Monthly Archives: September 2012

Don’t Judge Me!

It is common, in our society today, to hear that “Jesus loves everyone” and “Jesus said not to judge” and I see it all the time in the classroom.  While both those statements are essentially true there is too often … Continue reading

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Battling Moral Relativism

There are pros and cons to teaching the older grades, as I am quickly finding out.  On the upside I have really enjoyed the higher level thinking and depth of discussion, with my class of sixteen/seventeen year olds, that you … Continue reading

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Are You Really Catholic?

Do Catholics even know what it even means to be Catholic anymore? Do we even know what we believe in, or is it all just a personal opinion?  I say this because after watching several days worth of the Democratic … Continue reading

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