Fifth Grade Students Display Their Fall Harvest
Our eighth grade students recently completed their Industrial Revolution projects.
Wednesday, November 8th 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM: We’ll have a group discussion in the St. Justin gathering space about what we learned and how Fr. Boyle’s work reflects Catholic social teaching. It is an engaging book that will draw you in quickly. Once you pick it up, we promise you’ll have a hard time […]
“Kinship is ‘being one.’ It means there is no ‘us’ and ‘them,’ there is only ‘us.’ Without kinship there is no peace, without kinship there is no justice.”
Catholic Social Teaching asserts that all human beings must see within every person both a reflection of God and a mirror of themselves, and must honor and respect this dignity as a divine gift.
When my nephews were young children, I watched an interesting interplay at a family gathering.
My good friend from my grad school years, Mary, did some volunteer work in Houston after graduation, and there met and then married a man named Sam Clark from Longview, Texas.
It is a strange story, today’s gospel. Like many of Jesus’ stories, there are levels at which you can read them.
It’s not too late to join our Faith in Action Book Club! What did these stories teach you about kinship, compassion, redemption and mercy?
PSR Advent project 2017: Box of Joy is off to a great start!