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  1. Saludos [greetings] ¡Hola! Buenos días! Buenas tardes! Buenas noches! ¿Cómo está usted? (Muy) bien. Regular. Así Así. (Muy) mal. ¿Cómo te llamas? What’s your name? Me llamo ____Name___, ¿ Y tú? My name is _______, and you? Me llamo ____Name___, Mucho Gusto My name is ________, pleased to meet you ¿De dónde es usted? / ¿De dónde eres tú? Where are you from? Soy de Australiana I am from Australia

  2. Amigo Para Siempre I don't have to sayA word to youYou seem to know Whatever mood I'm going throughFeels as though I've known you forever

  3. You Can look into my eyes and seeThe way I feel And how The world is treating meMaybe I have known you forever

  4. Amigos para siempre Means you'll always be my friendAmics per sempre Means a love that cannot endFriends for life Not just a summer or a springAmigos para siempre I feel you near me Even when we are apartJust knowing you are in this world Can warm my heartFriends for life Not just a summer or a springAmigos para siempre

  5. “If you belonged to the world, it would love you as its own. As it is, you do not belong to the world, but I have chosen you out of the world. John 15:18

  6. Warm-Up SaintMythbusters

  7. What did St. Francis initially do when he heard from the crucifix he was praying in front of: “Francis, repair my church which has fallen into disrepair as you can see.” • A. He was very afraid and hid in his dormitory for 40 days. • B. He approached Pope Pius V for permission to establish the Order of Franciscan Friars • C. He shaved his head • D. He got a toolkit and began to physically repair the church he was praying inside.

  8. Which of these facts are true of St. Maria of the Head? • A. She was considered to be very smart • B. She was martyred by beheading • C. She was married to another saint • D. She was the first patron saint of Academics

  9. Which Saint said: • “Sorrow can be alleviated by good sleep, a bath and a glass of wine!” • A. Thomas Aquinas: “Doctor of the Church” • B. Pope John Paul II: “Founder of World Youth Days” • C. St. John Vianney: “Founder of “Priests of the Mission” • D. St. Teresa of Avila: “Patron Saint of Writers”

  10. What’s the first step to being recognised as a Saint? • A. You have to die • B. You have to die a martyr (someone who expresses their faith by offering up their life) • C. You have to have two posthumous accredited miracles that are instantaneous cures, approved by the Vatican • D. You must be a consecrated religious recognised by the Holy See

  11. “To live without faith, without a steady struggle for truth, that is not living, but existing.” Giorgio Frassati How old was Blessed Pier Giorgio Frassati when he died? A. 16 B. 24 C. 36 D. 99

  12. How did Thomas Aquinas respond when his sister asked him “what it takes to become a saint.” A. "To will it." B. “To love God with all your heart.” C. “To serve.” D. “To be transformed by the Holy Spirit.”

  13. What did St. Monica unceasingly pray for, and achieve? A. That she could conceive children B. That her eldest daughter could have her vision restored C. The safe return of her son at war D. The conversion of her son to Christianity

  14. What method did St. Francis use do to cope with lust? A. Unceasing prayer in front of the Blessed Sacrament B. He went fishing and communed with the fish C. He sang to the birds inside the monastery fruit garden D. He built snow figures in the snow at night.

  15. How were St John of the Cross and St. Teresa of Avila related? A. They were brother and sisters B. They were students under St. Augustine C. They were close friends and companions D. They born in the same year.

  16. St. Teresa of Avila said: • A. “None of us is perfect, we just need God to perfect ourselves” • B. “None of us is perfect, always seek to repent and turn away from sin” • C. “None of us is perfect, never forget this!” • D. “None of us is perfect, just make sure those sins of yours don’t turn into habits”

  17. ANSWERS Respuesta

  18. What did St. Francis initially do when he heard from the crucifix he was praying in front of: “Francis, repair my church which has fallen into disrepair as you can see.” • A. He was very afraid and hid in his dormitory for 40 days. • B. He approached Pope Pius V for permission to establish the Order of Franciscan Friars • C. He shaved his head • D. He got a toolkit and began to physically repair the church he was praying inside. MORAL: We’re allowed to misinterpret God and make mistakes!

