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Tag Archives: bible
I’ve been retired a while now. I still suffer from the “know it allness” of being a teacher for thirty-five years. If you know any of us, please be patient. It’s hard to give up something that you have done … Continue reading
by Larry Peterson As a cradle Catholic who went to twelve years of Catholic school “waaaaay” back in the ’50s and ’60s, I can say without hesitation that my education in the Bible and about the Bible and of the … Continue reading
The last few weeks have been crazy. So many things seem to have just gone “round the bend” in our current culture. The Supreme Court has re-defined marriage in a decision that is just as crazy as Roe. The tenth … Continue reading
I must admit that I lament the way many of my Catholic brothers and sisters lack knowledge of the scriptures. I sometimes hear crazy stuff that defames the Old Testament, the discipline of memorizing scripture or even the idea of … Continue reading
Barbara Hosbach invites the reader to come away to a place of quiet refreshment in the company of often overlooked biblical heroes. Taken as a whole, Fools, Liars, Cheaters, and Other Bible Heroes, outlines a self-directed retreat or a … Continue reading
Finding appropriate material for middle school faith formation classes can be a real challenge. Very often classes are a mix of previously well catechized youth and kids who have never been in any type of faith formation. Frequently you end … Continue reading
Editor’s note: Please welcome architect and catechist Christian LeBlanc, who has long practice teaching sixth graders about the connection between Scripture, art, and sacred architecture. He has graciously agreed to write a series for the Catholic Writer’s Guild. Enjoy! I … Continue reading