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Ch. 16

Respecting Others

The Lord's Prayer reminds us that God is always ready to forgive us.
We pray for the strength to forgive others as God forgives us.
If we do not treat othes with respect we must make up for our actions.
We experience God's peace when we forgive others.
The Church guides us in knowing how to forgive others.
When we are unwilling to forgive others it is a sign of our selfishness.
Peace is a calm, good feeling of being together with God and others.
Pope St. John Paul the second believed that his prayers to Mary helped save him after he was shot.
A parable is a story that teaches us a moral or religious lesson.
We are called to forgive every time.
In the Lord's Prayer what words do we pray to ask for God's mercy? forgive us our trespasses.
In the parable of the Unforgiving Servant, the servant was jailed because he did not forgive a debt after his own debt had been forgiven.
We are called to forgive even the greatest wrongs.
The parable of the Unforgiving Servant teaches us to forgive everyone from our hearts.
What can we do to learn about God's forgiveness? listen to Jesus' teachings.
What did Pope St. John Paul say happens when we offer someone forgiveness? We receive peace.
It is wrong to damage the good name of another person.
Gossip is harmful to a person's reputation, especially when it is a lie.
Reparation is making up for our words or actions that hurt another person.
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