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Theology 10 (Period 8)

Instructor
Mr. W. Timothy Homan
Term
2017-2018
Department
Theology
Description
 

Jesus Christ’s Mission Continues in the Church

(Church History)

Mr. W. Timothy Homan   (thoman@stdoms.org)   516-922-4888  ext. 6540

First Half Year Course

As Christians it is important to know why the Church was created so that we may be able to

carry out the Church’s purpose in today’s society. We may only gain by understanding what it

took to establish Christianity and how it has sustained through persecutions through all of these

years. By gaining understanding of the meaning of the Church and its purpose in this world, the

students will be able to relate to scripture and their always growing faith.

Course Overview

The purpose of this course is to help the students understand that in and through the Church they

encounter the living Jesus Christ. They will be introduced to the fact that the Church was

founded by Christ through the Apostles and is sustained by Him through the Holy Spirit. The

students will come to know that the Church is the living Body of Christ today. This Body has

both divine and human elements. In this course, students will learn not so much about events in

the life of the Church but about the sacred nature of the Church.

Essential Outcomes (Overall Course Goals)

  1. Understanding how the Church began
  2. Understanding the meaning of the 4 marks of the Church
  3. Understanding the effects the Crusades had on Christianity

Course Content

Below are the Learning Goals each students will be able to…

Understanding How the Church Began

  1. Articulate the roles of each person of the Trinity in the development and success of the

Church, as well as, discuss the implications of this involvement.

  1. Examine why the Church is necessary in the life of a believer.
  2. Illustrate the events of Pentecost.
  3. Review the missionary work of the Apostles and major events in the early life of the

Church.

  1. Analyze the conflicts between the early Church and both Jewish and Roman leaders,

including an assessment of how these events impacted the spread of Christianity.

Understanding the Four Marks of the Church

  1. Interpret the meanings of each of the four marks of the Church as outlined by the Council

of Nicea and upheld still today.

  1. Discuss the meaning of heresy, schism, and apostasy for the Church by analyzing various

events and figures in history.

  1. Report on the Church’s teachings on ecumenism and interreligious dialogue, as well as,

being able to demonstrate these teachings in their own lives.

Understanding How the Church is Structured

  1. Analyze the Crusades by exploring the historical situation and Just War Theory.
  2. Recognize the Church’s mission of evangelization, sanctification, and governance.
  3. Chart the hierarchical structure of the Church and Her various vocations.

Understanding the Church of the Modern World

  1. Review the various events leading up to the First and Second Vatican Councils and the

primary teachings of the councils themselves.

  1. Demonstrate various types of prayer while discussing the necessity of prayer in the life of

the believer.

  1. Illustrate what is means to be a disciple of Christ in the world.

Student Expectations

  1. Attendance: ​Be in your seats and ready to start at the start of class time. Tardy to class

and skipping class will be handled according to the Student Handbook.

  1. Preparation: ​Come to class and open lab prepared with all of your materials and

homework. This includes having your notebook or binder with a writing utensil ready to

take notes throughout class, as well as, the current LAP that we will be working through.

Homework is due at the start of class.

  1. Participation​: In order to truly understand and retain the information, it is required that

you take notes in class and participate in classroom discussions. The more effort that is

put into class, the more knowledge and comprehension you will gain.

  1. Behavior: ​Show respect to everyone in the classroom. (Remember the Golden Rule: “Do

to others whatever you would have them do to you.” Matthew 7:12)

Homework:

Please put your full name, class section and assignment title at the top of the

page. We will often go over the homework during the class which it is due. Please have

your homework ready at the start of class. If you have questions about the assignment,

please ask before the due date. Occasional quizzes may be given to check

comprehension.

Materials:

Students should have their Tablets with them every day

1 notebook, pencils/pens. A notebook with a folder is recommended for loose handouts given in class. This notebook will be used for this class only. Please bring materials EVERY DAY!

