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Authority

Relevant Evidence Reliability


Relevance
Accuracy

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Question Construction What or How


(Not a yes or no answer)

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Gather (Sources)
Research Plan Analyse (Relevant Evidence)
Communicate (Result Text Format)

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State significant events, giving


Significance explanation for why & how they are
significant to the question
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Describe Provide a detailed explanation


as to How and Why something
happens.

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Describe main ideas,


Outline
characteristics, or events

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Make an idea clear. Show logically how


Explain
a concept is developed. Give the
reason for an event.
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Source material is to be used as


Reference
evidence and example, when
responding with an answer.
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State position and reasons for/against a


Argue
topic or issue

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Break into separate parts and discuss,


Analyse
examine, or interpret each part

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Consider and debate/argue about the


Discuss
pros and cons of an issue

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Use examples and evidence to explain a


Justify
point that you have raised
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The organization of a religion
including its leadership. Structures
Religious Structures
can be formal, informal well
established and defined or less so.

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Is a way in which something is done
in a religion and can be well defined
or not. Vatican 2 is an example of a
Religious Processes
process which passed through the
churches structure to update the
church this as well as synod's.

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Teaching and safeguarding the
Christian message
Religious
Providing for the growing holiness of
Structure/Processes believers
Functions
Governing the Church in Jesus’ name

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Apostles taught the message of


Teaching & Safeguarding the
Jesus, Priests and Bishops continue
Christian Message to preach the massage in a variety of
ways.
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Jesus instated prayer and the
sacraments, the Apostles continued
Providing for the growing
on by ensuring that what was taught
holiness of believers was authentic to Jesus, today
Bishops and priests use the
sacraments and celebrations to
ensure growing holiness.

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The Apostles governed the church
acting as elders and teachers. The
Governing the Church in
ordained person receives the gifts of
Jesus’ name the holy spirit. Bishops and Priest
govern the church in Jesus name.

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A council or assembly of the church


Synods
where beliefs practices and
teachings are discussed, example of
religious process
Relevant Evidence Irregular meeting of the entire
episcopate in communion with the
Pope and is, along with the Pope, the
highest legislative authority of the
Ecumenical Council
universal Church. The Pope alone has
the right to convoke, suspend, and
dissolve and ecumenical council. Laws
or teachings issued by the council, must
be looked and confirmed over by the
Pope.
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Meetings of the entire episcopate of


Plenary Councils
nation, are convoked by the national
episcopal conference.

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Consist of the bishops of an


Provincial Councils
ecclesiastical province smaller than a
nation, are convoked by the
metropolitan bishop with consent of a
majority of the suffragan bishops.

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Give a brief, condensed account.


Summarise
Include conclusions. Avoid
unnecessary details

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Point out and define


Identify
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Council on the Family


Synod on the Family

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Gospel of the Family can be preached


Key areas
today
Synod (Family) Church’s pastoral care program
Assist parents mentally

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October 5th-19th
When did it occur
2014 & 2015
Synod (Family)

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Pope Francis,
Who was present
Bishop delegation from the United
Synod (Family) States,
general public
Relevant Evidence Pastoral challenges of the family in the
context of evangelisation

Family issues in the modern world


Important issues
Vocation of families
Synod (Family)
Single ,gay, divorced families

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Homily
Video presentation
Process
Testimony
Synod (Family) Address
Relatio Syrodi (final report)

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Document by Pope Francis, ‘Latisha’

Prayer of the Holy Family


Result of the Structure
Synod (Family) Documents re-affirming the discussion
and strategies for issues

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Magisterium

Global perspective
How religions use
structure/process to address Ecumenical Council
important issues
Proposal of new/global issues
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Created many social, political,
theological and pastoral
challenges, resulting in various
The Reformation
Protestant Christianity’s forming.
Healing this division was seen as
bringing non-Catholic Christians
back to the Church, accepting the
Church as its authority and
teachings.
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First of the significant movements in
Europe, rediscovery of different
Colonisation
peoples and cultures, exposing
Europeans to the reality that there are
many different religions in the
world.
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Second movement in Europe, opened
people’s eyes, 17th century, western
The Enlightenment
thought and culture was redone,
position of the Church was
challenged, confronted and few
times removed.
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Didn’t last long, 1869 December 8th –


Vatican I
20th 1870, formed papal infallibility
(Pope now can make official teachings)

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1. Recognise that many societies
were disadvantaged by society,
particularly industrialisation, grew
Engagement with the Modern
Church’s Social Doctrine.
World 2. Engaged through the work of
some important Catholic
scholars, secretly wrote about
a new modern Church
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Major events WWII, Cold War &
Economic Depression, fascism and
The Church in 12th Century
communism. New technology and
scientific discoveries. Impacted the
Church and its followers

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October 28th 1958, Elected Pope


Pope John XXIII
John XXIII, transitional Pope, called
for an ecumenical council (1959),
SECOND VAT
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1962 – Opened

Timeline - Vatican II
1963 – Pope John XIII Dies

1965 - Closed

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Conflict and Violence

Historical issue
Key Reasons for Vatican II
Change of Leadership

Modern World Changes

Relevant Evidence 1962-65, most significant event in the


modern Catholic Church, instrumental
for the renewal of self-understanding of
the Church, lost none of its relevance,
The Second Vatican Council
consciousness of the Church, 2500
Bishops

‘We find a sure compass by which to


take our bearing in the century now
beginning’
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Bringing up to date
Aggiornamento &
&
Ressourcement Return to the Authoritative sources
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Produced 16 documents, four main


Significant Church Teaching
‘foundational’ documents

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Scrosanctum Concilium

Gaudium et Spes
Vatican II Foundational
Documents Dei Verbum

Lumen Gentium

Relevant Evidence How to reform the sacred liturgy of


the Church.
Help form sacred liturgy, Church’s
treasury usage and push flexible
Sacrosanctum Concilium
liturgy.
Changes to the mass and some of the
sacraments, wider world to engage
in religious prayer without
language/cultural barriers
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The human person, the individual,
the community and the entire
human family, find the true and
Gaudium et Spes
just responses to the enormous
challenges in modern times.

Universal perspective on how the


world can view/work with the
Church, vice-versa.
Relevant Evidence Interpretations of scripture were
impacted historians were adopting a
more historical approach of reading the
bible which had a flow on effect the
Dei Verbum
complete understanding of the bible
and church traditions
Rise of modernism – Went too far
Understanding divine relation

Relevant Evidence Put in writing the inner nature and


universal mission of the Church
Did that without adding teachings
(traditional scripture)
Lumen Gentium
Self-examination of the Church
Realise what they did wrong and right
Highlighting’s the nature, role and
guidelines

Relevant Evidence Important event, both in Church life


and its relation to the wider world.
Created new dynamic within the
Church, though some are unhappy still.
After the Council
1. How to best understand and
implement teachings, 2. How to
engage in dialogue with the world, 3.
How to respond to the dissenting
voices.
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Bring the Church into the modern
world, changed the role of priests and
deacons, making the church more open
Overall Significance of
to acceptance and understanding.
Vatican II Though it may have resulted in the
decline of the Church’s popularity and
followers faith
Relevant Evidence Obey the holy spirit

Main Causes of Vatican II Preach the gospel and teach the faith

Continue work from Vatican I

Return to the roots

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Sexuality
Poverty
Important issues church
Terrorism
needs to address Sexual abuse

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Church is of Christian faith
tradition, major concern over aspects
Before the Council
of existing divisions within the
community. The East-West Schism
(1054) and Reformation, two of
which led to conflict and tension