Religion or Freedom A Life Night on Organized Religion About this Life Night This Life Night begins with small groups discussing the driving question: “Why is organized religion important?” The Proclaim looks at our need for the Church and the freedom found within the structure of the Church. The Break challenges small groups to work together to make their way through an invisible maze with a Core Member’s help and guidance. Finally, the Send encourages teens to think about the tools Christ has given them through the Church to achieve holiness and asks the teens to write down one tool they plan to use more often as they continue grow in faith. Goal of This Night The goal of Religion or Freedom is to reveal the need for religion and the tendency toward religious practice each person has and foster confidence in the Catholic Church as the one church established by Jesus. Catechism # 28 # 771 # 816 # 874 Scripture Matthew 7:24 -47 Matthew 16:15 -19 Colossians 1:17 -20 Key Concepts • The human person has a natural need for structure and religious practice. • Our tendency toward sin can make it difficult to choose what is good and right. • God established the Catholic Church through Jesus to guide us, strengthen us, and give us abundant life. 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.