Pray the Vote Faithful Citizenship About this Life Night As the elections get closer, it is important that teens know they have a role in public life starting now, not just when they reach voting age. This night begins with a mock debate and election of a teen representative to the Core. Two teens will debate why they would make the best representative. The rest of the group will have an opportunity to cast their votes and decide. The teaching focuses on the need to be involved in public life as well as looks at four central issues that faithful Catholic citizens should be especially involved with: dignity of the human person, dignity of family life, social justice, and solidarity. After the teaching, the teens will break up into small groups to discuss faith and its involvement in public life. The night will close with a time or prayer for those involved in public life and central issues our world is facing today. Goal of This Night Catechism # 1928 - 1942 # 2443 - 2449 Scripture Matthew 6:24 -34 Matthew 25:31 -46 Philippians 2:6 -11 James 2:14 -17 Key Concepts 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.