Baltimore Catechism III, Lesson 06. Blessing Before & After Meals

Study Baltimore Catechism II in the Classical Liberal Arts Academy

In this lesson, we study the prayers known as that “acts” of faith, hope, love and contrition. To complete the objectives of this lesson, complete the following tasks: Study the lesson for mastery. Work to memorize the answers to each question. Complete the lesson assessment. To view the entire text of Baltimore Catechism III, visit the Academy Library. Lesson Recite the questions and answers below until the answers are memorized. The Blessing Before Meals Q. 110. Say the Blessing before Meals.A. Bless us, O Lord! and these Thy gifts, which we are about to receive from Thy bounty, through Christ … Continue

Disputation: Whether modern scientific learning was forbidden in Sacred Scripture?

Francis Bacon

In his work “On the Advancement of Learning”, published in 1605. Francis Bacon argued that a traditional position on learning held man back from what he was capable of. He spoke of the traditional view as follows: “I hear the former sort say that knowledge is of those things which are to be accepted of with great limitation and caution; that the aspiring to overmuch knowledge was the original temptation and sin whereupon ensued the fall of man; that knowledge hath in it somewhat of the serpent, and, therefore, where it entereth into a man it makes him swell; Scientia … Continue

Baltimore Catechism III, Lesson 05. The Acts of Faith, Hope, Love and Contrition

Study Baltimore Catechism II in the Classical Liberal Arts Academy

In this lesson, we study the prayers known as that “acts” of faith, hope, love and contrition. To complete the objectives of this lesson, complete the following tasks: Study the lesson for mastery. Work to memorize the answers to each question. Complete the lesson assessment. To view the entire text of Baltimore Catechism III, visit the Academy Library. Lesson An Act of Faith Q. 94. Say the Act of Faith.A. O my God! I firmly believe that Thou art one God in three Divine persons, Father, Son, and Holy Ghost; I believe that Thy Divine Son became man, and died … Continue

Lesson 08. The Thirteen Colonies Planted

In this lesson, we will continue our study of the American Government, moving from the general principles of American government to its development in history. To complete the objectives of this lesson, complete the following tasks: Study the lesson for Mastery. Complete the lesson Assessment. The Right of Discovery Columbus and his successors made known to Europe the continent of North America. These vast regions, Spain, England, and France divided among themselves. The Right of Discovery, as the rule was called by which this division was made, embraced, when fully developed, these ideas: The Christian nation that discovers a heathen … Continue

Aristotle, Categories. Chapter 8, Of Quality

Study Aristotle's Categories in the Classical Liberal Arts Academy

In this lesson, we continue our study of Aristotle’s ten Categories. Having studied Substance, Quantity and Relatives, we move on to Quality in chapter 8. Translation by Thomas Taylor 1. I denominate Quality that according to which certain things are said to be of such kinds. 4. But habit differs from disposition in this, that it is a thing more lasting and stable. And of this kind are the sciences and the virtues. For science appears to rank among the number of things which are more stable, and are with difficulty removed.   In like manner virtue, such as justice and … Continue