Satisfied Taking Care of the Soul About This Life Night This Life Night begins with a fun Gather game that has teens blindly identifying objects in a box. The Proclaim explains what the soul is and the importance of caring for the soul through prayer, while weaving in the theme of seeking satisfaction in God alone. With Eucharistic Adoration and a Scripture reflection, the combined Break/Send helps teens dive into prayer and encourages them to leave behind finite happiness in favor of infinite joy. Goal of This Night The goal of Satisfied is to teach teens about the soul, encourage them to care for it through a deeper prayer life, and convict them that they will only be satisfied if they seek God above all else. Catechism # 363 # 366 # 2560 # 2567 # 2707 - 2708 # 2744 - 2745 Scripture Psalms 63:2 John 4:10 John 4:13 -14 Romans 12:12 1 Thessalonians 5:23 Key Concepts – Every human has an immortal soul, which makes up his or her innermost being and is the core of human consciousness and freedom. – Our soul yearns for God and God also yearns for us; this mutual desire draws us to a prayer life, a relationship with our God. – Persevering through the difficulties of prayer will give us insight into who we are and who God is, ultimately leading us to a more fulfilling and satisfying 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.