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Catechists Become Who You Are

Catechists Become Who You Are

The theme for Catechetical Sunday this year is “This is my Body given up for you”, which is directly related…

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TOB Campus 2022-23: ​​​​​​​Speaks to the Hearts of Teachers Across the Country

TOB Campus 2022-23: ​​​​​​​Speaks to the Hearts of Teachers Across the Country

Our Director of TOB Campus, D.J. Hueneman elaborates on the launch of TOB Campus 2022-23, a teacher & staff formation…

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Original Unity Part 1:  Flesh of my Flesh

Original Unity Part 1:  Flesh of my Flesh

By Andrew J. Sodergren, M.T.S., Psy.D. In previous articles, we saw how Pope St. John Paul II used the term…

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Original Solitude Part 2:  The Sacrament of the Body

Original Solitude Part 2:  The Sacrament of the Body

Last month, I wrote about how the concept of original solitude in Pope St. John Paul II’s Theology of the…

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Roe Reversal Amends Law; Time to Amend Hearts

Roe Reversal Amends Law; Time to Amend Hearts

A Timely Visitation Considering that the journey from Nazareth to the village of Ain Karim would have taken around nine…

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Finding Your Voice with Theology of the Body

Finding Your Voice with Theology of the Body

As the current school year has ended, I reflect on one of the experiences that really stood out to me…

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On Original Solitude

On Original Solitude

In my last article, I introduced Pope St. John Paul II’s concept of “original experiences.”  He coined this term while…

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Catholic Identity for Unity & Peace

Catholic Identity for Unity & Peace

In the recent document The Identity of the Catholic School for a Culture of Dialogue, the magisterium quoting Pope Francis…

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Original What???  John Paul II on “Original Experiences”

Original What???  John Paul II on “Original Experiences”

In Theology of the Body, Pope St. John Paul II sought out to answer difficult, contemporary questions pertaining to marriage…

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Suffering: Golden Treasures in Disguise

Suffering: Golden Treasures in Disguise

Typically, you know a crucifix is from Spain when there is lots of blood included. We’re used to seeing just…

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