Podcast 335 – Kids and Grief Kathy Fech – Ethics and Legality Brad Hahn – Bible Twitter Game
How do we help kids with grief?
What is moral law in light of legal law?
In this podcast:
0:58 – Our Catechetical friend, Kathy Fech joins us to talk about helping children deal with grief and how to share difficult news with our young ones including some resources
14:52 – Brad Hahn, CEO of Solidarity Healthshare, and lawyer, will talk with us about ethics, morality, and the legal system including his trips to DC to increase respect for religious liberty
28:30 – And, of course, Tuesday is our game day, so we will learn something in the most fun way possible – Bible books in a tweet
Catechism Paragraph of the Week:
443 Peter could recognize the transcendent character of the Messiah’s divine sonship because Jesus had clearly allowed it to be so understood. To his accusers’ question before the Sanhedrin, “Are you the Son of God, then?” Jesus answered, “You say that I am.” Well before this, Jesus referred to himself as “the Son” who knows the Father, as distinct from the “servants” God had earlier sent to his people; he is superior even to the angels. He distinguished his sonship from that of his disciples by never saying “our Father”, except to command them: “You, then, pray like this: ‘Our Father'”, and he emphasized this distinction, saying “my Father and your Father”.
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