Who’s My Neighbor? Equality, Justice, & Dignity About this Life Night The Gather is a game of preference in which the teens are rewarded for their choices based on the preferences of one teen. The Proclaim walks through Scripture to challenge our tendency to divide into camps of “us” and “them.” The Break is a small group Scripture study that uses passages in which people break cultural boundaries to care for their neighbors. The Send is an interactive prayer that introduces the teens to men and women who fought for justice with the light of Christ. Prior to the Life Night series, be sure to implement the At the Table: Core Training as suggested in the introductory material under Core Preparation. The training packet can be found on the May 2019 Life Teen USB and online at lifeteen.com under Life Support: May 2019. Goal of This Night The goal of Who’s My Neighbor? is to present the teens with the Biblical foundations of the Catholic approach to issues of race, while highlighting examples of activists for racial justice. Catechism # 360 # 605 # 791 # 1396 # 1807 Scripture Genesis 4:8 -10 John 4:7 -15 Luke 10:25 -37 Galatians 3:27 -28 Key Concepts • The Law in the Old Testament called for respect toward foreigners and the “other.” • In the Gospels, we hear of Jesus crossing cultural lines that were often based on race and gender, even though this was deemed inappropriate. • The letters of St. Paul remind us that we should all advocate for a system of equality, regardless of ethnicity, class, or gender. 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.