Grading System:

My grading system is very simple—the total number of points you receive divided by the total possible points for those assignments. One grade will be Class Writing Work 20 % Homework is 20% and Test and Quiz grades 60%

The Research Paper is due in Feb. topics to be discussed

Extra Help is available on either Monday after classes in Room   309 (I usually have detention duty so I am here for at least one hour)

We have read the material on Theology 10:       

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Past Assignments

Due:

Quiz on Unit 4 of the text on Wednesday May 16th 

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Quiz on Unit 5 has been moved to Thursday May 17th 

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Quiz on Unit 3 Thursday  April 26 

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Vocabulary Quiz Tuesday April 17th

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Due to school closure this week Theology Quiz on Unit 2 will be given on Monday, March 26 

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IN THE EVENT OF CLASS BEING CANCELED EITHER WEDNESDAY OR THURSDAY THE QUIZ ON UNIT TWO WILL BE GIVEN ON FRIDAY MARCH 23RD

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The quiz scheduled for Thursday will be given on next class meeting day in the event of school closure due to weather 

Due:

Theology research paper is due on March 5th 
 

You will be writing a paper on the saint that you have been assigned.

The paper should be at least four pages, double-spaced, 12 point Times New Roman font & 1-inch margins.

You should cite and use at least three sources.   Include citations and a bibliography of the sources used.  Wikipedia cannot be used for citations or in your bibliography.

The paper must be submitted to turnitin.com by April 3rd

Look up information of the saint’s life and write a paper about the saint.

Within your paper, you should include:

Biographical information about the saint (parents, birth, birthplace, key events of his/her life, etc.)

Struggles or obstacles the saint faced in his/her life, and how he/she dealt with these difficulties.

What he/she is patron saint of and why you think he/she was named patron of that

When his/her feast day is.

When he/she was officially named a saint (canonized).

Are there any churches in our diocese named after him/her?  If so, where?

Finally, include the following based on your research:

What did you find most memorable about the saint’s life?  Was there anything that surprised you about his/her life?

In what ways do you think this saint can serve as an example for us today?




St. John Paul II

St. Pius X

St. Elizabeth Ann Seton

St. Isaac Jogues

St. Francis of Assisi

St. Francis Xavier Cabrini

St. Dominic

St. John Neumann

St. Junípero Serra

St Thomas Aquinas

St. Ignatius of Loyola

St. Katharine Drexel

St. Martin de Porres

St. Anthony of Padua

St. Therese of Lisieux

St. Teresa of Avila

St. Clare of Assisi

St. Bernadette of Lourdes

St. Gerard Majella

St. Catherine of Siena

St. Maximilian Kolbe

St. Peregrine Laziosi

St. Vincent de Paul

St. Elizabeth of Hungary

St. Maria Faustina Kowalska

St. André Bessette

St. Jean-Baptiste de La Salle

St. Emily de Vialar

St. Albert the Great

St. Francis de Sales

St. Peter Canisius

St. Isabelle of France

St. Charles Lwanga and Companions

St. John Bosco

St. Catherine of Bologna

St. Thomas More

Bl. Chiara Luce Badano

Bl. Pier Giorgio Frassati

St. John Vianney

St. Frances de Chantal

St. Martin of Tours

St. Philip Neri

St. Rocco (St. Roch)

St. Thomas Becket

St. Joseph of Cupertino

St. Josemaría Escrivá

St. Teresa Benedicta of the Cross (Edith Stein)

St. Dominic Savio

St. Rita Cascia

St. Camillus de Lellis

St. Gemma Galgani

St. Elizabeth of the Trinity

St. Mary MacKillop

St. Marianne Cope

St. Maria Bernarda Bütler

St. Josephine Bakhita

Due:

Test on Section1    Friday  Feb 16 

Due:

Read pages 36 to 54 do Questions pg 55 1-7

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Read pages 25 to 34 do Questions pg 35 1-6

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For Class Tuesday  questions 1 - 7 pg 24 for the Paschal Mystery text 

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Mid term Examination on Jan. 23  8:20 - 10:15 
 
Study Review Material on Google classroom page 
 

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Handouts from class page in google are due Wednesday Dec 20th  to be graded as quiz 

Due:

Quiz on Chapter 9 The Magisterium  (text and Vocab)

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Quiz on Ch 8  Structure of the Church 

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CHAPTER 1,2 AND 3  EXAM ON FRIDAY SEPT 29TH
 

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Test on Vocabulary and text material 

Due:

Read in Text pages 11 to 20 (Chapter 1, The Origin of the Church) Do questions 1 - 6 on google docs and submit work on class page