Dangerous A Life Night on Our Call to Holiness About this Life Night This Life Night begins with a game of Reverse Tag that demonstrates how we can be singled out when we live for Christ. It relates to the Proclaim, which teaches the Martyrdom of St. Stephen and prepares the teens to withstand persecution through testimony sharing and remaining faithful in prayer. The Break gives the teens the opportunity to pray through, prepare, and share testimonies with each other. The Send introduces them to St. Patrick’s Breastplate, a prayer to live in the love of the Holy Trinity and live extraordinary lives. Goal of This Night The goal of Dangerous is for the teens to understand holiness as being set apart for God and dangerous to the status quo because it challenges mediocrity and inspires extraordinary living. Catechism # 2471 - 2473 Scripture John 15:1 -12 Acts : Hebrews 4:12 1 Peter 3:13 -17 Key Concepts • When we live in the love of God and reject worldly substitutes and counterfeits of love, we begin our journey of becoming holy. • Holiness means to be set apart for God. It is dangerous to the status quo because the presence of holy people challenges mediocrity and inspires extraordinary living. • St. Stephen’s holiness and witness to Christ challenged the status quo. Because of this, he was persecuted and killed. We are called to withstand persecution through testimony sharing and remaining faithful in prayer. Key Terms Holiness Persecution Martyrdom Testimony 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.