Justice, Peace and Integrityof Creation (JPIC) Orientation                        Presented by:                     ARNEL ...
Our Process: SEE-JUDGE-ACT                                    1. Exposure/             JUDGE             JUDGE            ...
MACRO CONTEXT…  See: Challenge of the Modern World   See: Challenge of the Modern World “Aggiornamento”  “Aggiornamento”  ...
Workers of RenewalLay Faithful      Clergy    Religious     Other Communities of Renewal                           The Chr...
PCP II on Catholic Educational Institutions    (Part IV. D.8. Par# 622-646; Title XIII. Institutions. Sec. 2. Art. #s106-1...
Our Bases and MotivationGOSPEL: “…to bring the good news to the poor to proclaim liberty tocaptives and to the blind new s...
CEI MISSION &           THRUSTS  “…Reflecting on the mission entrusted to it by the Lord, the Church gradually develops it...
MODEL PAROCHIAL SCHOOL CIE STRUCTURE                           Center of Integral                           Center of Inte...
RELIGION as a World View…                                                           Witne                                 ...
SEE:             CIE-Academic Curriculum Integration                                                   BEC (Elementary)  ...
On Curriculum Integration…    “A Catholic school must be committed to   the development of a programme which will   overco...
Ideally…                                 Common                 Evangelization          CHURCH                 Pastoral   ...
SAMPLE: PACO CATHOLIC SCHOOL VMC           “…Church         • (Make) Excellent quality    evangelizing arm…         educat...
ACT: PCS-CCF                   Center for Christian                   Center for Christian                    Formation (C...
“What is JPIC?...”                        JUSTICE, PEACE and                                           JUSTICE, PEACE and ...
JUDGE: ON CATHOLIC EDUCATION & JPIC                Vatican IIs Decree on Christian Education                     Gravissim...
ACT: JPIC PROCESS in PM…                                            PASTORAL PLANNING                      PM             ...
“How Can We                            “How Can We                           Participate?...”                           Pa...
KEY ROLE OF TEACHERS IN         CATHOLIC SCHOOLS“…let teachers recognize that the Catholic school depends uponthem almost ...
“To summarize: The Lay Catholic educator is a person whoexercises a specific mission within the Church by living, in faith...
CATHOLIC EDUCATORS’ VOCATION“The vocation of every Catholic educator includes the work ofongoing social development: to fo...
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  • Note: “ See-Judge-Act” is the three vital elements and stages of the “Review of Life” or “ROL” developed by Joseph Cardinal Cardijn in the 1930s and still being used by the Young Christian Workers (YCW) now known as “Review of Life and Worker Action” (ROLWA). In the book published in 1980, “Social Analysis: Linking Faith and Justice,” authors Joe Holland and Peter Henriot S.J., discuss the principles of Christian justice as contained in the Scriptures and in Catholic social teaching, and how students might put those principals into action in the world around them. They call their approach, “the circle of faith-in-action,” to emphasize the relationship between faith and action in doing justice. The authors call their three steps Awareness, Analysis and Action. The Federation of Asian Bishop Conference (FABC) through the Bishop Institute for Social Action (BISA VII) formally endorsed the “Pastoral Cycle” as its methodology towards a liberative spirituality that expected to transform all social action into evangelization, pastoral renewal and the milieu of God experience. It was later refined and called “Pastoral Spiral” in order to emphasize the continuous deepening process involved.
