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  1. Jun 10, 2019 · What are the seven gifts of the Holy Spirit? The seven gifts of the Holy Spirit are, according to Catholic Tradition, wisdom, understanding, counsel, fortitude, knowledge, piety, and fear of God. The standard interpretation has been the one that St. Thomas Aquinas worked out in the thirteenth century in his Summa Theologiae:

  2. Apr 17, 2019 · The Catholic Church recognizes seven gifts of the Holy Spirit; a listing of these gifts is found in Isaiah 11:2-3. (Saint Paul writes of "manifestations of the Spirit" in 1 Corinthians 12:7-11, and some Protestants use that list to come up with nine gifts of the Holy Spirit, but these are not the same as the ones recognized by the Catholic Church.)

  3. Knowledge: helps us to know God. Piety : proper reverence for God, helps us obey God out of love. Fear of the Lord : proper disdain for sin and awe of God’s goodness and love.

  4. The gifts mentioned here are seven motivational spiritual gifts. Each Christian receives one at the time of salvation, and it is the tool through which God works in him or her to see needs and to do something to meet them. These gifts equip believers to take a vital role in the Church.

  5. Jan 22, 2021 · Whether you are preparing your students for Confirmation or just wish to introduce them to the seven gifts of the Holy Spirit, here are some ideas for short activities. You can have your students do each one as a part of a single lesson or spread them out over a series of weeks to begin, end, or fill up extra time in your lessons.

  6. Apr 29, 2018 · The Spirit is made manifest or visibly evident in our midst whenever the gifts are in use. Spiritual gifts are the presence of the Spirit himself coming to relatively clear, even dramatic, expression in the way we do ministry. “Spiritual gifts are the presence of the Spirit himself coming to relatively clear, even dramatic, expression.”

  7. These seven gifts were given to us by the Holy Spirit the day we stood before the altar to be confirmed. Of all the gifts we received that day, these seven are the greatest of them all. Unlike material gifts, these gifts are meant to last a lifetime; they never go out of style, they never tarnish, break, or need to be replaced.