  19. Which of these facts are true of St. Maria of the Head? • A. She was considered to be very smart • B. She was martyred by beheading • C. She was married to another saint • D. She was the first patron saint of Academics MORAL: Saints can be married! We have an opportunity to imitate a holy family. We don’t need to be an enclosed, single and holy hermit

  20. Which Saint said: • “Sorrow can be alleviated by good sleep, a bath and a glass of wine!” • A. Thomas Aquinas: “A Doctor of the Church” • B. Pope John Paul II: “Founder of World Youth Days” • C. St. John Vianney: “Founder of “Priests of the Mission” • D. St. Teresa of Avila: “Patron Saint of Writers” MORAL: We’re allowed to love God and have a sense of humour!

  21. What’s the first step to being recognised as a Saint? • A. You have to die • B. You have to die a martyr (someone who expresses their faith by offering up their life) • C. You have to have two posthumous accredited miracles that are instantaneous cures, approved by the Vatican • D. You must be a consecrated religious recognised by the Holy See MORAL: We all live before we die (!), therefore everyone automatically has equal opportunity to be saintly

  22. “To live without faith, without a steady struggle for truth, that is not living, but existing.” Giorgio Frassati How old was Blessed Pier Giorgio Frassati when he died? A. 16 B. 24 C. 36 D. 99 MORAL: Holiness does not come with age, but from a choice to live more than exist.

  23. How did Thomas Aquinas respond when his sister asked him “what it takes to become a saint.” A. "To will it." B. “To love God with all your heart.” C. “To serve.” D. “To be transformed by the Holy Spirit.” MORAL: First step to holiness is to pursue and desire it

  24. What did St. Monica unceasingly pray for, and achieve? A. That she could conceive children B. That her eldest daughter could have her vision restored C. The safe return of her son at war D. The conversion of her naughty son to Christianity MORAL: Her son, incidentally, was St. Augustine. There can be miracles, when you believe (and pray), when hope is frail….

  25. What method did St. Francis use do to cope with lust? A. Unceasing prayer in front of the Blessed Sacrament B. He went fishing and communed with the fish C. He sang to the birds inside the monastery fruit garden D. He built snow figures in the snow at night. MORAL: St. Francis was very human, and faced human temptations as well, just like any of us. Rather than suppressing temptations by willpower, he redirected his desires to something else – he created snow figures of starving families in need.

  26. How were St John of the Cross and St. Teresa of Avila related? A. They were brother and sisters B. They were students under St. Augustine C. They were close friends and companions D. They were born in the same year. MORAL: Saints need support and friendship too from their peers. Good company rubs off on us

  27. St. Teresa of Avila said: • A. “None of us is perfect, we just need God to perfect ourselves” • B. “None of us is perfect, always seek to repent and turn away from sin” • C. “None of us is perfect, never forget this!” • D. “None of us is perfect, just make sure those sins of yours don’t turn into habits” MORAL: It’s okay to be realistic and down to earth – we are not born holy saints, we are transformed into them

  28. Reflect a saint Actual journal entries from: Mother Teresa“Come be my Light – The Private Writings of the Saint of Calcutta” Compiled by Brian Kolodiejchuk, M.C.

  29. Preparation for prayer and reflection “Put your hand in His [Jesus’] hand, and walk alone with Him. Walk ahead, because if you look back you will go back.” 1928. Mr Teresa’s words 18 y.o. as she left home to be a missionary

  30. [ With his dying breath] “Why does Jesus say “I thirst”? What does it mean? Something so hard to explain in words- … “I thirst” is something much deeper than just Jesus saying “I love you”. Until you know deep inside that Jesus thirsts for you – you can’t begin to know who He wants to be for you. Or who He wants you to be for Him.” Pre-1946. Written for her fellow sisters while still a Loreto Sister. SUGGESTED REFLECTION Do you feel that there is a God that ‘thirsts’ for you? What does your response mean for you today?

