÷ (Divide) A Life Night on the Human Person as Body and Soul About this Night The Gather sets the tone for the Life Night with a small group discussion on compassion. The Proclaim explores the importance of understanding that our sexual identity and biological sex are intrinsic to one another. The Break and Send are combined for a time of Eucharistic Adoration, during which the teens contemplate how they reflect God’s ability to create, cultivate, and protect. Goal of This Night The goal of ÷ (Divide) is to explain what it means to be both body and soul as a man and a woman. It will also help the teens understand the struggle people face when they do not identify with their biological sex. Catechism # 365 # 371 - 372 # 2332 - 2335 Scripture Genesis 1:28 Genesis 2:7 Genesis 2:18 -24 Key Concepts • We are a body and soul composite, meaning our bodies and biological sex reveal the sexual identity of our soul. • We are created to love, which is expressed in a particular and complementary way by men and women. • God creates, cultivates, and protects; men and women uniquely reflect these attributes of God in their masculinity and femininity. Key Terms: Compassion Femininity Gender Masculinity End of Free Preview Thanks for reviewing this Life Night! If you would like the full version of this resource please sign in. If you are signed in and still can't download this resource, please contact parish support in the chat below.