Tag: Character

Conscience and character

Conscience and character

| Kate Soucheray | August 7, 2019 | 0 Comments

The concepts of conscience and character are not only little understood in our current culture, but when we hear these words, they often elicit a pause from us. If we have a sense we have not attained the ideal behavior or expectation of a Catholic Christian, we may be more inclined to shame ourselves than to develop a desire of becoming a more devout person. However, shame is a human aspect that alerts us we have acted against our value system. But many people in our current culture lack a solid understanding of what that is. Therefore, a well-developed conscience evolves from a clear, well-articulated value system.

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A test of character

A test of character

| Joe O'Sullivan | July 23, 2018 | 0 Comments

I was entrenched in my task when I realized that I was actually, sincerely entrenched: My back was badly hunched over, my neck had begun cramping, and my eyes had started buzzing back and forth. I couldn’t fit another sentence in my head. I was experiencing burnout, and the textbooks in front of me suddenly sent a pang of anxiety through my gut. It tasted like a moment of defeat.

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Reputation, the Hall of Fame and real character

Reputation, the Hall of Fame and real character

| John Garvey | January 31, 2013 | 0 Comments

Not one baseball player was inducted into the Hall of Fame this year. It was a shutout, only the second one in 40 years.

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