Lap 3: Ideal, Reality, and Bridge to Holiness

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1 Jesus Christ s Mission Continues in the Church (Church History) Mrs. Swartstrom, Theology Lap 3: Ideal, Reality, and Bridge to Holiness Essential Questions: Isn t the Church being hypocritical in telling other people to be holy and avoid sin when many Catholics, including the clergy, are guilty of terrible wrongs? (Bishop s Framework, VI. B) Late Assignments: All assignments are due by the last of LAP 4 for partial credit. Please take note of the assignments stating No NLP available. This means that the student may not use her NLP for that assignment because it is essential for class discussion. Therefore, failure to complete the assignment on time would result in a loss of credit. See the Incarnate Word grading policy for details. Retakes/Redos: Students scoring a 64% or below must on a summative assignment must REDO the assignment. Students will have until the following Fri (from receiving the REDO grade) to complete the REDO. (Again, see the Incarnate Word grading policy for details.) Overview: In this LAP, students will learn about some key issues and events in the Church s history, primarily the Crusades, Inquisition, Avignon Papacy, Protestant Reformation and the Counter-Reformation. Students, then, will see both the damage and the renewal that occurred as a result. Students will also learn more about the hierarchy of the Church and the various vocations within it. Rationale: There are events in the Church s history that have often led people to look unfavorably towards the Church, particularly the Crusades and the Inquisition. Students, therefore, need to know the history of these events and how the Church has grown as a result. Learning Goals: By completing this LAP, students can 1. Recognize the Church s mission of evangelization, sanctification, and governance. 2. Recall major events in the Church s history and their influence on the future of the Church, including the Crusades, Inquisition, Avignon Papacy, and Protestant Reformation. 3. Discuss how the Church is holy despite events and leaders that were unholy. 4. Describe the various vocations within the structure of the Church. Summative Assessment: You may choose ONE of the following options to complete your Summative Assessment: Test, Written Report, or Oral Interview. Total Points: 60 (Note: If you have to REDO the assessment, you must choose a different option.)

2 Test A test may act as the summative assessment for this LAP. The test will include multiple choice, fill in the blank, short answer, and essay questions. However, it will not be organized by type of question. Rather, the test will be arranged by the material and learning goals. For example, there could be a section of four multiple choice, one fill in the blank, and two short answer questions all relating to Pentecost, as opposed to one section for all multiple choice questions combining a variety of information. The reasoning is that both the student and the teacher will be able to clearly see what material is understood best by the student and, perhaps, the sections that the student may need to revisit. There will be three sections on this test. Students should use the Learning Goals (above), the daily lesson goals (in the agenda below), previous quizzes, and both classwork and homework to complete a study guide and review for the test. The Test will be in the Testing Center from: Waves: Tues, )- Thurs, ) Ships: Tues, )- Thurs, ) Harbor: Wednes, )- Fri, ) Anchors: Wednes, )- Fri, ) OR Written Report In this LAP, students have been discussing the ideal, reality, and bridge in the Church s mission. For this summative assignment, students should write a minimum of a 4 page paper (12 point, Times New Roman font, double spaced, MLA heading and spacing, on to the 5th page) addressing the essential question: Isn t the Church being hypocritical in telling other people to be holy and avoid sin when many Catholics, including the clergy, are guilty of terrible wrongs? In doing so, Assignment Must Be Completed and Turned In On or Before: Waves: Tues, )- Thurs,

3 students will need to discuss each of the four learning goals with their additional points (see the study guide- all points should be addressed ) and how they serve as examples of either the ideal, bridge, or reality. Note that the paper should flow and focus on the thesis. Sample Outline: I. Introduce LAP and Thesis Statement addressing the essential question. II. Discuss the essential question III. What is the Church s Mission? A. Evangelization, Sanctification, Governance, inculturation B. Why is this the ideal? IV. The Reality is the ideal doesn t always take place (Discuss each event) A. Crusades B. Inquisition C. Avignon Papacy and Anti Popes D. Protestant Reformation E. Impact of all of these events- how does this reality impact the Church and the faith of believers V. Is the Church still holy within this reality? A. Grace B. Magisterium C. Infallibility and Indefectibility VI. How do we bridge between the reality and the ideal? Authentic vocations A. Discuss roles of various vocations and how they would lead us back to the Ideal VII. Recap the essential question and conclude ) Ships: Tues, )- Thurs, ) Harbor: Wednes, )- Fri, ) Anchors: Wednes, )- Fri, ) OR Oral Interview Schedule a time to meet with Mrs. Swartstrom one-on-one to be interviewed about your learning. In this interview, Mrs. Swartstrom will ask you three of the following six questions. You will need to discuss each question with at least 3 pieces of supporting evidence. Each answer needs to directly answer the question and be thorough in your understanding. Mrs. Swartstrom may ask you additional questions Assignment Must Be Completed and Turned In On or Before: Waves: Tues,

