Tag: morals

America, the Resilient

Reminiscing seems to go hand in hand with getting older.  When I slow down enough to look at life through the eyes of my children, I see a world vastly different from the one in which I grew up.  As a product of Generation X, my...

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The Catholic Difference

My husband, Mark, and I were sitting next to each other across from an English teacher at the public high school’s parent/teacher conferences.  She and another teacher had just been laughing about something.  Turning to give us...

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How Important is Virtue?

Virtue is understated, underappreciated, under-valuated, and misunderstood.  This is a sad litany for something as important as virtue.  And how important, then, is virtue?  It is as important to the moral life as money is to...

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Because We Love Them So Much

My wife and I are blessed with two wonderful boys, Alex and Ryan, ages 12 and nine.  The catalyst for this article occurred after a recent family birthday celebration.  We went to a nicer restaurant than usual because of the...

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