Title: ECHOES OF FAITH PLUS: THEOLOGY SET - 2: CATHOLIC MORALITY
Description:
Echoes of Faith Plus is a basic level video-assisted resource for the formation and enrichment of catechists in parishes and Catholic schools Echoes of Faith Plus is made up of a series of modules divided into three categories: The Catechist, Methodology and Theology. The main components of each module are a DVD, a companion booklet and a CD-ROM that feratures compressed files that offer a way to review the basic video content of the four segments on a computer.. The DVD includes a four-segment video process related to the module content plus two expert interviews. The Companion Booklet anchors the Echoes process. The CD-ROM features compressed files that offer a way to review the basic video content of the four segments. This module should take approximately four hours to process. This module deals with the topic of morality. Morality deals with how we are to live as Christians. We seek this understanding in and through Jesus, who describes himself as "the way, the truth, and the life". The goal of this module is to explore the foundations of Catholic morality and the practice of the moral life. Each of the four segments in this module is divided into two parts. Here is an overview of the topics that each segment of the booklet and DVD will explore: Segment 1 - Foundations of the Moral Life a) What is Morlaity? and b) What is Virtue (17 min.) Segment 2 - Objective andr Subjective Morality a) What is Objective Morality? and b) What is Subjective Morality? (19 min.) Segment 3 - The Morality of Human Actuons a) What Make an Action Moral? and b) What is Sin? ( 16 min.) Segment 4 - Conscience and God's Law a) What is Conscience? and b) Why are there Commandments? (19 min.) Intereview: Rev. Bryan Massinggale, Interview: William Mattison. The structure found in the six page booklet is Introduction, Presentation, Reflection and Application.
Media ID: 61099
Length: 107 Min.
Publisher: Resources For Christian Living
Level: A

Grade Levels: EC=Early Childhood; P=Primary; I=Intermediate; JH=Junior High; SH=Senior High; A=Adult