Tag: freedom

  • Freedom of Conscience, Tudor Style

    Read and respond to Freedom of Conscience, Tudor Style by Sean Murphy. Write a post in your iblog in which you demonstrate an understanding of the main point(s), relates an idea(s) from the reading to another text(s), offer your own arguments – agreeing or disagreeing with the points in the reading – with supporting evidence. Consider […]

  • Be Loving

    Theme 1: What is love? Outcomes Students will examine and evaluate their understanding of love analyze Scripture pas- sages where Christ models love explore the Christian dimensions of love within the context of popular notions of love analyze ways they love others because they love themselves articulate what it means to be loved and to love […]

  • Be Faithful

    Theme 1: What do I really believe? Outcomes Students will articulate ways that relationships based on faith are reasonable express what it means to have a relationship with God through Jesus describe how faith in Jesus Christ challenges them to love and respect others Key Concepts “Hear, O Israel, the Lord our God is one Lord…” […]

  • Gender Roles

    https://w2.vatican.va/content/dam/francesco/pdf/apost_exhortations/documents/papa-francesco_esortazione-ap_20160319_amoris-laetitia_en.pdf   Paragraph 286 from Amoris Laetitia   286. Nor can we ignore the fact that the configuration of our own mode of being, whether as male or female, is not simply the result of biological or genetic factors, but of multiple elements having to do with temperament, family history, culture, experience, education, the influence […]

  • Tradition

    The fundamental source of human knowledge is encounter with the world and its history through experience. The guiding intent for the curriculum is to educate people to become fully alive and free human beings. In a Catholic context this source and this guiding intent both point to the experience of the community, an experience where […]

  • Reverence

    “May the God of Hope fill you with all joy and peace in believing.” – Romans 15:13 How have I been attentive to God’s voice in my life? How can we liberate each other on our journey? How does receiving the Eucharist contribute liberating grace for my journey? Freedom is wide open friendship with God […]

  • The Fall of Masada

    Masada is an oblong mountain in Israel, near the Dead Sea. It has steep sides but an almost flat top and a panoramic view of the land around it. In 70 C.E., Jerusalem was conquered by a Roman army, and the temple was destroyed. A group of about 1,000 Jewish resisters, called Zealots, fled Jerusalem […]