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Our Conscience has to be Informed

刊登日期: 2013.11.17
作者: Fr. Thomas Au 區耀邦神父  

 

 After having considered the different traps our modern thinking has laid for us, I would like to take us back to the topic of conscience. 


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Individualism(個人主義)﹠ Totalitarianism(極權主義)

刊登日期: 2013.11.03
作者: Fr. Thomas Au 區耀邦神父  

 


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The Human Action

刊登日期: 2013.10.27
作者: Fr. Thomas Au 區耀邦神父  

 


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Morality and Love

刊登日期: 2013.10.20
作者: Fr. Thomas Au 區耀邦神父  

 


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Principle of NON-Contradiction

刊登日期: 2013.10.13
作者: Fr. Thomas Au 區耀邦神父  

 The second topic on Truth is called the “Principle of Non-Contradiction” and it goes like this:
Something cannot BE and NOT BE at the same time from the same point of view. This is simple enough. Therefore truth cannot be true and false (not true) at the same time from the same point of view. Mathematically, 2 is not 3 and vice versa. But, can 2 be 10 at the same time? Sure, if you view it as a binary number. See, 10 is now ONE, ZERO and not TEN anymore. (If you do not understand this, it is okay. Ask a mathematics teacher.)


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Aquinas, Newton and Lemaitre What do they have in common?

刊登日期: 2013.10.06
作者: Fr. Thomas Au 區耀邦神父  

 

 Last week, we focused on Truth, specifically Objective Truth, truth as it is regardless of our thinking about it. We will continue this week with the relationship between science and faith. 


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Truth

刊登日期: 2013.09.29
作者: Fr. Thomas Au 區耀邦神父  

This year, the subject for my 11th grade students is on the moral teachings of the Catholic Church. 

We begin with Truth. 

I try to keep it simple, to lay a foundation for training in rational and philosophical thinking, certainly not thorough enough for in-depth study of philosophy. 

Pontius Pilate said to Jesus, “Truth? What is it?”


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Blessed Pope John XXIII And Pope John Paul II

刊登日期: 2013.09.21
作者: Fr. Thomas Au 區耀邦神父  

Later this month, the Vatican will announce the date when the two former Popes will be canonized. 

Most of you are too young to remember Pope John XXIII. He died in 1963. I had heard of him but I did not pay much attention since I was not Catholic then. Pope Paul VI succeeded him. He came to Hong Kong in December 1970. But by then I had already left for the United States. 


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Greetings from Nebraska!

刊登日期: 2013.09.15
作者: Fr. Thomas Au 區耀邦神父  

Last I wrote I was in Plattsmouth, Nebraska. Since then, I have been reassigned by my bishop to teach in our Diocesan Catholic high school called Bishop Neumann High School in Wahoo, Nebraska and to be pastor of St. Mary Church in Ashland and St. Joseph Church in Greenwood, both smaller parishes than Plattsmouth. I will teach 11th grade religion with forty-eight students in two sections.


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Summer Vacation

刊登日期: 2013.06.30
作者: Fr. Thomas Au 區耀邦神父  

 

It has been a wonderful school year for me. Yet, like all teachers, I am glad it is over. I am ready for a break, much more than the students!!! 

Do you know that summer vacation is for teachers, not students? They can’t handle any more time with the students. They need some time to restore their sanity. 

Students, on the other hand, can’t stand summer vacations. They have too much time on their hands and they have to play with their brothers and sisters at home. That’s no fun. 

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