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Class Overviews for 5-14-2012

14 May

Morality

  1. Prayer
  2. Toothbrush Reminder
  3. Chapter 17 Quiz
  4. The Catholic Position on Religious Diversity
  5. Dialogue and Proclamation
  6. CCC Paragraphs 839-848

Church History

  1. Prayer
  2. A Defense of Ideas
  3. See Thursday and Friday for Notes
  4. Work on Your 4th Quarter Paper
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Class Overviews for 5-11-2012

11 May

Church History

  1. Prayer
  2. French Revolution Recap
  3. 1848 Revolutions
  4. Italian Unification
  5. Bismarck’s Persecutions of Catholicism
  6. What did the 19th century mean to the Church?
  7. Work on your paper

Morality

Lex Orandi Lex Credendi

  1. Prayer
  2. Reminder on Toothbrushes
  3. Review for Monday’s Quiz
  4. Robert Barron Video and Discuss
  5. Lex Orandi Lex Credendi Lex Vivendi – Translates roughly as “The law of prayer determines how we believe and live”
  6. Analyze the Our Father and Hail Mary as guidelines for beliefs and morals – Discuss
  7. Keys for Going Forth: Kenosis, self-forgetfulness, the Trinity is a community, How we pray is how we believe, love involves goodwill for the other, the ordinary conveys the extraordinary

5-10-2012

10 May

Morality

  1. Prayer
  2. Community and Cooperation Exercise
  3. Reality as a Moving Image of Eternity – Plato
  4. Catholic Theology on Cooperation and the Body of Christ

 

Church History

  1. Prayer
  2. Revolution Exercise
  3. See Yesterday’s Notes and the Chart Above

Class Overviews for 5-9-2012

9 May

Morality

  1. Prayer
  2. Baccalaureate Mass Details
  3. Appalachia
  4. Chapter 17 Quizlet Vocabulary
  5. Cooperation and Trust – Video 1 & Video 2
  6. Today’s Notes – 5-9-2012

Church History

  1. Prayer
  2. The French Revolution part 1 – Today’s Notes – 5-9-2012
  3. Cycle of Revolutions from Aristotle Exercise

Class Overviews for 5-7-2012

8 May

Church History

  1. Prayer
  2. Finish yesterday’s notes (see file below)
Morality
  1. Prayer
  2. The Importance of Truth – Knowing the Truth is the First Requirement for Leading the Good Life (Eudaimonia)
  3. Class Notes – 5-8-2012
  4. Academic Honesty Exercise
  5. What two things does Jesus mean when he says the truth will make you free?
  6. Practical Exercise on p. 316 – Discuss
  7. CCC 2508 Lying consists in saying what is false with the intention of deceiving one’s neighbor.

Class Overviews for 5-7-2012

7 May

Morality

  1. Prayer
  2. Wrap up film – Genetic Engineering – Change in outlook on life – Descartes
  3. Other Technological Hurdles – Cleverbot – Artificial Intelligence – The Moral Landscape is Shifting 
  4. Start Chapter 17
  5. Today’s Notes – 5-7-2012
Church History
  1. Prayer
  2. Rehash the different Faith and Reason approaches from Scholasticism (the Catholic approach), Martin Luther and various enlightenment thinkers
  3. Continue Enlightenment and the Church
  4. Today’s Notes – 5-7-2012

Class Overviews for 5-4-2012

4 May

Morality

An Article

How far fetched is Jurassic Park?  Below is an image of a chicken embryo growing teeth similar to those of an alligator.  This is a natural mutation, but scientists can can and have recreated the effect with genetic engineering

  1. Prayer
  2. Finish Film
  3. Viewing Guide Assignment Due Monday – REMINDER
  4. Our Changing Relationship with Life – Mechanistic Approaches to Life
  5. Descartes and Bacon
  6. Catholic Responses
Church History
 Disenchantment of the World – Max Weber
  1. Prayer
  2. Reminder 3-5 Paper Sources Due Monday 20 Points
  3. Finish Enlightenment Notes from Yesterday – See Yesterday’s Blog Post for the File
  4. Group Activity – Think Through both a Mechanistic and Sacramental Approach  to a Valley with Mineral Resources
  5. Historical Examples?
  6. Discuss
  7. 10 Minutes to Look at Sources