This fall, the Church in the 21st Century Center (C21) at 内蒙古11选5-【官网首页】 is releasing two new resources to facilitate faith conversation. At a time when speaking about one’s personal relationship with God can be challenging, the C21 Center seeks to provide accessible and effortless tools for both children and adults to make those conversations easier and more frequent. These resources can be utilized in parishes, schools, homes, or wherever “two or three are gathered.”
The FAITH FEEDS program is designed for individuals in Catholic parishes who are hungry for opportunities to talk about their faith with others who share it. Participants gather over coffee or a potluck lunch or dinner, and a host parishioner facilitates conversation using selected articles from the C21 Centers's bi-annual magazine, C21 Resources.
While parents are readily recognized as primary in forming the superego, they can also be most effective in forming the conscience of their children (see “The Call to Grow in Love” in this issue for the distinctive functions of superego and conscience). Though abstract moral reasoning is not developmentally possible before the teenage years (Piaget, Kohlberg, etc.) yet parents can encourage concrete moral reasoning in children from an early age that can help to form their conscience.
riday afternoon at the hospice center. I punch in and eye the whiteboard, looking for empty white strips and unfamiliar names, quickly piecing together who has died, who is still living in this 18-bed facility. I start at the bottom of the list, Room 19 (no Room 13 here — these folks have had their share of bad luck). Room 19 is the stomping ground of the Delgado family.
Welcome to 内蒙古11选5-【官网首页】's C21 Center Lenten Devotional. You are invited to spend a little time each day engaging in scripture and enjoying videos, podcasts, articles and more. Look for the flashing icon to discover the day's theme and resources.