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Course Evaluations BETHUNE CATHOLIC - July 15, 2016 ... students overthink their answers. Aren't the purposes of quizzes to boost grades? Not hand out free 0's? Besides the fact that quizzes are not given to "boost grades", does the student even understand the irony of his own complaint? Another complaint was that the test questions were not the same as problems we worked in class or on the homework. I always try to impress upon the students that we don't want simple regurgitation. We teach the ...http://bethunecatholic.blogspot.com/2016/07/course-evaluations.html

Blessed Maria Romero Meneses: Social Apostle of Costa Rica CATHOLIC FIRE - July 7, 2016 ... violin. At the age of twelve, Maria became very ill with a serious form of rheumatic fever that paralyzed her for six months. She was not worried, however, but put all her confidence in Mary, Help of Christians and was cured through her intercession. At twenty-one, she joined the Daughters of Mary Help of Christians (Salesian Sisters) and made her final profession in 1929. Two years later, she was sent to San Jose, Costa Rica. She taught music, drawing and typing to the girls from wealthy ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2016/07/blessed-maria-romero-meneses-social.html

On the Relationship Between Catholicism and Science CRISIS MAGAZINE - June 15, 2016 At the end of a class in early March, one of my students raised his hand and asked if there was any homework in ethics class. I was somewhat confused by the inquiry, since the student was currently not taking ethics. When he saw the expression of confusion on my face, he responded, "You know, in religion. Is there any homework in religion?" Finally, it clicked for me. This young man is currently in my moral theology class, ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CrisisMagazine/~3/NArzDAZNv08/relationship-catholicism-science

Roots. Revival. And Why the Holy Spirit Has Me in Texas. STORIES - June 13, 2016 As I closed my eyes in prayer, I saw this striking image of an invisible hand uprooting a great tree. Dirt and dust clung to the roots as the invisible hand pulled it from the ground. Then I saw water, rushing through the weaves and tangles in the roots, washing away the dirt and dust, and leaving the tree, floating detached from its last remembrance of home. The tree hung mid-air, the wind blew between it's roots. Alone. Then, with one, decisive action, the invisible ...http://torifharris.blogspot.com/2016/06/roots-revival-and-why-holy-spirit-has.html

Students Recite Lord's Prayer at Graduation After School District Cuts It CREATIVE MINORITY REPORT - May 26, 2016 This is pretty awesome. The graduating class at East Liverpool High School in Ohio has sang the Lord's Prayer for 70 years at graduation. But the school district cut the tradition after the nutjobs at the Freedom From Religion Foundation's complained and threatened a lawsuit. But when class valedictorian Jonathan Montgomery went to speak, the entire class rose and recited the Lord's ...http://www.creativeminorityreport.com/2016/05/students-recite-lords-prayer-at.html

Mount Angel Seminary Celebrates 127th Commencement Exercises MOUNT ANGEL SEMINARY JOURNALISM - May 24, 2016 ... students, faculty, staff, family, and friends of the seminary gathered with the monastic community to celebrate the Baccalaureate Mass in the Abbey Church. The Reverend Stephen Clovis, Vice-President for Administration and Director of Pastoral Formation, served as the principal celebrant and delivered the homily. Myrna Keough and the Seminary Liturgical Choir provided music for the Mass, which included Kevin Allen's polyphonic composition of "Domine Non Sum Dignus." Fr. Clovis ...http://masjournalism.blogspot.com/2016/05/mount-angel-seminary-celebrates-127th.html

You Probably Don't Even Want to Ask :0 LIFE OF A CATHOLIC LIBRARIAN - April 19, 2016 ... single weeknight had an activity in it. Don't get me wrong, they were fun activities: the ballet , a visit with out of town family, dance rehearsal. All fabulous. Then there was the other stuff. The first day above 50 degrees since back in the fall, and guess who had to work on Saturday afternoon? *weakly raises hand* I don't normally have to work on the weekends, but we all have to pitch in on a handful of undesirable shifts over the course of the semester, and Saturday was one of mine. Lucky ...http://www.lifeofacatholiclibrarian.com/2016/04/you-probably-dont-even-want-to-ask-0.html

EASTER & PENTECOST OCTAVES (including Fasting and Abstinence) FR HUNWICKE'S MUTUAL ENRICHMENT - March 28, 2016 Before the series of rolling reforms which began under Pius XII, the great Octaves of Easter and Pentecost did not contain undifferentiated days. What I mean is: Monday and Tuesday were more special than the rest of the week. They were Doubles of the First Class, while the remaining days were only semidoubles and could admit commemorations. Students of the Book of Common Prayer will remember thathttp://liturgicalnotes.blogspot.com/2016/03/easter-pentecost-octaves-including.html