You Send Your Children to Catholic Schools to: (A) Become More Inclusive; or (B) Learn Church Teaching

Why do you send your children to Catholic schools?  Is it to: (A)  Learn tolerance and inclusiveness, accepting all ideas and lifestyles equally, regarding all as on an even playing field. (B)  Learn from their drama teacher how others feel by play-acting their lifestyles on "Rainbow Appreciation Day." (C)  Learn from their social studies teacher that all religions have something to offer, and all are equally true. (D)  Learn from their science teacher that religion is bunk. (E)  Learn from … [Read more...]

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Feline Spirituality: Lessons Learned from Christopher’s Cat

  "For he purrs in thankfulness when God tells him he's a good cat." Eighteenth-century English poet Christopher Smart was a complex man. A gifted poet and writer, a successful magazine editor and composer of music for the theatre, Smart was nonetheless known for excessive drinking and reckless spending. He suffered from a religious mania that compelled him to continuous prayer. His good friend, poet Samuel Johnson, commenting on that aspect of his personality, wrote, "My poor friend … [Read more...]

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