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  1. 1. YOUR HEADLINE HERE
  2. 2. ARTICLE 12. Dioceses/eparchies are to maintain ―safe environment‖ programs which the diocesan/eparchial bishop deems to be in accord with Catholic moral principles. They are to be conducted cooperatively with parents, civil authorities, educators, and community organizations to provide education and training for children, youth, parents, ministers, educators, volunteers, and others about ways to make and maintain a safe environment for children and young people.
  3. 3. CORE VALUE Subsidiarity
  4. 4. CORE VALUE Equipping Parents to have conversations with their teens
  5. 5. CORE VALUE Child Protection information for adolescents should not occur in a vacuum distinct from Catechesis for Human Sexuality.
  6. 6. Benedict CORE VALUE on Message When you have so little time you can't say everything you want to say about quot;no.quot; Firstly you have to know what we really want, right? Christianity, Catholicism, isn't a collection of prohibitions: it's a positive option. It's very important that we look at it again because this idea has almost completely disappeared today. We've heard so much about what is not allowed that now it's time to say: we have a positive idea that now it's time to say: positive to offer. idea to offer.
  7. 7. CORE VALUE Adaptability
  8. 8. CORE VALUE Our Theology related to Human Sexuality is a wondrous full- course meal
  9. 9. CORE VALUE Our Theology related to Human Sexuality is a wondrous full- course meal; CTL is just a taste
  10. 10. Parent Session
  11. 11. Learning Objectives During this presentation it is essential to communicate the following: • Parents are the primary educators of their children but share in a partnership with the Church, which provides support, education and encouragement in this task. • Human interaction is an opportunity for holiness. Parent • There are four characteristics that describe the fullness of love and the intention of marital love. Session Love is free, full, faithful, and fruitful. • Human life is to be respected. We have a responsibility to speak out against violations of the dignity of the human person, to defend and to educate young people about such violations.
  12. 12. Parent Session Healthy Relationships
  13. 13. Learning Objectives During this presentation it is essential to communicate the following: • Human life is a gift from God. • God loves us and intends for us to reflect that love to one another through healthy relationships and expressions of love which show respect for ourselves, one another, and God’s will for our lives. Healthy • Unfortunately, there are times when others violate the dignity of another human person. When this Relationships happens, it is not the survivor’s fault. The dignity of the human person is not diminished by having experienced rape or abuse.
  14. 14. Parent Session Healthy Relationships Decision Making
  15. 15. Learning Objectives During this presentation it is essential to communicate the following: • God gave each of us the freedom to make decisions for ourselves. • God’s love is unconditional, complete, consistent and generous. It is a model of the love that we should offer to one another. Decision • Love can be exploited and twisted to become controlling, manipulative, and limiting—not at all the Making generous gift that God intends for it to be. We must make decisions that reflect love as God intends it to be—not the shallow, shadow of love to which humans reduce it. • Healthy relationships have boundaries that respect the dignity of each person involved.
  16. 16. Learning Objectives During this presentation it is essential to communicate the following: • Parents and young people should develop a plan and role play how the young person can ask for immediate assistance if they are in a dangerous and/or uncomfortable situation. • Marriage is a sacrament. Within the context of marriage, sexual intercourse is not merely a Decision physical act for one’s pleasure but is the outward Making sign (for the married couple) of the inward grace (God’s love for them).
  17. 17. Option One - Three •Week One – Parent Session consecutive weeks, one •Week Two – MS and Parent Healthy night a week Relationships •Week Three – MS and Parent Decision Making Option Two - One Day •First Morning Session: Parent Session – MS Retreat for Parents and youth do icebreakers and possibly service Middle School MS Youth program •Second Morning Session: MS and Parents Healthy Relationships •Lunch •Afternoon Session: MS and Parent Decision Making Option Three – Parent •Weekday Evening – Parent Session Meeting separate and then •Then MS Healthy Relationships and MS morning with middle Decision Making sessions provided for parents school students and MS youth in one large block Option Four – Parent •Parent Meeting for all Middle School Parents Meeting for all of Middle •Parents and 7th grade do Healthy Relationships School, separate 7th and •Parents and 8th grade do Decision Making 8th grade sessions •(Could happen for both grades in one evening)
  18. 18. Parent Session
  19. 19. Learning Objectives During this presentation it is essential to communicate the following: • Parents are the primary educators of their children but share in a partnership with the Church, which provides support, education and encouragement in this task. • Human interaction is an opportunity for holiness. • There are four characteristics that describe the fullness of love and the intention of marital love. Love is free, full, faithful, and fruitful. Parent • Human life is to be respected. We have a Session responsibility to speak out against violations of the dignity of the human person, to defend and to educate young people about such violations.
