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What can a Catechist learn from St. Thomas More?

One of the most significant attributes we find in the lives of the Saints is their undying devotion to God the Father regardless of the circumstances placed in front of them. This loving and heroic characteristic is affirmed by the Son of God Jesus Christ who exemplified a martyr’s death for the sake of God’s children. The...

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The Danger of Teaching False Mercy

One of the primal gifts we as parents offer our children is unconditional love. Because of the unique bond we hold with our children the natural order of things is to care and nurture them to the best of our abilities because they are our children our own flesh and blood. A unique but important way of understanding our role as...

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How Should a Catechist Respond to Amoris Laetitia?

By now many of us have had the opportunity to either read Amoris Laetitia (Love in the Family) or more realistically review and ponder the multiple commentaries and opinion pieces on Pope Francis’s Post Synodal Apostolic Exhortation. One of the most striking things to consider about this document is its catechetical...

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