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These Montessori-inspired principles work with teens and adults, in all sorts of subjects
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A glimpse of how Catholic community life could be so much better.
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These kids don’t just know the Bible, the Catechism, and Church history. They know how to think.
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How does your time line up with your goals? What kinds of activities do you find most refreshing and rewarding?
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The answer is no, and here’s why.
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Sports are a great way to “get in shape.” What shape is my soul taking as a result of this sport?
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It’s not your job to turn your son into a future priest. It’s your job to teach your son to answer God’s call, whatever it might be.
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Marriage is where priests come from. It is normal and natural that priests would, in turn, have something to give back.
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We don’t have to settle for the survivor’s option. We can open ourselves up to the Redeemer’s Option.
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When you love your crucifixion so much you refuse your resurrection, you just end up rotten and stinking and lying in a hole.
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Price gouging is the act of choosing to profit off someone else’s life-and-death desperation rather than to show generosity.
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Humanae Vitae is right and the world is wrong. So may I advise you not to ask such questions?
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Every culture has its blind spots: Moral failings we are not only unwilling to see, but that we are virtually unable to see.
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What will the next edition of The Catechism likely have to say about the use of artificial wombs?
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Jennifer Fitz is the author of Classroom Management for Catechists from Liguori Publications, and a contributor to numerous Catholic books, magazines, and online publications.  Find her online at JenniferFitz.com.