  • MAPSA JPIC Orientation (ab galgo2006)

    1. 1. Justice, Peace and Integrityof Creation (JPIC) Orientation Presented by: ARNEL B. GALGO MAPSA-JPIC Committee
    2. 2. Our Process: SEE-JUDGE-ACT 1. Exposure/ JUDGE JUDGE Immersion Mt16:13-15 Mt16:13-15 2. Social Analysis 3. Reflection in Faith SEE SEEJn1:38-39 ACT ACT Jn1:38-39 4. Judging Lk9:23 Lk9:23 5. Pastoral Planning 6. Evaluation 7. New Situation ABG2007
    3. 3. MACRO CONTEXT… See: Challenge of the Modern World See: Challenge of the Modern World “Aggiornamento” “Aggiornamento” VATICAN II VATICAN II Vision: (1963-1965) (1963-1965) PCP II Church as a Community PCP II (1991) (1991) of Disciples centered in See: Philippines Situation Jesus Christ…A Church See: Philippines Situation of Participation, Communion, Mission and of the Poor Mission: Mission: Renewed Integral Evangelization Renewed Integral Evangelization Renewed Catechesis Renewed Social Apostolate Renewed Worship ABG2007
    4. 4. Workers of RenewalLay Faithful Clergy Religious Other Communities of Renewal The Christian Family, the Parish, Lay Ministers of the Word & of the Eucharist, Catholic Action and Traditional Church Association, Movements of Renewal, Catholic Hospital & Community-based Health Workers, Centers of Catholic Educational Institutions Formation, Catholic Educational Institutions, Catechesis, the Youth, and Practitioners of the Media of Social Communication “Catholic Educational Institutions are among themost necessary and potent means of evangelization” - PCPII #623 ABG2007
    5. 5. PCP II on Catholic Educational Institutions (Part IV. D.8. Par# 622-646; Title XIII. Institutions. Sec. 2. Art. #s106-108) Distinct from non-sectarian schools…share an integrated view Distinct from non-sectarian schools…share an integrated viewof the human person grounded in the person of Jesus Christ.of the human person grounded in the person of Jesus Christ. Distinct from other Christian schools…is equipped with an Distinct from other Christian schools…is equipped with anunderstanding of the dynamics of the Christian person as he/sheunderstanding of the dynamics of the Christian person as he/sheparticipates in the living tradition of the Catholic Church...participates in the living tradition of the Catholic Church... Distinct from the other works of evangelizations…offer a  Distinct from the other works of evangelizations…offer asystematic understanding of the link between faith and life. The systematic understanding of the link between faith and life. Theclassroom provides an opportunity to understand the person classroom provides an opportunity to understand the personthrough the prism of various academic fields, with faith as an through the prism of various academic fields, with faith as anintegrating factor. The school further provides the venue for integrating factor. The school further provides the venue forsystematic reflection of ones experiences of being evangelized by systematic reflection of ones experiences of being evangelized byothers, such as the family and parish. others, such as the family and parish. - -PCPII #s 623-625 PCPII #s 623-625 ABG2007
    6. 6. Our Bases and MotivationGOSPEL: “…to bring the good news to the poor to proclaim liberty tocaptives and to the blind new sight, to set the downtrodden free, to proclaim theLords year of favor.” Luke 4:18-19 “Jesus also said: I came that you may have LIFE, and have it inabundance.” John 10:10Catholic Social Teaching: “The task of evangelizing all peopleconstitutes the essential mission of the Church. Evangelizing is in factthe grace and vocation proper to the Church, her deepest identity. Sheexists in order to evangelize, that is to say, in order to preach and teach,to be the channel of the gift of grace, to reconcile sinners with God, andto perpetuate Christ’s sacrifice in the Mass.” Evangelii Nuntiandi #14 “The Church is bound as a mother to give to these children of hers aneducation by which their whole life can be imbued with the spirit of Christ andat the same time do all she can to promote for all peoples the completeperfection of the human person, the good of earthly society and the building ofa world that is more human.” Pope Paul VI, “Declaration on Christian Education”, 1965 ABG2007
