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There is little need to point out the lack of peace at every level of human society. From the family, to local communities, to national and international relations, as well as our relationship with creation itself, there is a dire need today to imbue our lives with nonviolent love. This was modeled and taught by Jesus, and is at the heart of the gift we nurture in children in the atrium.   Read more about Way of Nonviolence
We are in the Easter season. New life abounds in the plants and animals around us, hinting at the powerful, beautiful life of the risen Christ. It’s easy to imagine the “colored streams of light” emanating from him both before and after his resurrection, streams of healing, guidance, encouragement, and love. Do we think of these streams becoming stronger and brighter after his death and resurrection? Read More... Read more about Created in God's Image
This is our 20th year. Since CCTheo began in 1995, every year during Holy Week I have completed Form 990 that non-profits submit annually to the federal government. School is closed, no catechists are placing orders, and the office is quiet enough to focus on the details this form requires. It usually feels like a somewhat penitential work, tedious and humbling. Read more... Read more about Celebrating 20 years of CCTheo