The aptly-named “Called to be More” curriculum supplement for high school religion classes does a fine job of exploring the big questions that young people face: “Who am I?” “Who is God?” “How am I called to live?” Rooted in Theology of the Body and Christian anthropology, “Called to be More” presents a Catholic view of human dignity, freedom and truth, and the meaning of life that stands as a sign of contradiction to the dominant view in the world today. Each lesson plan is a complete package, including suggested activities and movie clips, making it easy for any teacher to use it. It is my hope that many will do so.