    7. 7. CEI MISSION & THRUSTS “…Reflecting on the mission entrusted to it by the Lord, the Church gradually develops its pastoral instruments so that they may become ever more effective in proclaiming the Gospel and promoting total human formation. The Catholic school is one of these pastoral instruments; its specific pastoral service consists in mediating between faith and culture: being faithful to the newness of the Gospel…” – “The Religious Dimension of Education in a Catholic School” #31 Congregation For Catholic Education, Rome. 1988 1. Inspired by a Supernatural Vision 2. Founded on Christian AnthropologyCATHOLIC 3. Animated by Communion and Community IDENTITY 4. Imbued by a Catholic Worldview 4.1. Search for Wisdom and Truth 4.2. Faith, Culture and Life 5. Sustained by the Witness of Teaching ABG2007
    8. 8. MODEL PAROCHIAL SCHOOL CIE STRUCTURE Center of Integral Center of Integral Evangelization Evangelization Religious Religious Campus Campus Pastoral Pastoral Education Education Ministry Ministry Ministry Ministry (RE.ED) (RE.ED) (CM) (CM) (PM) (PM) Students Staff Parents Alumni (Admin/Faculty/ Outside Non-Teaching/ Communities Maintenance) • Drawn from Msgr. M. Gabriel’s CIE Concept Paper entitled, “Religious Education in the Light of Integral Evangelization” ABG2007
    9. 9. RELIGION as a World View… Witne g n cin rie ssing pe Ex N IGIO GOD REL Knowing Self RE Others World CM PM• Framework Integrating CIE and Concentric Relational Stages CIE A.B. Galgo, 2006 RELIGION as a Subject ABG2007
    10. 10. SEE:  CIE-Academic Curriculum Integration BEC (Elementary) Center of Integral Evangelization (CIE) Filipino English Science Mathematics Religious Campus Pastoral Education Ministry Ministry MAKABAYAN (AP,SK/HKS/,MSEP/GMRC) CIE Components Integration  Academic Curriculum Integration Parochia PARISH l Schools  Parish – Parochial School Integration ABG2007
    11. 11. On Curriculum Integration… “A Catholic school must be committed to the development of a programme which will overcome the problems of a fragmented and insufficient curriculum. Teachers dealing with areas (subject)… all (of which) have the opportunity to present a complete picture of the human person, including the religious dimension.” - “The Religious Dimension of Education…” #55 Congregation For Catholic Education Rome, 1988 ABG2007
    12. 12. Ideally… Common Evangelization CHURCH Pastoral Personal Conversion Social Transformation Direction Catholic Schools“The complexity of the modern world makes it all the more necessary to increase awareness of the ecclesial identity of the Catholic school...(as it) participates in the evangelizing mission of the Church and is the privileged environment in which Christian education is carried out.” - The Catholic School on the Threshold of the Third Millennium #11 Congregation for Catholic Education Rome, 1997 ABG2007
    13. 13. SAMPLE: PACO CATHOLIC SCHOOL VMC “…Church • (Make) Excellent quality evangelizing arm… education… Gospel • Quality & institution of learning values integrated Excellence & formation, offering • (Nurture) Community of quality Catholic service & genuine • Christian Education… concern for the poor Leadership students are total • (Provide) Opportunities • Justice & persons sensitive to & tools for holistic Peace the plight of the poor development for local & responsive to the effectiveness & global • Service needs of the dynamic competitiveness • (Establish) linkages with • Purity & Philippine society & global the home & community Simplicity of challenges.” to sustain efficient & Lifestyle responsible stewardship • Solidarity PCS of God’s creation    ABG2007
    14. 14. ACT: PCS-CCF Center for Christian Center for Christian Formation (CCF) Formation (CCF) J P I C Religious Religious Campus Campus Pastoral Pastoral Family & Family & Education Education Ministry Ministry Ministry Ministry Life Life (RE.ED) (RE.ED) (CM) (CM) (PM) (PM) Exposure/ Exposure/ Socio-Pastoral Socio-Pastoral Outreach Outreach Immersion Immersion Ed/Formation Ed/Formation Projects Projects “ Where is JPIC?...” ABG2007
    15. 15. “What is JPIC?...” JUSTICE, PEACE and JUSTICE, PEACE and INTEGRITY of CREATION INTEGRITY of CREATION SEE: Using EPCE Economics Political New Sit Cultural Ecological New Sit • Wealth • Power • Values & • Natural SEE SEE distribution distribution Traditions Resources • GNP & GDP JUDGE JUDGE • Government; • Population • Religion • Purchasing Political Parties/ • Food • Education Power/ Inflation Organizations; • Waste Rate ACT Political • Culture ACT Management Spectrum • Prices • POs & Sectoral • Income Organizations • Electoral System • Human Rights Issues ABG2007
