Clap Back Anger About this Life Night The Gather puts two pairs of teens in a head-to-head competition to see who can say a key word first. The Proclaim unpacks anger and how it can be used righteously with God’s grace. The Break helps the teens examine scenarios and decipher if the anger is expressed in an outburst or a righteous act. The Send is an artful examination of how the teens express their anger. Goal of This Night The goal of Clap Back is to challenge teens to lean into experiences of righteous anger and call upon the grace of God to avoid occasions where anger will lead to sin. Catechism # 391 # 395 Scripture Matthew 5:44 John 2:13 -17 Key Concepts • Anger is an automatic response to a perceived injustice or harm; the immediate experience of anger is a morally neutral emotion. • The devil uses anger as a moment of temptation to draw us toward rage, hatred, and outbursts that can cause physical, emotional, and spiritual harm to ourselves and others. • Jesus directed His anger toward what was good, and we are called to do the same, relying on God’s grace. 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.