Black and Bleached Moral Relativism and the Role of Conscience About this Life Night This Life Night begins with a classic game, “Two Truths and a Lie,” which helps set up the Proclaim. The Proclaim will take a look at Truth and how teens are called to conform their lives to God’s Truth. When talking about Truth, we are naturally led to speaking about other key concepts such as freedom, morality, and responsibility. After the Proclaim, teens go into small groups for a discussion. After small groups, the Life Night closes the night with a guided meditation on John 18:37-38. Goal of This Night The goal of this Life Night is to get teens thinking about key concepts that are crucial to understanding the Church’s teaching in moral theology. This Life Night will challenge teens to recognize that Truth as an objective reality rather than something that is a matter of personal preference. Catechism # 1731 - 1734 # 1778 # 1949 - 1974 # 2465 # 2467 YouCat # 286 - 290 # 333 - 334 # 344 Scripture Proverbs 23:23 John 1:9 John 8:32 John 8:44 John 14:6 Romans 1:19 -20 Romans 1:25 Romans 2:12 -16 1 Peter 1:22 1 John 2:4 Church Documents veritas-splendor 1 veritas-splendor 35 veritas-splendor 40 veritas-splendor 80 salvific-doloris salvific-doloris Key Concepts God is the author of all truth. For this reason, we know that truth is not a subjective opinion, but the description of an objective reality. Truth never changes. Freedom is not about making a choice between good and evil; freedom is always about choosing the good. We must form our conscience so we can distinguish moral truth, which liberates us, from moral relativism, which can be dangerous to us. 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.