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Lesson 6:

We Respect
our Parents
and Elders
Fourth Commandment

Session 1: Filial Piety and Ancestor


Veneration
Third Quarter l SY 2015-2016

To Do:
Watch a video about what Halloween is
Connect Halloween with All Souls Day
What is Ancestor Veneration? - a video
on filial piety
Discuss how these are connected to
the fourth commandment

Halloween - Why do we
have this spooky night?

How about for us Christians


in the Philippines?

We pray for all our departed and


remember all the Saints in
Heaven.

In families
Honor our
departed
ancestors

In the Mass for the


Ancestors
Honor the
memory and
heritage of
our family
and friends

Our beloved
ancestors...
through their
lives, they have
brought us
closer to our
GOD

Remember
Celebrate
Believe

Paul Xu Guangqi

a great friend of Fr. Matteo Ricci, SJ

Fr. Jean Desautels, S.J.

Fr. Ismael Zuloaga, SJ

Remember
GODs
goodness

in your own beloved family

Remember
them for
giving you...
good character,
a reputable name,
and a bright future.

Remember

GOD
goodness that can be seen,
goodness that can be heard,
goodness that can be felt
in these beloved people

Celebrate with hope...

Believe in faith...

We
remain as
FAMILY
Receive what is
good.
Pass on what is
good.

We remain as
FAMILY
carry on our

ancestors

dreams and values...

Heritage
of Love

...learning the difficult lessons our


ancestors can teach us by their
lives of love

Group Discussion

What can you say about the father's


actions towards his mother? How did
the son react to his father's actions?

What does the video teach us about


honoring and loving our parents?

We remain as
FAMILY
receive then and
pass on the

HERITAGE OF
LOVE

The Catholic Rite for


Ancestor Veneration
How will we pray for our ancestors?

Parts of the Catholic Rite for


Ancestor Veneration

Introduction and Opening Prayer


Word of God: Gospel of St.
Matthew (5:1-12), The Beatitudes
Rite of Veneration (Lighting of
Incense and Reverential Bows)

Filial piety is shown in our love for our


parents, elders, and ancestors.

This is one of the messages of the


fourth commandment.

Sources
GS Module for Ancestor Veneration
Keynote on the Homily for the Ancestor
Veneration (2013).

Lesson 6: We Respect our


Parents and Elders
Fourth Commandment

Session 1: Filial Piety and Ancestor Veneration


Third Quarter l SY 2014-2015