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Read This. Watch That.
Spring is here and, hopefully, a chance to sit in the sunshine and catch up on some reading. Too chilly? Then sit by a window and enjoy the sunshine. Either… Read More
Talking About Race And Racism With Children
Below are some resources compiled by The Leadership Institute for discussing race and racism. Below are some resources we have compiled for discussing race and racism. When using these books… Read More
Pope says elderly people are a resource and a wealth
Speaking to the National Association of Senior Workers in December 2019, Pope Francis delivered the following address: Dear brothers and sisters, I am pleased to meet you on the occasion… Read More
Can You Say Hero?
Mr. Rogers has been the news lately. Though he’s been gone for years, his name keeps coming up because the new feature film, starring Tom Hanks, is a hit. Many… Read More
Helping Children Struggling with Anxiety
The National Institute of Mental Health and one of the world’s top anxiety researchers says that for most kids, feelings of worry won’t last, but for some, they will —… Read More
How Well Do You Know the Class of 2023?
How Well Do You Know the Freshman Class of 2023? Every year, the Mindset list is published about the incoming college freshman. It began as a project to prepare college… Read More
The New Battle: Parents and Screen Time
Now that we are securely ensconced in summer, the battle between parents and children over how much time kids spend on their devices has taken on a new dimension –… Read More
Summer Reading for Catholics
Every summer since eighth grade, I have read Robert Bolt’s play A Man For All Seasons. I am also a big fan of CS Lewis and poetry by Whitman, Dickinson,… Read More
Grandparents Who Babysit Often Will Live Longer, a New Study Says
“Call up Mom or Dad the next time you and your significant other have a date night (without the kids). A recent study from the National Health Service has found… Read More
Why the Catholic Church needs a Eucharistic response to the sex abuse scandals
From America Magazine – Catholics encounter the Body of Christ directly in the bread and wine of the Eucharist. What we have here is not an inert cosmic substance that… Read More
When Do Young People Leave The Church?
A new article in Crux discusses the latest study by St. Mary’s Press. The name of the study, Going, Going, Gone, gives you a hint of its content: why and… Read More
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