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[14 Mar 2017 | No Comment | ]

CHILDREN LEARN WHAT THEY LIVE AND LIVE WHAT THEY LEARN
Imam Dr. Zijad Delic

As I was reading through Father John’s and Rabbi Michael’s amazing posts I remembered the wise words said in 1993 by Dorothy Law Nolte: Children Learn What They Live…and thought how timely these words are. The words go as follows:
If children live with criticism, they learn to condemn.
If children live with hostility, they learn to fight.
If children live with fear, they learn to be apprehensive (nervous).
If children live with pity (shame), they learn to feel sorry for themselves.
If …

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[14 Mar 2017 | No Comment | ]

CREATING GOD’S HOUSE
Rabbi Michael Whitman

John writes from his heart, and also reflects the magnificent experience of the Church over the last 50 years. It is not possible to overstate, not could it have been imagined beforehand, the dramatic shift in the Church’s relationship with Jews and Judaism. Many factors went into this process but the key was education. Church leaders implemented a multi-faceted, world-wide educational effort, directed to young and old, to correct and improve the relationship between Christians and Jews.
The momentum of that success must lead to a similar …

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[7 Mar 2017 | No Comment | ]

THE BEGIINING OF THE END TO ISLAMAPHOBIA, ANTI-SEMITIISM AND CHRISTIAN PERSECUTION
Father John Walsh

The beginning of the end to hate and prejudice has its beginnings at an early age. Children are born free. What they learn is what adults teach them. It begins in the crib. Adults might not think they hear what is said about those who are different but they learn quickly. We teach them their vocabulary. They follow our example. They have no other way to learn. We are their greatest influence and, for good or bad, it …

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[16 Feb 2017 | No Comment | ]

THE TEN WORDS
By Father John Walsh

Michael has asked me to respond to his question:  There are many commandments that are common to all of us, and many that are unique to our own faiths. Do you experience a commandment primarily as an act that gives glory to God, or primarily as an act that adds value to our lives – and if the latter, how do you maintain that feeling when the commandment seems burdensome or meaningless?
The ten words, commonly referred to as The Ten Commandments, were given to Moses …

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ARE THERE TEN COMMANDMENTS?
By Rabbi Michael Whitman

When revealing Himself at Mount Sinai and introducing Himself to the entire Jewish people for the first time, and for all time, why does God describe Himself (Exodus 20:2) as the One who took us out of Egypt and not the One who created heaven and earth? Surely creating heaven and earth is a more majestic and apt description.
We refer to this passage as the Ten Commandments, one of the most influential collection of words in the history of mankind, words that hold special …