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Grace heals us and brings us back into a bond of friendship with God. Fr. Thomas Joseph White, O.P. explains how God works through grace so that we can know Him, love ourselves and each other, and grow in virtue.
In this video, Fr. Thomas Joseph White, O.P. talks about how pursuing a virtuous life is also a pursuit of human flourishing and happiness. Virtues allow us to have freedom of excellence, rather than freedom of indifference or a legal obligation to be virtuous such as in deontological ethics.
In this video, Fr. Thomas Joseph White, O.P. talks about how we were created as unified beings of both body and soul. It is God's plan for us to be in relationship with Him and to be transformed by Him.
Greetings and welcome to LED’s Education section! In this era of fast-paced technology, I am absolutely thrilled you have decided to stop by for a visit! I am Sister John Dominic, one of the foundresses of the Dominican Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Eucharist. I have been involved with Catholic education now for overSee More...
Dr. Therese Recinella, Director of Evangelization and Catechesis for the Diocese of Corpus Christi, TX, shares how her diocese is implementing Echoing the Mystery across their parishes, training the catechists in utilizing the text to enhance their current religious education curriculums and programs.
Marlon de la Torre, Director for Evangelization and Catechesis in the Diocese of Fort Worth, shares their diocesan-wide catechesis program. They utilize our book "Echoing the Mystery" to spearheaded a program where the catechists serve as guides rather than primary educators.
I’m very happy to have Sister Louise Marie join us again as we continue our discussion on Echoing the Mystery. We are walking through the keys to analyzing doctrine, and Sister, you were sharing your experience of teaching the postulants, who are coming in to see if this is their vocation as sisters. What you’reSee More...
Today we have Sister Athanasius with us to begin our discussion of Echoing the Mystery, which takes a different direction than our earlier work. However, I would say that this book started even before all of the others, and it might be what got things going. Around 12 years ago, I was studying at FranciscanSee More...
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