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Holy Moments: The Handbook for the Rest of Your Life. Study Guide Part Two Holy Moments Explained

Here are the reflection questions for our Lenten Study on Wednesdays.

Also read Luke 10:25-37 The Parable of the Good Samaritan.

Again the first option is 4:00PM, dinner at 5:15:PM, and the second option is 6:PM. Please be prepared to share a Holy Moment and hear these words:

God loves y'all and so do we!Part Two – Holy Moments Explained

  1. Does anyone want to share a Holy Moment they created or experienced recently or perhaps after reading and reflecting on the prologue or part 1 ? How did it make you feel? How did the other person feel?

  2. On page 34, how was the Good Samaritan predisposed to helping the traveler that day?

  3. On page 35, what is the key to activating Holy Moments?

  4. On pp. 35-41 the Holy Moment definition is broken down into nine parts (see below). Which of these is easiest for you to do? Which is the hardest? ● A Holy Moment is a single moment ● which you open yourself to God ● You make yourself available to Him ● You set aside personal preference... ● You set aside... self-interest● ...and for one moment...● do...● ...what you prayerfully believe...● God is calling you to do.

  5. On p. 41 what do you think about Matthew Kelly’s statement about what happens when we focus on the negative?


  1. On p. 42, what are the ten aspects of our life that matter most? Does anything on this list surprise you or is there one you haven’t thought of before?

  2. Go through the list of everyday examples of Holy Moments on pp. 51-52, which ones strike you? Please explain.

  3. What stood out to you in the Why Do Holy Moments Make Us So Happy section on pp. 53-56?

  4. What do you think of the idea on pp. 58-59 that God uses broken people to create Holy Moments?


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