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Daily Archives: 17 December 2011
I see elements in the Catholic blogosphere are blaming the president for the parent-kid kissing fiasco at the Minnesota high school. It reminds me of other dimwitted ideas that pass for high school activities. About ten years ago, a death … Continue reading
The fourth fundamental task of catechesis involves the entry into the spiritual life: Communion with Jesus Christ leads the disciples to assume the attitude of prayer and contemplation which the Master himself had. To learn to pray with Jesus is to pray … Continue reading