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TÂM LÝ HOLISTIC APPROACH
NGÀNH HIỆP SĨ
To guide our HiệpSĩ teens to be fired with the love of the Eucharist and the love for PhongTrào.
Mission of PHONG TRÀO:
CON NGƯỜI KIỆN TOÀN (GOOD CITIZEN)
KITÔ HỮU HOÀN HẢO (FAITHFUL CHRISTIAN)
TỰ NHIÊN & SIÊU NHIÊN
1st Born Generation in the US
16-17 years old
Vietnamese American or American Vietnamese
Try to communicate with the adults who do not have a good grasp of the English language and are culturally handicapped.
HiệpSĩ teens are more adaptable compared to their friends at school. When they are in the presence of adults they tend to be quiet and reserved due to the acquired skills early on (Respect the elders)
Independent - Individualism
The desire to be autonomous is greatest at the age of 16-17.
To break away from parents or people of authority
challenge the power of people in charge.
Help them to appreciate their unique heritage: Vietnamese American.
Allow perceived freedom for HiệpSĩ in selecting activities.
Provide opportunity for leadership and independence with guidance:
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HiệpSĩcóthểgiúpđứngdạynhữngbàikhóachuyênmôn, ca hát, phongtràovàchotròchơi.
HiệpSĩcóthể serve as a Big Brother/ Big Sister caring for the younger kids.
Teach HiệpSĩ on different aspects of leadership, team work, self discipline, and self-control.
“Who am I?”
“Why do I look Vietnamese but feel more like an American?”
“I look like my parents, but I am nothing like them?”
“Why does my family expect me to be a doctor, lawyer, engineer, or pharmacist?”
“Why does the teaching of my religion at home and church go in one direction and the teaching of science in school in another direction on the same topic?”
Attempt to find their own identity because they feel their parents don’t understand them, other groups (Cliques) exclude them and sometimes confuse their feelings.
Allow interactive and analytical discussions and activities where HiệpSĩ can exchange and debate about societal issues (vấnnạngxãhội, khónghèo, etc…).
Assist HiệpSĩ in learning and accustoming to the Vietnamese culture.
Assist HiệpSĩ in understanding their calling to be a HiệpSĩ (ơngọi) and the life of HiệpSĩ.
Assist HiệpSĩ to explore their role with God, within society, and within their đoàn.
Years of development and synthesize their spiritual growth.
Acquiring about their own faith
Crystallize their faith journey
Learning how to respond to God’s invitation to be salt of earth and light of the world.
Acquire their own faith
God: Learn to relate to God on the level of friendship.
Church: Question about equality, stand in term of morality and social justice.
Neighbors: How to apply the commandment of loving neighbor as one’s self.
Self: learn to accept their own faith journey.
Crystallize their faith journey
Helping them to know more about Scripture and the Catechism of the Catholic Church, especially TámMốiPhúcThật (The Beatitudes).
Start a trend that they can buy into.
a Bible gang
a praying team
going to church every day crew
Learning how to respond to God’s invitation
Huynh Trưởngs need to help HiệpSĩ understand their role as a person of faith wherever they find themselves.
Serving the Parish