We had no clue what we were getting into.
We only knew that a woman needed help moving from her rental home, which had been damaged by fire eight weeks earlier. 284 more words
… said no RE teacher ever.
In this post I will be discussing the so-called “right to withdraw” children from Religious Education, in schools. I know there are some RE teachers on both sides of the debate, but my views on this one are fairly strong. 1,527 more words
Today we Blue Knights went to church and prayed for fallen soldiers who gave their lives for us to worship freely in America. We also asked Deacon Kevin to bless our shields as we begin our next year as Knights, learning the trials of missionary life on Tuesday. 80 more words
Chicago native, Joe Paprocki, National Consultant for Faith Formation at Loyola Press, was the first speaker my husband and I listened to when we arrived at the Buffalo Convention Center Monday afternoon. 819 more words
A remote hamlet in the Australian bush. A boy lies, telling people that be has seen cave—paintings. Whilst the rest of the hamlet’s folk go on an annual outing, the boy and his friends have to accompany the schoolmistress to the caves to see the painting — which didn’t exist as he’d told a lie. 402 more words
A girl is sent to her aunt’s for holiday – she in given part of her aunt’s letter with the address on – but reads, below it the words ‘I don’t want her’ –so shed spends a week on her own in the woods as a runaway. 191 more words