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A moral being
A moral being
A moral being
A moral being
A moral being
A moral being
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A moral being
A moral being
A moral being
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A moral being
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  • 1. A Moral Being
  • 2. Mt. 25: 31- 46- The Last Judgment
  • 3. “I assure you, as often as you did it for one for one of Myleast brothers, you did it for Me.”
  • 4. “I assure you, as often as you neglected to do it for one ofthese least ones, you neglected to do it for me.”
  • 5. “The cup in your cupboards are not yours, they are for the poor. Theslippers and clothes not used are not yours, they are the poor’s.”- St. Basil the Great
  • 6. Human beings having been created with intellect and aconscience are moral beings.
  • 7. All people will be judgedaccording to the moral deeds they have done during their earthly life.
  • 8. Jesus teaches that the only condition for entry to God’sKingdom is action on behalf ofthose most deprived of human dignity.
  • 9. Our final destination willdepend on the kind of life we have lived on earth.
  • 10. Conscience- The proximate rule of moral action- Resides in the mind and proposes to the will the morality of a given course of action.
  • 11. ConscienceDictate ofConscience - Apractical judgment of reasonconcerning whether an action orattitude is good or sinful, right orwrong, moral or immoral.
  • 12. ConscienceDictate ofConscience - Apractical judgment of reasonconcerning whether an action orattitude is good or sinful, right orwrong, moral or immoral.
  • 13. 2 Key Principles in Making a Moral Decision1. Form our conscience properly. 2. Follow our conscience.
  • 14. 1. Why is it important to form our conscience properly?
  • 15. 1. How do we form our conscience?
  • 16. LOVE is the commondenominator to the formation of proper conscience and following the dictates of conscience.
  • 17. It is not enough that we KNOW what ought to be done. We have to DO what ought to be done.
  • 18. CPA MethodC- Consciousne ss of what ought to be doneP- Processing of how it should be done
  • 19. As we grow old, we will make decisions. What would help usto make right decision- making easier?
  • 20. Right Decision- Making
  • 21. Virtues
  • 22. ActivityThere are guides to follow Jesus so we can make the right decisions and live as moral beings. From the examples given on the book, make a short skit and present to the class. Pages 29- 30 (Tuesday- presentation)

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