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Public School 'OD'S BLOG! - October 10, 2014 ... or protect your or your community's interests. Third, debate; and specifically, the known logical fallacies. This is essential in order to know how to think in general. Clear thinking is vital in all endeavours, certainly all responsible jobs. Moreover, if you cannot spot a logical fallacy, you will easily be buffaloed by the unscrupulous into things against your interest. Schools and teachers talk about teaching students how to think, and how not to be taken in. But all this tends to amount ...http://odsblog.blogspot.com/2014/10/public-school.html
UNDERSTANDING the 'NEW EVANGELIZATION' GLORIA OLIVAE - August 10, 2014 ... cardinals. He was speaking over their heads because their hearts were down in the world. The world could hear his parables but could not join him inside the house, as the Apostles did, to hear the meaning of his parables. It was the sure sign of what he suspected all along. That the church has lost her Faith. His three important encyclicals, 'Deus Caritas Est,'' Spes Salvi' and 'Caritas in Veritate' though praised politely, fell on deaf ears. All of Benedict's audiences, writings and talks met ...http://odondecastro.blogspot.com/2014_08_01_archive.html#4538588670185485091
St. Sharbel (Charbel) Makhlouf, Miracle-Worker CATHOLIC FIRE - July 24, 2014 Today, July 24, is the feast day of Saint Sharbel (Charbel) Makhlouf, a Maronite Catholic monk from Lebanon. Sharbel is known for his great devotion to contemplative prayer and has been called "the hermit of Lebanon" and "the Wonder Worker of the East." Saint Sharbel was born in 1828 in the small mountain village of Beqa-Kafra, Lebanon. His family was poor, but pious and had a great devotion to the Blessed Mother. As a child, Sharbel tended the sheep in the fields, where ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2014/07/st-sharbel-charbel-makhlouf-miracle.html
Thank You Father Gerry Pantin CARIBBEAN CATHOLIC - June 23, 2014 ... were assigned to work with SERVOL. Without knowledge of the theory and practice of community development, they adopted the procedure of asking each group "How can we help you?" It is interesting to note that forty (40) years after, SERVOL workers still continue to ask this question of those who come to them for any form of assistance. Having laid the groundwork, SERVOL's aim now was not simply to work for the under-privileged but to get the under-privileged to work for ...http://caribbeancatholic.blogspot.com/2014/06/thank-you-father-gerry-pantin.html