    16. 16. JUDGE: ON CATHOLIC EDUCATION & JPIC Vatican IIs Decree on Christian Education Gravissimum Educationis (1965) Five Major Documents Published by the Congregation for Catholic Education (Rome): • The Catholic School (1977) • Lay Catholics in Schools: Witnesses to Faith (1982) • The Religious Dimension of Education in a Catholic School (1988) • The Catholic School on the Threshold of the Third Millennium (1997) • Consecrated Persons and their Mission in Schools: Reflections and Guidelines (2002). “Action on behalf of justice and participation in the transformation…a constitutive dimension of the preaching of the Gospel, or, in other words, of the Churchs mission for the redemption of the human race and its liberation from every oppressive situation.” - Justice in the World #5 ABG2007
    17. 17. ACT: JPIC PROCESS in PM… PASTORAL PLANNING PM INVOLVEMENT & INTERVENTIONS (Projects/Programs) W h a t is “ P o v e rt y ” ? “ Ju st ic e ” ? SOCIO-PASTORAL EDUCATION EXPOSURE / (Reflections/Seminars/ IMMERSION Fora/Symposia/Dialogs) ABG2007
    18. 18. “How Can We “How Can We Participate?...” Participate?...” to nd Listen 1. At tend a . O rie ntation Co ordina te Initi ate or or Inte - r- st, pt 2. Reque ro up/De /Subject Indiv idual/G ass/Level /Cl Dep t/Club or xp osures b ased E s. n mersio M Im aci litate P d o r Co-F uation an 3. Attend ing, Eval s. Proc ess g S ession P lannin Action Ex isting PM “Teka, why do I have to ipa tion to nate Newlyparticipate pala?…kasama 4. Partic di r Coor ts or t o ba yan sa job description Projec d Proj ec ize Organ s. ko?…saka dami ko pa check na papel, e!” ivitie A c tABG2007 nd h aring a te to S
    19. 19. KEY ROLE OF TEACHERS IN CATHOLIC SCHOOLS“…let teachers recognize that the Catholic school depends uponthem almost entirely for the accomplishment of its goals andprograms. They should therefore be very carefully prepared sothat both in secular and religious knowledge they are equippedwith suitable qualifications and also with a pedagogical skill thatis in keeping with the findings of the contemporary world.Intimately linked in charity to one another and to their studentsand endowed with an apostolic spirit, may teachers by their lifeas much as by their instruction bear witness to Christ, theunique Teacher.” - “Declaration on Christian Education” (Gravissimum Educationis) #8 Pope Paul VI, 1965 ABG2007
    20. 20. “To summarize: The Lay Catholic educator is a person whoexercises a specific mission within the Church by living, in faith, asecular vocation in the communitarian structure of the school:with the best possible professional qualifications, with anapostolic intention inspired by faith, for the integral formation ofthe human person, in a communication of culture, in an exercise ofthat pedagogy which will give emphasis to direct and personalcontact with students, giving spiritual inspiration to theeducational community of which he or she is a member, as well asto all the different persons related to the educational community.To this lay person, as a member of this community, the family andthe Church entrust the schools educational endeavour. Layteachers must be profoundly convinced that they share in thesanctifying, and therefore educational mission of the Church; theycannot regard themselves as cut off from the ecclesial complex.” - “Lay Catholics in School: Witnesses to Faith” #24 Congregation for Catholic Education Rome, 1997 ABG2007
    21. 21. CATHOLIC EDUCATORS’ VOCATION“The vocation of every Catholic educator includes the work ofongoing social development: to form men and women who will beready to take their place in society, preparing them in such a waythat they will make the kind of social commitment which will enablethem to work for the improvement of social structures, makingthese structures more conformed to the principles of the Gospel…” - “Lay Catholics in School: Witnesses to Faith” #24 Congregation for Catholic Education, Rome. 1997. JUSTICE, PEACE and INTEGRITY JUSTICE, PEACE and INTEGRITY of CREATION is a WAY of LIFE! of CREATION is a WAY of LIFE! "Modern man listens more willingly towitnesses than to teachers, and if he does listen to teachers, it is because they are witnesses." (Pope Paul VI) ABG2007

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