I came up with this list, which is not exhaustive. What do you truly believe?
Do you believe that what you believe defines who you are?
In God, in Jesus Christ our Savior, and in the Holy Spirit
In the dignity of every human being – made in God’s image
That Jesus is truly physically present in the Eucharist
In the power of prayer and in miracles
That God communicates with us in whispers and in booms
In the power of love to transform and uphold
In the healing power of forgiveness
That humans should be loved and things should be used – not vice versa
That knowledge is power and ignorance is not necessarily bliss
God alone gives true joy and true peace
That every child can learn
That there is good somewhere in every person
In everything the Catholic Church teaches as instructed from the Pope
That God is faithful and ever present to His faithful
When I was brainstorming, my mind was drawn back to a song we used to sing at school masses as a child:
It brought a smile to my face.
I believe in the sun, even when it isn’t shining
I believe in love, even when there’s no one there;
and I believe in God; I believe in God,
even when God is silent.
I believe in miracles, I believe in light.
I believe there can always be a way,
I believe that nothing is impossible,
I believe that nothing is impossible;
That all things are possible with God.
I believe in the Son of God; I believe His Way.
I believe He can lead us to the light,
I believe that He is calling us,
I believe that He is calling us;
And He will lead us on our way.
by Carey Landry