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Amoris Laetitia

I have started to read it, about a chapter per day. The way my brain works is I analyze each sentence within itself, and within the paragraph. Reading this is probably bad for my health. Chapter 1 didn’t have much … Continue reading

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I can see how what I said a week ago can be a point of contention.  At some point in a convoluted discussion among several students and the professor I had made the comment that sometimes students may know more … Continue reading

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How to Teach Confirmation Year 2??

That’s my issue to figure out during the summer.  I taught Confirmation 1 this year, and I follow my kids into the following year.  It’s been trying to teach a class that is so mixed: some have Faith, others do … Continue reading

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