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No Matter What Your Educational Goal is, Be Deliberate

If you have had a chance to read the last blog entry “Choosing College, A Hierarchy” and have had a chance to look over the flow chart, hopefully one of the conclusions you came to was: You have to take ownership of not only your education but your future too. 2,036 more words

What Does Vatican II say? Part 4

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What Does Vatican II say? Part 4

In last week’s article regarding the Sacred Liturgies, we cited “the church must ever preach faith and preach penance; she must prepare them for the sacraments, teach them to observe all that Christ has commanded.” That leads us to another Vatican II document: Gravissimum Educationis or The Declaration on Christian Education. 449 more words

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Six Tips for a Smooth Back-to-School Transition

As a new school and ministry year gets underway, our school and church consultants know there is a lot on your mind. But no need to fret! 426 more words


People Are Changing Churches. Should I?

I recently reposted an article by David Fitch on church cannibalism, that is, how churches often grow at the expense of others. That article may be found… 169 more words

What in the world am I doing?

I never wanted to be a homeschooling parent.  Admittedly, my first thoughts about homeschool are laced with hyperbolic images of socially awkward children sporting haircuts via Mom and flood jeans from hand-me-downs – R – us. 108 more words

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Forgiveness and the Unforgiving Servant - Matthew 18:23-35

Forgiveness is an important message in this Gospel lesson of Matthew 18:23-35.  The fullness of the message of forgiveness conveyed in the Old Testament was first taught in the New Testament by Jesus Christ in His Sermon of the Mount (Mt. 661 more words