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Lesson #2 Sacraments of Initiation, Part II Eucharist

Lesson #2 Sacraments of Initiation, Part II Eucharist. Adult Confirmation: Immediate Preparation (Spring 2014). Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston. Opening Prayer (Luke 22:7-20). Engage/ Abordar.

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Lesson #2 Sacraments of Initiation, Part II Eucharist

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  1. Lesson #2 Sacraments of Initiation, Part IIEucharist Adult Confirmation: Immediate Preparation (Spring 2014) Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston

  2. Opening Prayer(Luke 22:7-20)

  3. Engage/Abordar Recalling our last lesson, why do you think Baptism and Confirmation are two required sacraments for full initiation into the Catholic Church?

  4. Essential Question(s) …for the last lesson, this lesson, and for lifelong faith formation • Why does the Church consider Baptism, Confirmation, and Eucharist as the three sacraments needed for “initiation”? • As fully initiated Catholics, what do God and the Church expect of us?

  5. Explore/Investigar: Think/Group/Share: In your journal, list as many words or phrases that come to mind when you hear the word “Eucharist”?

  6. Explain/Explicar

  7. Explain/Explicar Small Group Activity #2: Read ONE of the following topics, discuss it with your group, and be prepared to summarize it to the whole class. • “The Mass is a Sacrifice” (USCCA, pp.220-222) • “The Mass is a Holy Meal.” (USCCA, pp.222-223) • “The Real Presence of Christ” (USCCA, pp.223-224)

  8. Connect/Conectar… …to the Rite of Confirmation: The celebration of Confirmation during the Eucharist helps underline the unity of the Sacraments of Christian initiation. (CCC#1321) …to the Eucharistic liturgy: If Confirmation consecrates us for mission, where in the Mass are we given a similar charge?

  9. Extend & Enrich/ Extension y Enriquecimiento • “Guidelines for the Reception of Communion” (USCCA, pp.231-232) • “The Mass for the Roman Rite” (USCCA,pp.217-220)

  10. Evaluate/Evaluar Exit Slip: We as Catholics refer to Eucharist as the source and summit of Christian life. What does this statement mean to you?

  11. Self-Reflect/ Autorreflexion • What new ah-ha do you now have about the Sacraments of Initiation, especially Eucharist? • What do the sacraments say about our universal Church? • What new insights about Jesus and the Paschal Mystery (Suffering, Death, Resurrection &Ascension)do you now have?

  12. Personal Commitment to Action/ CompromisoPersonal a la Acción After today’s lesson, what connections exist between Eucharist and your daily life? Think of one way and commit to that action this week.

  13. Further Reading/LecturasAdicionales • United States Catholic Catechism for Adults, Chapters 15-17, pp. 181-232. • Compendium: Catechism of the Catholic Church, #251 - #294. • Catechism of the Catholic Church, Part II, “The Celebration of the Christian Mystery,” #1210 - #1421.

  14. For our next lesson [#3],“Prayer and the Spiritual Life,”… Read USCCA: • “God Calls Us to Pray,” Chapter 35, pp.461-480; • “Jesus Taught Us to Pray,” Chapter 36, pp.481-495.

  15. Closing Prayer(Psalm 63:2-9)

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