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  • Rethinking Victimhood

    05/28/2010 6:39:18 AM PDT · by TigerLikesRooster · 6 replies · 240+ views
    Front Page Magazine ^ | 05/28/10 | Thomas Sowell
    Rethinking Victimhood Posted By Thomas Sowell On May 28, 2010 @ 12:00 am In FrontPage | 1 Comment A heartbreaking social statistic is that children on welfare have only about half as many words per day directed at them as the children of working-class families— and less than one-third as many words as children whose parents are professionals. This is especially painful in view of the fact that scientists have found that the actual physical development of the brain is affected by how much interaction young children receive. Even if every child entered the world with equal innate ability, by...
  • Archbishop Sheen Today! -- Rectitude of intention

    10/13/2004 7:50:30 AM PDT · by Convert from ECUSA · 3 replies · 237+ views
    Catholic Online (Renew Amercia web site) ^ | October 12, 2004 | Barbara Kralis
    Archbishop Sheen Today! -- Rectitude of intention Barbara Kralis Barbara Kralis October 12, 2004 © Catholic Online 2004 Why do we hear so little mention of this virtuous idiom, Rectitude of Intention? Is it because the very meaning, per se, is a pox upon the relativism of our culture? What does this term, 'Rectitude of Intention' mean? It means having the correct intention in all that we do — in our daily work, our recreation, our civic obligations, and our religious duties — however, not for our glory but all for the glory of God. We live in an age...