THIS SESSION WILL COVER: • The God who is Love—the mystery of the Holy Trinity • Why God made us, and the relationship He wants to have with us • How faith is our response to God’s invitation • How to live our relationship with God: three practical tips for prayer.
THIS SESSION WILL COVER: • Divine Revelation: why and how God reveals himself to us • Jesus as the fulfillment of God’s revelation • The transmission of Divine Revelation through Sacred Scripture and Sacred Tradition • The Magisterium as the authoritative interpreter of Scripture and Tradition.
View Part 2 only - only up to Call to Conversion (First 17 Min)
THIS SESSION WILL COVER: • The Bible as God’s loving communication with each of us • What we mean when we say the Bible is inspired by the Holy Spirit • The Catholic approach to interpreting Scripture correctly • How the Church discerns which books are part of the Bible (the canon of Scripture) • How we can know with confidence that the Bible contains God’s revelation for our lives • How to start studying the Bible and praying with God’s Word.
View Part 1 and Part 2 only up to Call to Conversion (13 min)
THIS SESSION WILL COVER: • The three major parts in the story of salvation: Creation, Fall, and Redemption • How originally we were united with God and experienced harmony within the human family • How sin broke our unity and left us with an inclination toward sin, called concupiscence • How Jesus came to restore us to the Father, but also to establish the Catholic Church to gather the broken family of humanity into the united family of God.
7. Symbolon - Living the Faith onFORMED Session 1: Confirmation
View Part 2: Mins 2:00 - 5:05 & 13:00 to 18:20
THIS SESSION WILL COVER:• What is a sacrament? • The different kinds of sacraments • How the sacraments are a key part to the Christian life • The significance of Confirmation and its relationship to Baptism.
THIS SESSION WILL COVER:• The Eucharist as Real Presence—what it means and why it is central to the Catholic faith • Why Jesus couldn’t have been speaking metaphorically when he said to eat his body and drink his blood • The Eucharist as Sacrifice—how the sacrifice of the Mass makes present Christ’s sacrifice on the Cross, and how knowing this makes a crucial difference for our participation in the Mass • The Eucharist as Communion—how Jesus longs for us to receive him in Holy Communion • How Christ’s Eucharistic presence remains with us in the tabernacles in our Catholic churches, where the consecrated hosts are kept.
THIS SESSION WILL COVER:• Why Penance is such an important part of Catholic faith • Why we confess our sins to a priest • A step-by-step guide to reception of the sacrament • The benefi ts and graces of frequent Confession.