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Task 1 - Knowledge of the Faith
 
Faith Formation Standards for Knowledge of the Faith
Students explore, profess, and reflect on our Catholic faith, which is the content of God’s revelation found in Sacred Scripture and Sacred Tradition and lived out in the Creed and Church doctrine.
Revelation
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Sacred Scripture
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Salvation History
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Christology
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Trinity: Father; Son; and Holy Spirit
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The Creed: A Statement of Our Belief
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Task 2 - Liturgical Education
 
Faith Formation Standards for Liturgical Education
Students recognize the presence of Christ and enter into communion with Him through active, full, and conscious participation in the Liturgical celebrations and Sacraments of the Church.
The Eucharist: Who, How, When and Where the Mass is Celebrated
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Celebration of the Seven Sacraments
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Sacraments of Initiation
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Sacraments of Healing
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Sacraments at the Service of Communion
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Liturgical Calendar
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Liturgical Symbols & Sacramentals
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Divine Office/Liturgy of the Hours
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Liturgical Rites: Weddings; Funerals; and Blessings
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Task 3 - Moral Education
 
Faith Formation Standards for Moral Formation
Students develop a moral conscience that is informed by Church teachings and conformed to Christ, as modeled in a personal life of virtue, and demonstrated in service of the Gospel’s demands for society.
The Human Person
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Made In the Image of God-Foundation of Human Dignity
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Made for Happiness with God, Beatitudes
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Human Freedom & Conscience Formation
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Covenant & the Ten Commandments
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Virtues: Cardinal & Theological
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The Human Community
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Personal & Social Sin
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Catholic Social Teaching
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Task 4 - Learning to Pray
 
Faith Formation Standards for Learning to Pray
Students experience and engage in Catholic expressions of prayer to deepen their relationship with God and the Church.
The Universal Call to Prayer; Importance of Prayer
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Forms of Prayer-Blessing/Adoration; Petition; Intercession; Thanksgiving; and Praise
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Expressions of Prayer-Personal and Shared; Vocal; Singing; and Meditation
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Our Father-Summary of the Gospel
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Devotional Practices
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Task 5 - Education for Community Life
 
Faith Formation Standards for Community Life
Students study and participate in the life and mission of the Church-the Body of Christ and the community of believers-as expressed in the Church's origin, history, ecclesiology, the Communion of Saints, and their family, the Domestic Church
The Church in God's Plan-Church History
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Models of the Catholic Church
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People of God
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Body of Christ
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Temple of the Holy Spirit
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The Mystery and Marks of the Church
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Christ's Faithful-Hierarchy, Laity, and Consecrated Life
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Church Order: The Hierarchy and Magesterium/Infallibilty
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The Domestic Church
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The Universal Call to Holiness
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Vocation: Holy Matrimony; Priesthood; and Religious Life
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Communion of Saints
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Mary as Model of Church
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Task 6 - Missionary Discipleship and Service
 
Faith Formation Standards for Missionary Discipleship and Service
Students acquire and demonstrate skills to recognize their gifts and their vocation to share the Good News of Jesus Christ in word and deed in the world.
Baptismal Call & Discipleship
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Call to Stewardship and Service
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Call to Ecumenism, Interreligious Dialogue and the New Evangelization
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