4 to clarify some of your answers. You will not be able to use notes in your interview. Note: Some of these interviews will take place before or after school for students who do not have compatible Open Lab times. Make sure that you are present for your time and ready to go. If you are not, you will receive an incomplete. The questions (20 points each): 1. Isn t the Church being hypocritical in telling other people to be holy and to avoid sin when many Catholics, including the clergy, are guilty of terrible wrongs? 2. What is the Church s mission and how has she lived this both in the past and still to? 3. Were the Crusades just? What can we learn from the Crusades? 4. What led to and resulted from the Protestant Reformation? How did the Church respond? How does this impact us still to? 5. How is the Church still holy when there are leaders and events that are so unholy? 6. What are the various vocations and roles in the Church? How do they bridge the Church to the ideal of Her mission? )- Thurs, ) Ships: Tues, )- Thurs, ) Harbor: Wednes, )- Fri, ) Anchors: Wednes, )- Fri, ) Open Lab: Study Guides In order to complete each of the Summative assessments, students must work through the study guide and all of its parts. Therefore, for Open Lab, students should work on the study guide and show Mrs. Swartstrom when they have it completed. This will count as a completion grade. Assignment Must Be Completed and Turned In On or Before: Waves: Thurs, November 16, A Ships: Fri, Harbor: Fri,

5 Anchors: Fri, Enrichment (Optional): Vocations In this LAP, we have been talking about various religious vocations and the structure of the Church. Make an appointment with a religious brother, sister, or a priest to learn more about their particular experience in religious life. Questions may include, but are not limited to, the following questions: 1. Why did you become a priest, sister, or brother? 2. When and how did you receive your call to become a priest, sister, or brother? 3. What attracted you to your order? 4. What do you like about this lifestyle? 5. What advice would you give to a young person who is considering religious life? 6. What is a typical like for you? 7. What role do you play in your community? 8. What are your hobbies and interests? 9. Do you ever get lonely? Do you wish you could be married and have children? 10. What is one thing you dream of doing some? 11. What is something that you wish other people knew about your life? Assignment Must Be Completed and Turned In On or Before: Waves: Thurs, November 16, A Ships: Fri, Harbor: Fri, Anchors: Fri, During your interview, take notes on the person s answers and get a selfie with them before you leave. After the interview, compile your notes into a reflection paper discussing your experience with the person and what you learned. Write about things that stood out to you about your conversation, what you

6 found interesting, and even what you admire about this person. Be sure to include the selfie with them. Papers should be 2 full pages (on to the third page), 12 point, Times New Roman font, and double spaced with a formal MLA heading. OR Facebook As Christians, we believe that in every moment of sorrow and despair, God is with us. In this LAP, students have seen many instances of sadness within the Church s history, however, in those times there were also wonderful saints that shared the love of God with their communities. 1. Choose one of the following saints. a. St. Catherine of Siena b. St. Francis of Assis c. St. Anselm of Canterbury d. St. Bernard of Clairvoux e. St. Dominic Guzman f. St. Bonaventure g. St. Thomas Aquinas h. St. Julian of Norwich i. St. Thomas More j. St. Ignatius of Loyola k. St. Teresa of Avila l. St. Francis de Sales m. St. John of the Cross n. St. Jeanne de Chantal 2. Then, after researching this saint, create a facebook page for that person. The facebook page should resemble modern facebook and include: a. A Profile Picture b. Cover Photo c. The About Me Section d. Photos i. At least 3 photos of the saint ii. At least 5 photos that the saint could have taken/painted that reflect his/her community and major world or Church events in his/her lifetime Assignment Must Be Completed and Turned In On or Before: Waves: Thurs, November 16, A Ships: Fri, Harbor: Fri, Anchors: Fri,

