Archive | August, 2009

Facing the Future

When we teach someone to read the Scriptures, we’re pleased. We praise and thank God for the grace and the privilege. “For we”—you and I—“are God’s fellow workers” (1 Corinthians 3:9). When we teach a teacher, however, we magnify our praise, because we see once again the marvels of God. When we teach a teacher,

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The Lawler Treasury

Father Ronald Lawler was an advisor to popes and cardinals. He was a bestselling author whose catechism fed millions of Catholics. To Franciscan University students at the turn of the millennium, he was a winsome and passionate teacher of theology. Just before he died in November of 2003, Father Lawler arranged for his papers to

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