by Jennifer Manning
This year my 11th grade Morality students are reading Making Choices: Practical Wisdom for Everyday Moral Decisions by Peter Kreeft. The opening paragraph of the book reads, in part, “…our civilization is dying because its fundamental foundation and building block,...Read more +
by Sarah Metts
On October 14th the Church celebrates the feast day of one of the greatest of all Spanish saints. A mystic, Carmelite reformer, prolific writer, and the first woman declared a doctor of the Church—St. Teresa of Avila.
Blessed with physical beauty,...Read more +
by Melissa Overmyer
by Jenny Uebbing
Life from the moment of conception until the moment of natural death. Life-long commitment within the marriage relationship. Openness to life within marriage. Support for life...Read more +
by Deb OHara-Rusckowski
An “Extraordinary General Assembly Synod” focused on the family has convened in Rome. What does this mean? Why do Pope Francis and the bishops feel this is needed?
If you simply listen to popular media networks you might be lead to...Read more +
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