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    CATHOLIC CHURCH VIEWS OF ORDAINING WOMEN Sexism in the Catholic Church Abstract The purpose of this brief is to provide you with an overview of how the Catholic Church view women being ordained in the church. The views are based on the traditional and doctrinal references that the Catholic religion is based on. The views are from various resources such as the Roman Catholic Church in the Vatican, Pope John Paul II, and the newly elected Pope Benedict XVI. The views described in this brief

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    the Roman Catholic Church and Their Influence on People's Views on Abortion The R.C Church teaches that all human life is sacred. The word sacred means devoted or help especially acceptable to a deity. Both the old and new testaments teach that human life is sacred and should not be terminated. God created life in his image and each one of us is like him. To kill a human being is like killing a part of god and this has greatly influenced the teachings of the R.C Church about abortion.

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    Views of the Episcopal Church

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    Are You with Me or Not? The Episcopal Church of the United States is one of the most debatable when it comes to the subject of homosexuality and creating equal rights amongst its members. The church embraces a new kind of transitioning belief that sets them aside from other denominations. The Episcopal Church stems from the Church of England, dating to at least the second century. The Church was founded from the very beginnings on the Christian beliefs and is customary to regard the St. Augustine

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    respects the life of each human being because each is made in the image and likeness of God. As Christians we also believe we are redeemed by Christ and called to share eternal life with Him. Our Church views life as a sacred trust, a gift over which we are given stewardship and not absolute dominion. The Church thus opposes all direct attacks on innocent life. As conscientious stewards we have a duty to preserve life, while recognizing certain limits to that duty: Because human life is the foundation

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    Genetic Engineering the Church View

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    Genetic Engineering the Church View A relatively recent issue, genetic engineering has nevertheless become an important enough internationally to cause public debates. The issue is complex, involving many parts and, of course numerous ethical concerns. Some of the parts enveloped by genetic engineering are cloning, modifications of genetic traits, and bioengineering of plants and certain animal to yield better crop and product. Much can be done using genetic engineering. Although we have a potential

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    Blake's View of the Church, Government, and God William Blake 1757-1827 was born is Soho, London. He lived in London throughout most of his life and during his life witnessed many things that affected him. While walking through London Blake had a long time to think. He acknowledged that England was a very rich and powerful country and then wondered why poverty was still in existence. Blake did not go to school but he was taught at home using references from the Holy Bible. Blake was highly

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    Throughout the Middle Ages, the Catholic Church was undergoing much criticism and disappointment. Many citizens of Europe were starting to lose their faith and respect in the church. A man named Martin Luther formed a group of people that believed that the Church had drifted far from its original teachings. They also believed that the Church was turning into a money hungry community. The Church and its officials had started to participate in activities that were not in agreement with the Church’s

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    The views on the morality of abortion differ between the Catholic Church and modern society. Over the years, there has been much discussion and disagreement about when life begins. Many religions believe that life begins at conception, while society believes it is much later in the pregnancy. Since the 1980’s abortions have decreased, but many people still have abortions. Modern society believes that abortion is acceptable and that the parents should have the right to terminate a pregnancy. The Catholic

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    Killing Mr. Griffin

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    The book I chose to do this project was Killing Mr. Griffin by Lois Duncan. The book is about a group of teenagers who kidnap their teacher, but it goes horribly wrong. Mr. Griffin, the teacher they kidnap, is a very hard working teacher that only wants for his student to do the best they can. Later in the book, Mark comes up with the idea to kidnap Mr. Griffin. In order to do this, he would need the help of everyone in his class. When they kidnap him, the teens take Mr. Griffin to a lake and decide

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    Seeing the Light

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    that as a result of technology, life is seen differently through human eyes. Many times visions of life and its beauties are altered by technology and a shadow is placed upon all things through this vision. Often times, the only way to escape these views is to be without technology and its influences. The speaker in Raymond Carver's poem, "The Window", becomes aware of this fact when he is without electricity and realizes for the first time the beauties of nature. Initially, Carver's title, "The

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