January 11, 2018

Parenting Pointers – January 11, 2018

“Unity does not imply uniformity; it does not necessarily mean doing everything together or thinking in the same way. Nor does it signify a loss of identity. Unity in diversity is actually the opposite: it involves the joyful recognition and acceptance of the various gifts which the Holy Spirit gives to each one and the placing of these gifts at the service of all members of the Church. It means knowing how to listen, to accept differences, and having the freedom to think differently and express oneself with complete respect towards the other who is my brother or sister. Do not be afraid of differences!”

— Pope Francis, Address to Catholic Fraternity of the Charismatic Covenant Communities and Fellowship, Oct. 31, 2014

On January 15 we celebrate the contributions of Martin Luther King to racial equality and non-violence.

Does your child have any friends from a different race? If not, why not?

Talk and find ways to mix or read stories of a different ethnic group.

Taken From: Susan Vogt, www.SusanVogt.net