Therefore every scribe who has been trained for the kingdom of heaven is like a householder who brings out of his treasure what is new and what is old.
Very good.However, The lack of ability to articulate comes with a confusion about what to believe, anymore.Fewer are getting their children baptised (yet still seek a faith education) Fewer are signing up to doctrines (yet bemoan the lack of clear thinking and resiliance among the young) Fewer are receiving the Sacraments (yet wonder why their children are unprotected in times of danger).You can take this Youtube video so far - and, it IS good - but, at some point, you have to ask: well, if we keep telling God to keep out, why should we be surprised when we succumb to disaster ?That said, I will be using this for all my A-level groups this week.Also, I want to tell, you, Fr Tim, that I have searched for teaching resources on the Sacrament of Baptism lately, and drawn a blank, until your parish website appeared on the google search.Your parish website is what we are using for our starter, in our secondary school, on the topic for the next two weeks. And I want to thank you for providing me, a Catholic teacher, with such a clear and inclusive resource for my lessons. The teaching is not only sound, but totally clear and accommodating for anyone, of all faiths and none.We love you, Fr Tim. Stay strong.
Bernadette - I agree with you about the confusion over belief. And I am delighted that the parish website has been helpful. It is really very encouraging to think that it is being used in the classroom. God bless.
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