Discipline and Disaster Virtue and Holiness About this Life Night This Life Night begins with a game that allows teenagers to get to know more about the Core Members that serve them, while introducing the idea of our universal call to holiness. The Proclaim sets up rotating sessions on each of the cardinal virtues during the Break. Teenagers learn that grace is nurtured in cooperation with God through virtue. They are challenged during the Send to remember their baptism and live virtuous lives that nurture the grace they received through that sacrament. Goal of This Night The goal of this Life Night is to provide youth with an overview of the theological and cardinal virtues, and an understanding of how both God’s grace and their actions contribute to their holiness. Teens will be challenged to be open to the grace available through prayer and the sacraments to help them live a holy and virtuous life. Catechism # 901 - 913 # 1803 - 18032 # 1996 - 2005 YouCat # 293 # 294 # 299 - 300 Scripture Wisdom 8:7 Matthew 5:6 Matthew 5:48 1 Corinthians 13:13 Philippians 4:8 Titus 2:11 -12 2 Peter 1:5 -8 Church Documents lumen-gentium 40 Key Concepts All people share in the “universal call to holiness” as the starting point of their vocation. The virtues help us to live a life of holiness, with the goal of heaven. Prayer and the Sacraments help and strengthen us in living a life of holiness and virtue. The theological virtues are gifts from God to help us become more closely united with the Trinity. The cardinal virtues are habits that we should seek to practice, in order to more closely follow God’s law. 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.