Faith Reflection: Conscience
Saint Paul wrote that the difference between what we will know in heaven is as great as the difference between what we know now and what we knew when we were children: When I was a child, my speech, feelings, and thinking were all those of a child; now that I am a man, I […]
Theme 1: How do I look? Outcomes Students will value the sacredness of the human body, regardless of appearance identify ways that we can co-operate with God in car- ing for our bodies express ways in which the Incarnation shows the sacredness of the human body respect physical change as integral to God’s creation of us […]
There is no better definition of Love
1 Corinthians 13:4–13:7 4Love is patient; love is kind; love is not envious or boastful or arrogant5or rude. It does not insist on its own way; it is not irritable or resentful;6it does not rejoice in wrongdoing, but rejoices in the truth. 7It bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, endures all things.
Survey: [polldaddy type=”iframe” survey=”6D15FDCCC3F1EF7C” height=”auto” domain=”dsader” id=”whose-truth”] Bible Readings: Skim these Scripture passages. Pick one that appeals to you and summarize its main point, tell how it relates to the theme “Understanding Epistemology”, list one or two thoughts that entered your mind when you read it. The Wealth of Wisdom Proverbs 8:1-10 Nature and Gods […]
The “Doctrine of Discovery” and Terra Nullius: A Catholic Response
Source: http://www.cccb.ca/site/eng/media-room/statements-a-letters/4446-catholic-responses-to-truth-and-reconciliation-commission-call-to-action-48-and-questions-regarding-the-doctrine-of-discovery The Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops regarding the Catholic responds to the Doctrine of Discovery. The text considers and repudiates illegitimate concepts and principles used by Europeans to justify the seizure of land previously held by Indigenous Peoples and often identified by the terms Doctrine of Discovery and terra nullius. Link to A […]
The real subjects in Catholic education are the learners in the sense that wisdom requires that the learners be the primary agents of their own learning. Learners are invited to see for themselves: to be active agents of their learning rather than passive recipients of knowledge. Learners are encouraged to use their whole minds in […]
RS 25/35: Remember the Titans Assignment
Introduction: Read Unequal Access: Canadian Race Relations Canadians tend to think that racism is more prevalent in the United States, but not so much in Canada. The above report seems to say otherwise. Questions: (answer three of the following) What is your reaction to the above information? Did anything surprise you? If so, what? If […]
RS 25: Tuck Everlasting Assignment
Explain how this movie (story) is a parable. What specific characteristics does this story have that meet the criteria of a parable? Be as specific as possible and discuss all the characteristics of a parable. What is the surprise that caught your attention in this parable movie? In other words, what is the “twist”? What […]
The Buddha stressed the importance of right association. He said that people cannot find the truth unless the people they spend time with also seek the truth. Think of a situation where a person’s decisions are affected by the people around them. Describe a real or made up situation.
Hinduism has many gods. Three of them are Brahma, Shiva, and Vishnu. Brahma is known as the Creator. The universe and all creatures in it came from him. Vishnu is known as the Preserver. Associated with truth and righteousness, he maintains order. Shiva is the Destroyer. Shiva’s destruction leads to good, as he removes impurity. […]