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Prayer for Intercession

O Saint Catherine of Siena, God our Father enkindled the flame of holy love in your heart as you meditated on the Passion of Jesus His Son. Moved by His grace, you devoted your life to the poor and the sick, as well as to the peace and unity of the Church. Through your intercession, may we also come to know the love of Jesus, bring His compassion to all, and work for the unity of His Church. We ask this in Jesus' Name and for His sake. God, You caused St. Catherine to shine with Divine love in the contemplation of the Lord's Passion and in the service of Your Church. By her help, grant that Your people, associated in the mystery of Christ, may ever exult in the revelation of His glory. Amen.



 Purpose of Reflection Paper

The purpose of the reflection paper is to demonstrate what you have learned about God’s “plan of sheer goodness” from the first pillar of the Catechism, while showing your understanding of living the Catholic faith as a journey from Blessing to Blessing. Drawing from the Catechism and lectures your writing should include the three following elements.


1. A synopsis of the first pillar of the Catechism.

2. New insights that you gained from the first pillar.

3. The personal benefits you received from the first pillar (Be specific.)

It is not necessary to organize your paper into three sections. You can write in the style that you are comfortable with, just remember to include the three elements somewhere in the paper.



Format Requirements for the Reflection Paper 

• typed

• double-spaced

• must be 2 pages (no more, no less)

• page number on each page

• title page with module title, name, and date with last name in right hand corner of title page (See the example from last module below. Just plug in this module's information.) 


Due date: Monday, Dec. 16, 2019

Paper MUST be turned in on the last Monday of the Module to your Class Coordinator to receive credit. Do NOT email or mail in your paper.