Are all Christians called to be the body of Christ? (TEXT TO TEXT (Jesus…
Are all Christians called to be the body of Christ?
TEXT TO FAITH (Christian Unity);
Q; What is the ecumenical council/movement and what is it significance?
Ecumenism is Christians/Churches that have different traditions to have a better understanding.
Ecumenism significance is worldwide/universal.
Q; Are all Christians called to be the body of Christ?
Yes, all Christians are called to be the body of Christ because try to follow Jesus's footsteps and beliefs.
Q; Describe the unifying factors of Christianity (values, practices, Eucharist)
Uniting and respecting one another by following the Golden rule.
Q; What is the purpose of the foundation stones for Christianity today?
Keep Jesus's message/beliefs alive by practicing and spiritually believing it.
TEXT TO TEXT (Jesus life and teachings)
Q; What does Jesus life and teachings show us how to be loving in all we do?
By being forgiving and honest, if were kind and caring towards one another, we'll receive the same energy in return.
Q; Who is Jesus Christ (according to Christians)?
Jesus is known to be "The Son of God" in Christianity, and they belief in the Resurrection/Jesus coming back from heaven to earth and on Judgement day.
Q; Recall the meaning of Messiah and how Jesus life correlates to the prophesies told in the Old Testament.
The meaning of Messiahs message is close to the 10 commandments (respecting family, forgiveness, being true and honest).
Jesus came onto earth to continue his words/paths for other messengers.
Q; How do Jesus and His followers (Christians) dialogue with others through actions/stories/teachings ? How is this an example of Ecumenical dialogue?
It helps persuade people into following his actions by hearing those stories/miracles.
TEXT TO SELF (refer to MY BLUEPRINT reflection):
Q; Describe the Christian Vocation (referencing MY BLUEPRINT – PART 1):
Feeling connected by God by praying or experiencing something such as a miracle.
Q; Give examples of how we can dialogue with others about who Christ is. What AM I called to do? Describe what you learned from the MY BLUEPRINT activity WHO AM I and how this relates to your faith.
You can do so by relating with other peoples religions/cultures and beliefs by combining them all and figuring out how others belief in Christ himself.
I figured out that the WHO AM I assignment relates to my faith by connecting Christ to my religion.
TEXT TO WORLD (Ecumenical movement today):
Q; Identify The Ecumenical council/movement in the world today
They relate with each other and try to find beliefs that suit them.
Q; What organizations, people, saints etc. have or are participating in the ecumenical movement and what are they achieving as a result?
Working/volunteering at the Church or anywhere that is helpful.