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Karen Villa: The tasks of adolescence is for a child to come to own their own body in their own mind and it really is a time that we’re moving into with them where you know, we don’t have as much say anymore and that’s really a biologically driven process. So discipline has to moveSee More...
Life of Christ, Lectio Divina Journal Companion is a video series that accompanies the journal to assist participants in the practice of lectio divina— the habit of prayerfully reading Scripture. Also be sure to check out the Behind the Scenes of filming the Life of Christ To gain access to this video series and more youSee More...
“Parents tend to think that our kids can’t remember zero to five, so it doesn’t really matter what happened in zero to five. They are coding experiences from zero to five and what we call an implicit memory. So it’s like an unconscious memory and that will keep it down in body and in behavior,See More...
“The quality of experiences and relationships and childhood impact brain development in a really profound way, which stood in contradiction to that ‘things are genetic purely and set in stone.’ So that’s the idea of interpersonal neurobiology: our experiences are the architects of our minds.“ Dr. Karen Villa Sr. John Dominic, O.P.: Welcome to ‘MindSee More...
My name is Dr. Karen Villa. I am a developmental neural psychologist who works with children and families. My focus is on providing learning characteristic evaluations and working with children who are showing anxiety, attention, and concentration disorders. The field of study I subscribe to is called interpersonal neural biology. The basic idea is thatSee More...
Sr. John Dominic In this episode, we’re going to talk about Lectio Divina, the importance of coming to know the person of Jesus Christ through reading Sacred Scripture. [Dr. Healy], I’d like for you to share your thoughts and reflections on that and the importance of Lectio Divina and coming to know Jesus Christ. Dr. Mary Healy [Pope EmeritusSee 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.
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