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<ul><li> 1. Virtual IntegritySister Geralyn Schmidt</li></ul> <p> 2. Catholic World View1. God as Trinity2. Action of the Holy Spirit3. Jesus as Gods Son4. Meaning of life5. Church as community 3. Catholic World View6. Presence of God7. The Cross8. Human beings9. Proclaim love10. Social conditions 4. What are virtues? Whatever is true, whatever is honorable,whatever is just, whatever is pure, whatever islovely, whatever is gracious, if there is anyexcellence, if there is anything worthy ofpraise, think about these things. (CCC 1803) 5. What are virtues? A virtue is a habitual and firm disposition to do thegood. It allows the person not only to perform goodacts, but to give the best of himself. The virtuousperson tends toward the good with all his sensoryand spiritual powers; he pursues the good andchooses it in concrete actions. (CCC 1803) 6. Why Practice Virtues? Happiness Decide how to live How people respond to us 7. Internalizing a Virtue Awareness Understanding Action Reflection 8. The Virtue of Faith Faith is the theological virtue by which we believe inGod and believe all that he has said and revealed tous, and that Holy Church proposes for our belief,because he is truth itself. By faith man freelycommits his entire self to God. For this reason thebeliever seeks to know and do Gods will. (CCC 1814) Skillfully developed media 9. The Virtue of Hope Hope is the theological virtue by which we desire thekingdom of heaven and eternal life as our happiness,placing our trust in Christs promises and relying noton our own strength, but on the help of the grace ofthe Holy Spirit. Let us hold fast the confession of ourhope without wavering, for he who promised isfaithful. (CCC 1817) Inspiration 10. Virtue of Charity Charity is the theological virtue by which we love Godabove all things for his own sake, and our neighbor asourselves for the love of God. (CCC 1822) The practice of all the virtues is animated and inspiredby charity, which binds everything together in perfectharmony; it is the form of the virtues; it articulatesand orders them among themselves; it is the sourceand the goal of their Christian practice. Charity upholdsand purifies our human ability to love, and raises it tothe supernatural perfection of divine love. (CCC 1827) Motivated by and relevant to experience 11. Virtue of Prudence Prudence is the virtue that disposes practicalreason to discern our true good in everycircumstance and to choose the right means ofachieving it; the prudent man looks where heis going. (CCC 1806) Attitude Awareness 12. Virtue of Justice Justice is the moral virtue that consists in theconstant and firm will to give their due to God andneighbor. Justice toward God is called the virtue ofreligion. Justice toward men disposes one to respectthe rights of each and to establish in humanrelationships the harmony that promotes equity withregard to persons and to the common good. The justman, often mentioned in the Sacred Scriptures, isdistinguished by habitual right thinking and theuprightness of his conduct toward his neighbor. (CCC1807) 13. Virtue of Justice Dignity of the human person Psalm 8 Actions 14. Virtue of TemperanceTemperance is the moral virtue that moderates the attractionof pleasures and provides balance in the use of created goods.It ensures the wills mastery over instincts and keeps desireswithin the limits of what is honorable. The temperate persondirects the sensitive appetites toward what is good andmaintains a healthy discretion: Do not follow your inclinationand strength, walking according to the desires of your heart.Temperance is often praised in the Old Testament: Do notfollow your base desires, but restrain your appetites. In theNew Testament it is called moderation or sobriety. Weought to live sober, upright, and godly lives in this world.Creates a world wide view that is catholic that searches thewhole (CCC1809) 15. Virtue of Temperance Balance use of media Inter Mirifica 16. Virtue of Fortitude Fortitude is the moral virtue that ensures firmness indifficulties and constancy in the pursuit of the good.It strengthens the resolve to resist temptations andto overcome obstacles in the moral life. The virtue offortitude enables one to conquer fear, even fear ofdeath, and to face trials and persecutions. It disposesone even to renounce and sacrifice his life in defenseof a just cause. (CCC 1808) Honesty - Integrity 17. What is Integrity? Definition Integrity requires that we allow ourfaith to shape every aspect of lifepublic as well as private. 18. Why Important? Success factor Moral decisions Scripture Psalm 15:1-2 Proverbs 28:6 Titus 2:7-8 1 Corinthians 10:31 Hebrews 4:12 19. What integrity is NOT Not perfect King David 20. Societal Opportunities Lying, cheating, stealing and lust Compromise beliefs Tempting the Click 21. Integrity Theft Online battle Attracting other to do wrong online Issue of the heart 22. Real World vs. Online World Lure Not real Identity Anonymity Addictive 23. Seven Habits of Online Integrity Refreshing your values Name them Apply values to onlineactions What does Bible say? 24. Seven Habits of Online Integrity Pledge Personal Integrity Job 31:1 I have made a covenant with my eyes Individual, family 25. Seven Habits of Online Integrity Seek trusted accountability Friends Confessor 26. Seven Habits of Online Integrity Apply Technology Training Computer Security 27. Seven Habits of Online Integrity Balance online and offline life Know when to unplug 28. Seven Habits of Online Integrity Practice Humble Authenticity Know when to unplug 29. Seven Habits of Online Integrity Becoming a Cyber Ambassador for Good Your words count! 30. Technology Examination of Conscience</p>