Wednesday, April 24, 2019

PREP for GAME 26

SOME BIG CHANGES:

NO TESTS, NO SIMULATOR SMALL GROUP DISCUSSIONS. We just finish the sheet and start playing, from start to finish only one hour.


1.) Scriptural Readings: Your daily readings will be readings from the Daily Missal. You can get them electronically from this link: http://www.usccb.org/bible/readings/041719.cfm

(For those guys who struggle with reading, it is also available as an audio recording. If you sign up these readings will just go to your email. IF YOU GO TO DAILY MASS YOU WILL GET THESE READINGS AUTOMATICALLY!)

2.) Prayer stays the same: Keep a log of your prayer life. At least 10 minutes of prayer a day. This can include:

- Normal 'talking to God' prayer.
- The Rosary
- The Jesus Prayer
Remember to rate how focused you were during prayer. If it was good, it counts as a full 1, if it was so-so, give yourself a half, and if you were not focused at all, a 0.

3.) The Simulator: From our skateboarding-Cloak-of-Zeal-priest, Father Mark Goring. His video is entitled: Catholicism Lite


Question: Do you really want to be a saint? What kind of Catholicism will you need to get you there?

4.) Keep notes on Righteousness. How well did you follow through on your faith during the week?
What was main victories. Defeats?

5.)  Going to Mass: If you received the Eucharist during Mass you have your soul fully restored. If you are prevented from receiving the Eucharist because of a mortal sin, well, then... get off your behind and go to confession!

6.) Have profile sheet, dice (two six-sided dice), pencil and eraser ready.

Refitted for closer knowledge, so that the image of God who created him was his pattern (St. Augustine 'The Confessions')

Wednesday, April 17, 2019

PREP for GAME 25 (BIG CHANGES TO THE GAME)

SOME BIG CHANGES:

- NO TESTS, NO SIMULATOR SMALL GROUP DISCUSSIONS. We just finish the sheet and start playing, from start to finish only one hour.


1.) Scriptural Readings: Your daily readings will be readings from the Daily Missal. You can get them electronically from this link: http://www.usccb.org/bible/readings/041719.cfm

(For those guys who struggle with reading, it is also available as an audio recording. If you sign up these readings will just go to your email. IF YOU GO TO DAILY MASS YOU WILL GET THESE READINGS AUTOMATICALLY!)

2.) Prayer stays the same: Keep a log of your prayer life. At least 10 minutes of prayer a day. This can include:

- Normal 'talking to God' prayer.
- The Rosary
- The Jesus Prayer
Remember to rate how focused you were during prayer. If it was good, it counts as a full 1, if it was so-so, give yourself a half, and if you were not focused at all, a 0.

3.) The Simulator: From our skateboarding-Cloak-of-Zeal-priest, Father Mark Goring. His video is entitled: What bugs the devil?



Question: What Fruit/Gift of the Spirit is he talking about? Which one of our players actually possesses this?

4.) Keep notes on Righteousness. How well did you follow through on your faith during the week?
What was main victories. Defeats?

5.)  Going to Mass: If you received the Eucharist during Mass you have your soul fully restored. If you are prevented from receiving the Eucharist because of a mortal sin, well, then... get off your behind and go to confession!

6.) Have profile sheet, dice (two six-sided dice), pencil and eraser ready.

Refitted for closer knowledge, so that the image of God who created him was his pattern (St. Augustine 'The Confessions')

Wednesday, April 10, 2019

PREP for GAME 24

Remember to check out this video on how to SET-UP YOUR PROFILE SHEET BEFORE THE GAME EVEN BEGINS! (you can always find this video in the INFORMATION PAGE at MAIN LINKS------->) 

ALSO: Remember to keep track of you Lent Challenge! Can you beat Star Lord with his struggle with chocolate? He who fails LEAST wins! 

(Of course, don't forget the more meaningful sacrifices, prayers and charities. This challenge is just for fun.)

1.) Scriptural Readings: Break chapter 13 of THE PROVERBS into small chunks (about 2-3 verses in size each). Feel free to read other parts of the Bible if you finish it quickly.
Read one chunk per day. You must aim to have read them before we play on Wednesday. There is A LOT of wisdom in these passages, so read carefully.

ALSO: SHARE YOUR FAVOURITE VERSE (from THIS reading) WITH US NEXT TIME!

2.) Prayer: Keep a log of your prayer life. At least 10 minutes of prayer a day. This can include:

- Normal 'talking to God' prayer.
- The Rosary
- The Jesus Prayer
Remember to rate how focused you were during prayer. If it was good, it counts as a full 1, if it was so-so, give yourself a half, and if you were not focused at all, a 0.

3.) The Simulator: From one of the most courageous priests I've followed: Father Mark Goring. His video is entitled: St. Joseph the Watchman


Question: Explain the title of the video AND list some of the spiritual warfare weapons we have in our arsenal, according to Father Mark.

4.) Keep notes on Righteousness. How well did you follow through on your faith during the week?
What was main victories. Defeats?

5.)  Going to Mass: If you received the Eucharist during Mass you have your soul fully restored. If you are prevented from receiving the Eucharist because of a mortal sin, well, then... get off your behind and go to confession!

6.) Have profile sheet, dice (two six-sided dice), pencil and eraser ready.

Refitted for closer knowledge, so that the image of God who created him was his pattern (St. Augustine 'The Confessions')

Wednesday, April 3, 2019

PREP for GAME 23

Remember to check out this video on how to SET-UP YOUR PROFILE SHEET BEFORE THE GAME EVEN BEGINS! (you can always find this video in the INFORMATION PAGE at MAIN LINKS------->) 

ALSO: Remember to keep track of you Lent Challenge! Can you beat Star Lord with his struggle with chocolate? He who fails LEAST wins! (Of course, don't forget the more meaningful sacrifices, prayers and charities. This challenge is just for fun.)

1.) Scriptural Readings: Break chapter 12 of THE PROVERBS into small chunks (about 2-3 verses in size each). Feel free to read other parts of the Bible if you finish it quickly.
Read one chunk per day. You must aim to have read them before we play on Wednesday. There is A LOT of wisdom in these passages, so read carefully.

ALSO: SHARE YOUR FAVOURITE VERSE (from THIS reading) WITH US NEXT TIME!

2.) Prayer: Keep a log of your prayer life. At least 10 minutes of prayer a day. This can include:

- Normal 'talking to God' prayer.
- The Rosary
- The Jesus Prayer
Remember to rate how focused you were during prayer. If it was good, it counts as a full 1, if it was so-so, give yourself a half, and if you were not focused at all, a 0.

3.) The Simulator: A different video by the Franciscan Friars?! Mixin' things up at Saint's Quest!






Question:What does 'Going all in' mean for you as a Catholic? What is our number 1 inspiration and example of 'going all in'?


4.) Keep notes on Righteousness. How well did you follow through on your faith during the week?
What was main victories. Defeats?

5.)  Going to Mass: If you received the Eucharist during Mass you have your soul fully restored. If you are prevented from receiving the Eucharist because of a mortal sin, well, then... get off your behind and go to confession!

6.) Have profile sheet, dice (two six-sided dice), pencil and eraser ready.
Refitted for closer knowledge, so that the image of God who created him was his pattern (St. Augustine 'The Confessions')

SAINT'S QUEST IS UP AND RUNNING AGAIN

same time

Wednesdays at 2:45 pm - 4:30 pm