The Image of the Invisible God - Part 1 of The Dignity of the Human Person - Shared screen with speaker view
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As Catholics, our recognizing the dignity of the human person stated in our Catechism is the underpinning of our public fight to recognize the value of life of the unborn. Do you see this public fight extending to racism, immigration, high level of gun deaths, and the death penalty.
Latching onto Ben’s question: what is our responsibility to help form the consciences of others, in addition to our own?
Can all of us get a copy of Father Michael's outline?
Thank you so much, Fr.
Kate, this recording will be shared. We can ask Fr. if he will also share these quotes.
The presented texts will suffice, thank you!
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I would love a copy of both…. Thank you! Bravo Father! Thank you so much! :)
For passions/feelings/emotions: I understand that through practice and shaping of our consciences we can recognize when these evolve into sin. Your example being angry for a moment being ok because "it hasn't engaged the mind or the will," ...but what if that moment keeps returning and you still don't engage the mind each time. What does that mean?
Very good presentation. Thank you.
Thank you. I enjoyed the presentation.
Thank you Janie!!!!!! XO
Thank you very much