  20. 20. Parent Session Healthy Relationships
  21. 21. Learning Objectives During this presentation it is essential to communicate the following: • All relationships are an opportunity to experience the love of God through that relationship • There is a clear difference between a healthy relationship and an unhealthy relationship. • Unhealthy relationships include relationships where there is an imbalance of the relationship in age, power, and/ or violence. Healthy – Relationships of a sexual nature that involve adults and teens are unhealthy as they exhibit Relationships the characteristics of an imbalanced relationship and are against social, developmental, moral, and legal mores.
  22. 22. Learning Objectives During this presentation it is essential to communicate the following: • Healthy Relationships foster appropriate sharing of information, respect for boundaries, concern for safety, striving for equality, empathy, nurturing, and expression of feelings. • The media often conditions us to understand that sex and violence are in the same category. Yet, sexuality is meant to connect us while violence violates and devalues the other. Healthy • Participants will have a clear understanding of their Relationships right to say ―No.‖
  23. 23. Parent Session Healthy Relationships Decision Making
  24. 24. Learning Objectives During this presentation it is essential to communicate the following: • All decisions have consequences. Sometimes these are positive and other times they are negative. • Decisions that we make impact others around us, not just ourselves. • We can turn to God for guidance in making decisions. Parents and/or other trusted adults can also help us. Decision • Participants will work through a process of Making consulting others, adults, and God along with their own personal discernment devices. • Participants will develop accountability partnerships.
  25. 25. Parent Session Healthy Relationships Decision Making Abstinence
  26. 26. Learning Objectives During this presentation it is essential to communicate the following: • Sexuality is more than just sexual behaviors; it is part of who we are from birth. • Chastity promotes the full integration of sexuality within the person, in accord with their lifestyle— married, single, professed religious, or consecrated celibate. • Chastity promotes abstention from immoral sexual activity. Abstinence • Although it is tempting to reduce sex to a series of behaviors made for pleasure, God intended it to be much more—an act of intimacy, love, and trust between husband and wife for the purpose of union and procreation.
  27. 27. Parent Session Healthy Relationships Decision Making Abstinence Sacramentality of Marriage
  28. 28. Learning Objectives During this presentation it is essential to communicate the following: • Marriage is a Sacrament through which God’s grace perfects the human love of spouses, strengthens their unity and sanctifies them. • Sexual intercourse can and should be the outward sign (for the married couple) of the inward grace (God’s love for them) of the sacrament. • Marriage is based on the free consent of the husband and wife, who willingly give themselves to Sacramentality one another in order to live a covenant of faithful of Marriage and fruitful love. Their intention is to have a permanent union and to be open to the gift of children.
  29. 29. Option One - One •(optional) Parent Meeting for all High School Day Retreat (Offered Parents every two years – not •Morning - Healthy Relationships and an option for schools) Decision Making •Afternoon - Abstinence and Sacramentality of Marriage Senior High Option Two – Two • (optional) Parent Meeting for all High School lessons – combining Parents two grades (every two • 9th and 10th Grade Healthy Relationships years) and Decision Making •11th and 12th Grade Abstinence and Sacramentality of Marriage Option Three – One •(optional) Parent Meeting for all High School lesson plan per grade Parents per year • 9th Grade Healthy Relationships, •10th Grade Decision Making •11th Grade Abstinence •12th Grade Sacramentality of Marriage
  30. 30. Created to Question…?
  31. 31. God calls everyone to holiness. He has very precise plans for each person, a personal vocation which each must recognize, accept and develop. To all Christians — priests, laity, married people or celibates — the words of the Apostle of the Nations apply: quot;God's chosen ones, holy and belovedquot; (Colossians 3:12). THE PONTIFICAL COUNCIL FOR THE FAMILY THE TRUTH AND MEANING OF HUMAN SEXUALITY Excerpt from the Guidelines for Education within the Family on Puberty and Adolescence

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