  31. “I am so afraid Jesus – I am so terribly afraid – let me not be deceived – I am so afraid. – This fear shows me how much I love myself. – I am afraid of the suffering that will come - through leading that Indian life - clothing like them, eating like them, sleeping like them – living with them and never having anything my way. How much comfort has taken possession of my heart.” 1947. Mr Teresa’s second doubt through continuous petition to respond to her calling to establish Sisters of Charity. SUGGESTED REFLECTION How do the comforts you hold on to today, preventyou from responding to God’s call?

  32. ‘Tell me, Father, why is there so much pain and darkness in my soul? Sometimes I find myself saying “I can’t bear it any longer” with the same breath I say “I am sorry, do with me what you wish.”’ Post-1950. Early days after establishing Sister of Charity. Mother Teresa often found herself filled with desolation, as if the presence of God was missing. SUGGESTED REFLECTION What does: surrenderloneliness darkness,mean for you in a relationship with God?

  33. “My going to U.S. was the hardest act of obedience I had ever had to give to God. Imagine me, this poor little Missionary, without anything natural to attract, in U.S. in front of those thousands of great people. I would die of fear & shyness.” “…What an experience - Thank God it is over- and that every bit was only for Him…” Mr Teresa’s first trip for public speaking, 1985 SUGGESTED REFLECTION What does it mean for you today, to follow God’s calling despite feeling totally unqualified and inadequate?

  34. “Be the one… be the one who will satiate the Thirst. Instead of saying “ I thirst” say “ be the one”… do whatever you believe God is asking you to do to be the one to satiate Him.” Btw: Satiate means ‘to satisfy fully’

  35. Group discussion “Be the one… be the one who will satiate the Thirst. Instead of saying “ I thirst” say “ be the one”… do whatever you believe God is asking you to do to be the one to satiate Him.”

  36. Tools of the Journey: Ignatius thing

  37. Tools of the Journey: Ignatius thing Tools of the Journey: Pray in Spanish The Lord’s Prayer

  38. The Lord’s Prayer (Spanish) Padre Nuestro,* Our Fatherque estás * en el cielo. Who art in HeavenSantificado * sea tu nombre. Hallowed by thy nameVenga * tu reino. Thy Kingdom comeHágase * tu voluntad* en la tierra* como en el cielo. Thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven

  39. The Lord’s Prayer (Spanish) Danos * hoy nuestro * pan de * cada día. Give us this day our daily breadPerdona * nuestras * ofensas, And forgive us our trespassescomo también * nosotros * perdonamos * a los * que nos * ofenden. As we forgive those who trespass against usNo nos dejes * caer en tentactión * y libranos * del mal. And lead us not into temptation but deliver us from evilAmén.

  40. The world of World Youth Day World Youth Day now has a sustainability logo A rosary that resonates in all languages GlobalThought If you were a pilgrim coming from third world Somalia 索馬里), what might an opportunity like World Youth Day mean to you?

  41. Amigo Para Siempre I don't have to sayA word to youYou seem to know Whatever mood I'm going throughFeels as though I've known you forever

  42. You Can look into my eyes and seeThe way I feel And how The world is treating meMaybe I have known you forever

  43. Amigos para siempre Means you'll always be my friendAmics per sempre Means a love that cannot endFriends for life Not just a summer or a springAmigos para siempre I feel you near me Even when we are apartJust knowing you are in this world Can warm my heartFriends for life Not just a summer or a springAmigos para siempre

  44. “If you belonged to the world, it would love you as its own. As it is, you do not belong to the world, but I have chosen you out of the world. John 15:18

  45. Litany of the Saints

  46. Litany of the Saints St. Rosa of Lima St. Ignatius of Loyola St. John of the Cross St. Francis Xavier St. John of Avila St. Teresa of Avila St. Rafael Arnaiz St. Mary of the Head St. Isidore the Worker Pray for us

  47. The Lord’s Prayer (Spanish) Padre Nuestro,* Our Fatherque estás * en el cielo. Who art in HeavenSantificado * sea tu nombre. Hallowed by thy nameVenga * tu reino. Thy Kingdom comeHágase * tu voluntad* en la tierra* como en el cielo. Thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven