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ActiveParticipationin Life LongFaithFormationJourney of DiscipleshipSs. James and Patrick ParishApril 13, 2013
In Procession to Heaven_____________________________________________________________________________ Steve Erspamer, © 199...
Journey of Discipleship_____________________________________________________________________________      Session Three – ...
TITLE and GOAL_____________________________________________________________________________   Journey of Discipleship    _...
_____________________________________________________________________________We pray at this table…
_____________________________________________________________________________…because we are headed here…
_____________________________________________________________________________…getting there by dismissal & mission…
For Reflection_____________________________________________________________________________   What did I learn today that ...
Getting started:_____________________________________________________________________________ One new thing I learned…One ...
_____________________________________________________________________________
ActiveParticipationin Life LongFaithFormationJourney of DiscipleshipSs. James and Patrick ParishApril 13, 2013
Prayer
Introduction: Faith Formation as Path toHoliness / Community of Disciples  Barb Burris  Kyle Holtgrave  Jean Johnson  ...
What is Your Definition of FaithFormation?
Faith Formation Timeline
STAGES OF FAITH
Stages of Faith - Overview   James W. Fowler     Theologian   (Emory University)     Methodist   Based on development ...
Stages of Faith - Overview   Stages build on each other     Can’t   ―skip‖ a stage   Understands faith as a verb   N.B...
Primal (Undifferentiated)   Not a true ―faith stage‖   Development of sense of security   True faith development begins...
Imaginative Faith(Intuitive-Projective)   Age 4-7   Highly dependent of parents, family member   Imitates faith of adul...
Literal Faith(Mythical-Literal)   Age 7-10   Separation of real from the unreal   Development of ―private thoughts‖   ...
Group Faith(Synthetic-Conventional)   Adolescence   Pushing Boundaries   Emphasis on peer groups   Conformist   Timel...
Personal Faith(Individuative-Reflective)   Young Adulthood   Moral authority moves to self   Confidence in moral choice...
Mystical Faith(Conjuctive)   Mid-Life+ (Rarely before age 30)   Reality of suffering based on experience   Faith based ...
Sacrificial Faith(Universalizing)   No Corresponding Age   Final synthesis of external commitment and    interior dispos...
Multiple Intelligences Assessment
LUNCH
THEORY OF MULTIPLEINTELLIGENCES(MI)
GoalsParticipants will:   Become familiar with MI theory   Experience some MI types   Be challenged to use various type...
Overview of MI   Definition   Traditional teaching / assessment based on IQ   1983—Howard Gardner—MI   MI’s 9 intellig...
MI types   Verbal-Linguistic    [word skills—read, write, talk]   Logical/Mathematical    [numbers, patterning, reasonin...
MI Types (cont.)   Bodily-Kinesthetic    [dance, hands-on, body language]   Musical-Rhythmic    [music, rhythm, pitch, s...
MI Types (cont.)   Intrapersonal     [self refection, quiet, intuitive, content with self]   Naturalistic    [natural re...
Faith Demands ―Leap ofCourage‖   God of Words         God of Logic        God of Rhythm God of Movement     God of Communi...
Activity Instructions   2 cards per table (with scripture reference on    one side and MI type on other)   Self divide i...
Processing   Comfort level with MI type used   Audience preference   Challenge—Use more than one MI method to    meet y...
Faith Pop Quiz!
Resources
YOUR DEFINITIONREVISITED
Questions for Discussion   What can the parish provide for faith    formation?   How can I help the parish provide this?
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Journey of Discipleship - Active Participation in Ongoing Faith Formation

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Journey of Discipleship - Active Participation in Ongoing Faith Formation

  1. 1. ActiveParticipationin Life LongFaithFormationJourney of DiscipleshipSs. James and Patrick ParishApril 13, 2013
  2. 2. In Procession to Heaven_____________________________________________________________________________ Steve Erspamer, © 1992, Archdiocese of Chicago. All rights reserved. Reprinted with Permission.
  3. 3. Journey of Discipleship_____________________________________________________________________________ Session Three – Saturday, 09 March 2013 ___________________________________________________________________Full, Conscious, and ActiveParticipation in the Liturgy ___________________________________________________________________ Eliot Kapitan Office for Worship and the Catechumenate Diocese of Springfield in Illinois Therese Allen Saints James and Patrick Parish, Decatur
  4. 4. TITLE and GOAL_____________________________________________________________________________ Journey of Discipleship _____________________________________________________________________________ How can I be a more faithful and engaged disciple? How can I be holy in this age? How can we do this together?
  5. 5. _____________________________________________________________________________We pray at this table…
  6. 6. _____________________________________________________________________________…because we are headed here…
  7. 7. _____________________________________________________________________________…getting there by dismissal & mission…
  8. 8. For Reflection_____________________________________________________________________________ What did I learn today that challenges me to live as a more faithful and engaged Christian? What did I learn that helps me be holy today? How does all of this challenge my parish? Pray and journal about these questions over the coming month. Do some research and be prepared to discuss next month on April 13, 2013.
  9. 9. Getting started:_____________________________________________________________________________ One new thing I learned…One thing a can do / continue to dothat will help my prayer be better… One thing this parish can do for good Liturgy that builds up faith… I want more input / information on…
  10. 10. _____________________________________________________________________________
  11. 11. ActiveParticipationin Life LongFaithFormationJourney of DiscipleshipSs. James and Patrick ParishApril 13, 2013
  12. 12. Prayer
  13. 13. Introduction: Faith Formation as Path toHoliness / Community of Disciples  Barb Burris  Kyle Holtgrave  Jean Johnson  Chris Malmevik  Marilyn Missel  Jonathan Sullivan
  14. 14. What is Your Definition of FaithFormation?
  15. 15. Faith Formation Timeline
  16. 16. STAGES OF FAITH
  17. 17. Stages of Faith - Overview James W. Fowler  Theologian (Emory University)  Methodist Based on development theories of  Piaget(mental development)  Kohlberg (moral development) Published 1981
  18. 18. Stages of Faith - Overview Stages build on each other  Can’t ―skip‖ a stage Understands faith as a verb N.B: Keep your timelines handy!
  19. 19. Primal (Undifferentiated) Not a true ―faith stage‖ Development of sense of security True faith development begins with language, understanding of symbols
  20. 20. Imaginative Faith(Intuitive-Projective) Age 4-7 Highly dependent of parents, family member Imitates faith of adults Timeline: Do you remember any significant impressions of your faith as a young child?
  21. 21. Literal Faith(Mythical-Literal) Age 7-10 Separation of real from the unreal Development of ―private thoughts‖ Search for security Story-Centered Timeline: What stories do you remember? What stories do you return to?
  22. 22. Group Faith(Synthetic-Conventional) Adolescence Pushing Boundaries Emphasis on peer groups Conformist Timeline: Write down friends or peer groups that helped your faith as a teen or adolescent.
  23. 23. Personal Faith(Individuative-Reflective) Young Adulthood Moral authority moves to self Confidence in moral choices Differentiation between symbol and meaning Timeline: When did your faith become ―personal‖ – when did you say ―this is my faith?‖
  24. 24. Mystical Faith(Conjuctive) Mid-Life+ (Rarely before age 30) Reality of suffering based on experience Faith based on personal experience of God Timeline: Have you ever had a crisis of faith or a time of suffering that brought your relationship with Jesus into sharper focus?
  25. 25. Sacrificial Faith(Universalizing) No Corresponding Age Final synthesis of external commitment and interior disposition Self-sacrifice on behalf of the Kingdom of God Looks for transformation of world ―Saints‖
  26. 26. Multiple Intelligences Assessment
  27. 27. LUNCH
  28. 28. THEORY OF MULTIPLEINTELLIGENCES(MI)
  29. 29. GoalsParticipants will: Become familiar with MI theory Experience some MI types Be challenged to use various types in catechist formation of self / others
  30. 30. Overview of MI Definition Traditional teaching / assessment based on IQ 1983—Howard Gardner—MI MI’s 9 intelligences
  31. 31. MI types Verbal-Linguistic [word skills—read, write, talk] Logical/Mathematical [numbers, patterning, reasoning] Visual-Spatial [pictures, form, color, shape, texture]
  32. 32. MI Types (cont.) Bodily-Kinesthetic [dance, hands-on, body language] Musical-Rhythmic [music, rhythm, pitch, sound, timbre] Interpersonal [social encounters, in harmony with other people]
  33. 33. MI Types (cont.) Intrapersonal [self refection, quiet, intuitive, content with self] Naturalistic [natural resources, nature] Existential [ponder what it is all about]
  34. 34. Faith Demands ―Leap ofCourage‖ God of Words God of Logic God of Rhythm God of Movement God of Communication God of Art God of Personhood God of Nature God of Q&A
  35. 35. Activity Instructions 2 cards per table (with scripture reference on one side and MI type on other) Self divide into 2 groups Read scripture Plan how to teach that scripture to audience (may use MI prompts card as needed) Each group to do one minute presentation
  36. 36. Processing Comfort level with MI type used Audience preference Challenge—Use more than one MI method to meet your God over the next month and to consider how you can use MI types to catechize others.
  37. 37. Faith Pop Quiz!
  38. 38. Resources
  39. 39. YOUR DEFINITIONREVISITED
  40. 40. Questions for Discussion What can the parish provide for faith formation? How can I help the parish provide this?

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