Title: GRACE
What is Grace? What is its purpose? How do we receive it? Who can receive it? Are there different types of Grace? Are there mistaken or erroneous teaching about grace? How does modern research help us understand the idea of grace? This films answers these and other questions about grace. In Christian theology, the various names and types of grace shaere one key idea: a second birth into a new and holy life, like a seed in the ground that grows into a plan and bears fruit. In this new life of grace, a human being participates in the life of God, becoming an adopted child of God, Addressing God personally and calling God “Father.” St. Augustine, as a young man in the Roman Empire, speculated about the existence and nature of divinity. Only after his conversion into a life of grace, however, did he speak to God in a personal, passionate, and intimate terms, “Late have I loved you, O beauty so ancient and so new; late have I loved you!” Presented by Fr. Marcus Holden and Fr. Andrew Pinsent. 33 minutes. Themes: Grace
Media ID: 62482
Length: 33:00
Publisher: Ignatius Press
Level: JH-A

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