7 iii. Each photo should have a description e. Life Events- events from the saint s life (at least 6) f. Friends (should resemble the people alive during his/her time) g. At least 5 posts (with comments) on the Wall i. At least 2 posts should be a direct quote from that Saint ii. At least 2 posts should talk about the situation of the world and/or the Church during his/her lifetime AND how the saint did or would have responded to it iii. Comments should reflect how people responded to the saint during his/her time AND how the saint impacted the people in his/her time Facebook pages should be professional and colorful reflecting a depth of research and understanding about the saint and his/her time period. How this is created is open to student creativity. It can be on posterboard, multiple sheets of paper, or video. No keynotes or powerpoint slides. If you have another idea, see Mrs. Swartstrom from approval. Calendar of Events: Note: Students should always take notes on assigned readings as reference for quizzes and class discussion. Due at the Start of Class: Nothing Agenda and Assignments To s Goal: To recognize the Church s mission of evangelization, sanctification, and governance. (The Ideal ) Additionally: Inculturation Assignment for Next Time: Recap your notes from both of your previous readings in The Compact History of the Catholic Church, Schreck. Then, watch the following video: Dates Class #1 Waves: Wednes, November 1, A Ships: Thurs, November 2, B Harbor: Thurs, November 2, B Anchors: Thurs,

8 November 2, B Due at the Start of Class: Recap your notes from both of your previous readings in The Compact History of the Catholic Church, Schreck. Then, watch the following video: To s Goal: To analyze the Crusades and their implications by examining the historical situation along with Just War Theory. (The Reality ) To explore how the Inquisition, Avignon Papacy, and Anti-Popes contributed to the Protestant Reformation by examining Martin Luther s 95 Theses. (The Reality ) Class #2 Waves: Fri, November 3, C Ships: Fri, November 3, C Harbor: Tues, November 7, D Anchors: Tues, November 7, D Assignment for Next Time: Choose two of the 95 theses that best exemplify the reality of the Church at the time of the Protestant reformation. For each, write one paragraph explaining the reality described in the thesis. Then, discuss what the ideal of the Church is (not what Martin Luther suggested, but what the teaching of the Church really is). Then, explain how you would work to bridge the reality of the time to the ideal of the Church. What would you do? Due at the Start of Class: Choose two of the 95 theses that best exemplify the reality of the Church at the time of the Protestant reformation. For each, write one paragraph explaining the reality described in the thesis. Then, discuss what the ideal of the Church is (not what Martin Luther suggested, but what the teaching of the Church really is). Then, explain how you would work to bridge the reality of the time to the ideal of the Church. What would you do? To s Goal: (Continue previous goal). To learn about the Church s response in the Counter-Reformation. (The Reality ) Assignment for Next Time: Read paragraphs in The Catechism of the Catholic Church. Write a one-two sentence summary of each paragraph in your own words. Read articles in The Church: Christ in the World To (pages ). Class #3 Waves: Thurs, November 9, F Ships: Wednes, November 8, E Harbor: Wednes, November 8, E Anchors: Wednes, November 8, E Due at the Start of Class: Read paragraphs in The Catechism Class #4

9 of the Catholic Church. Write a one-two sentence summary of each paragraph in your own words. Read articles in The Church: Christ in the World To (pages ). To s Goal: To examine how the Church is still holy despite events and leaders that were so unholy. (The Bridge ) Additionally: Magisterium, Indefectibility, Infallibility Assignment for Next Time: Read Roles in the Catholic Church in The Catholic Faith Handbook (pages ). Answers the second bullet point under the For Further Reflection on page 122 in a paragraph for each question. Waves: Mon, November 13, H Ships: Mon, November 13, H Harbor: Fri, November 10, G Anchors: Fri, November 10, G Due at the Start of Class: Read Roles in the Catholic Church in The Catholic Faith Handbook (pages ). Answers the second bullet point under the For Further Reflection on page 122 in a paragraph for each question. To s Goal: To describe the various vocations within the structure of the Church. (The Bridge ) Assignment for Next Time: Open Lab and Enrichment. Class #5 Waves: Tues, November 14, J Ships: Wednes, November 15, K Harbor: Tues, November 14, J Anchors: Tues, November 14, J Due at the Start of Class: Open Lab and Enrichment To s Goal: (Continue the goal from the previous class.) Assignment for Next Time: Nothing, study. Class #6 Waves: Thurs, November 16, A Ships: Fri,

10 Harbor: Fri, Anchors: Fri, Due at the Start of Class: Nothing, study. To s Goal: Review Assignment for Next Time: Complete Summative Assessment Class #7 Waves: Mon, November 27, C Ships: Mon, November 27, C Harbor: Tues, November 28, D Anchors: Tues, November 28, D Up next: The Church in the Modern World

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