Memento Mori A Life Night on Death and Judgment About this Life Night This Life Night begins with a Gather activity in which teens create their own “memento mori” artwork using dirt paint. The Proclaim reflects on our strained relationship with time, which ends in death and a particular judgment. The Break gives teens time to create a bucket list geared toward a life with Christ. The Send is a prayer for a happy death. Goal of This Night The goal of Memento Mori is to acknowledge the reality of death and judgment as a consequence of original sin but instill joy and hope in Jesus as our loving and merciful judge. Catechism # 1008 # 1010 # 1022 # 1036 Scripture Genesis 2:16 -17 Hebrews 9:27 2 Timothy 1:9 -10 Key Concepts • Jesus conquers the evil of death through His own death and Resurrection, giving us hope for eternal life. • In Baptism, we die sacramentally with Jesus and are given the opportunity for new life in Him — physical death completes this process. • Immediately after death, each person faces a particular judgment before Jesus; the result of our judgment — heaven, hell, or purgatory — is determined by faith in Him and the actions we have taken to live out our faith. 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.