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26th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Cycle C LORD, IF YOU WILL (SUNDAYS AND SOLEMNITIES) - September 25, 2016 The other day, during class, as I was teaching, I had a very famous picture of St. Jerome in one of my power point slides. On his desk, however, was a skull, and I asked the students if they knew why a saint, who spent most of his life translating the Bible, would have a skull on his desk. After many strange answers, they finally realized it was a way in which to remind him of death and, therefore, motivate him, more or less, in life. ...http://lordifyouwill.blogspot.com/2016/09/26th-sunday-in-ordinary-time-cycle-c.html

Benedictine Women Service Corps Volunteer Erin Carey's Fun Experiences in Mount Saint Benedict, Erie, Penn. SISTERS OF SAINT BENEDICT'S MONASTERY - September 22, 2016  BWSC participant Erin Carey I've learned many things after moving into Mount Saint Benedict in Erie, Penn. While I've only been here for three weeks, I've compiled a list of what I've learned so far. Most people are not as excited about planes taking off as I appeared to be on my first flight. While looking around excitedly as we rose into the air, looking for someone to share my joy and awe, the man next to me was already asleep and the woman next to ...http://stbensisters.blogspot.com/2016/09/bwsc-participant-erin-careys-fun.html

School Memories During the Turbulent Vatican II Years CRISIS MAGAZINE - September 16, 2016 ... to God's messenger who had descended to give a report of earthly doings and what Heaven wanted done henceforth. We attended Mass in Latin, sang hymns in Latin and studied Latin. Our quietly spoken, yet determined teacher Mother Conleth, managed to convey to us that conjugating verbs in Latin and translation, was essential to any kind of semi-decent life on earth. She would begin each class with Salve puellae ("Hello girls") and then get down to business. Not to do one's Latin ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CrisisMagazine/~3/sHXW2eehr-k/school-memories-turbulent-vatican-ii-years

Bethany's BWSC Experience-First Day in Bristow, VA SISTERS OF SAINT BENEDICT'S MONASTERY - September 15, 2016 ... from and ask them to follow who we are without any attempt from us to learn about them. Monday morning, September 12 th , I start my first official day in the classroom, A deer out on the monastery lawn leading class all by myself! I am a bit nervous and feeling a little underprepared, but I think after my first time of just doing it on my own I will start to get the hang of it. With all my love, Bethany ...http://stbensisters.blogspot.com/2016/09/bethanys-bwsc-experience-first-day-in.html

Just a Little Window Into My Brain Right Now ;-) LIFE OF A CATHOLIC LIBRARIAN - September 13, 2016 ... doing, I'm having a difficult time managing it. Teaching is performing in a sense, and for an introvert, it's very exhausting. But I can handle that. For the most part. ;-) I've been really tired, but I'm making it. Here's the thing though: it's *everything else.* My daily schedule is so frenzied between actively teaching, putting out small fires that come up during class with confused students and technology problems abounding, preparing for the next week's ...http://www.lifeofacatholiclibrarian.com/2016/09/just-little-window-into-my-brain-right.html

Kick-Starting Your Prayer Life AGGIE CATHOLIC BLOG - September 12, 2016 All of us have difficulties with prayer and we have to understand this is normal. Prayer takes a lot of work, even to get to the point of being OK at it. In many ways prayer is like any other relationship. Many of us start out basing it, in many ways, on good experiences and emotions. This, as in a romantic relationship, is a good thing, because it helps bring two people closer together. But, real love can only be fostered once we stop ...http://www.aggiecatholicblog.org/2016/09/kick-starting-your-prayer-life/

Jesus, Model Teacher for Instructors and Catechists CATHOLIC HOTDISH - September 1, 2016 ... faith formation groups. The main focus of education rightfully belongs on the students, but it is also a high priority to reflect on the role of those who facilitate the learning process, teachers and catechists. In education, a teacher who is experienced, highly effective, and an expert at training new teachers is a "Master Teacher." Jesus explained that these attributes belong to him when he told his disciples, "You call me 'teacher' and 'master,' and rightly so, for indeed ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CatholicHotdish/~3/3kXIVn3EP7Y/

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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