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The Birth of Jesus: The angel said, “For today in the city of David a Savior has
been born for you who is Messiah and Lord.”
The Visit of the Magi: “They prostrated themselves and did Him homage.
Presentation of Jesus in the Temple: Jesus is consecrated to the Father and to His
Finding Jesus in the Temple doing the will of His Father: Jesus said, “Did you
not know I had to be in My Father’s house?”
Passages that show Jesus’ love for people Diocese of La Crosse Page 8 of 22 Grade 2
Luke 5: 17-26
Luke 7:11-1 “Let the children come to Me.”
Jesus calmed the storm at sea.
Jesus raised Jairus’ daughter from the dead.
Jesus fed five thousand through the miracle of the multiplication of the loaves and
Jesus said, “I am the Good Shepherd…I lay down my life for My sheep.
The Parable of the Good Samaritan
Jesus taught the Apostles to pray the Our Father.
Jesus heals a crippled man
Jesus raises a widow’s son 15. Jesus founded the Catholic Church, the Kingdom of Heaven on earth. Jesus sent the Holy Spirit to the
Apostles to help them and give them grace. The Church, like Jesus, teaches us about God. Like Jesus, the
Church feeds the poor, cares for the sick, and helps us to know how to act. (CCC 541-542, 731, 857)
Matthew 17: 1-8
Mark 15:33-41 Mark 16:1-8
Acts 2:1-8 Jesus chooses the twelve Apostles
Jesus shows His glory
Jesus gives us the Eucharist
Jesus dies on the cross so that our sins can be forgiven. The Catholic Church is
born when Christ’s Sacred Heart is pierced by sword. The blood and water that
flows from His side represent Baptism and the Holy Eucharist.
Jesus rises from the dead: Jesus overcame death by rising from the dead so that
we can live with Him forever in Heaven.
Pentecost, the coming of the Holy Spirit and the public manifestation of the
Church 16. Jesus is with us through the Church. The Church loves and cares for us the way Jesus does; the
Church teaches us what Jesus taught and helps us to know how to act. Through the Church we
receive the Sacraments, in which Jesus shares His love and strength with us.
(CCC 1086-1087, 1210, 1212)
Acts 9: 1-19 August 6th, 2009
Transfiguration of our Lord Saul’s conversion on coming to know Jesus Diocese of La Crosse Page 9 of 22 Grade 2
II. Sacraments – Celebration of the Christian Mystery
Section two focuses on the Sacraments. Sacraments communicate God’s grace, which unites us with Him and
strengthens us to remain in communion with Him. Through the Sacraments God communicates sanctifying
grace, a share in His Divine Life, out of love for us. We are to approach the Sacraments with expectant faith
and proper dispositions so as to receive the grace that Christ intends to give. Sanctifying grace transforms our
hearts and will lead to a way of life that is lived in imitation of Christ.
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