Monthly Archives: November 2014

Teaching Compassion in a world of Hypocrites

What is Compassion? According to the Merriam Webster Dictionary com·pas·sion noun \kəm-ˈpa-shən\ : a feeling of wanting to help someone who is sick, hungry, in trouble, etc. the entry in the dictionary goes further though  with examples of the word … Continue reading

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Praying in Color???

In my classroom (1st grade religious education) we work a lot on prayer. We Memorize traditional prayers The Our Father The Hail Mary The Glory Be The Sign of the Cross before meals before bed after waking We talk(alot) about … Continue reading

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the Church of Mercy by Pope Francis, a vision for the church

How does one review a book of homilies and letters? How does one comment on the words of the Pope? I will try. For the first time in my catholic life(about half my life) I have read homilies by the … Continue reading

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