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    unaffected as their landscape. However there is a much darker and conflicted understanding that leaks through Ireland which epitomizes it 's unstable past. Prevailing literary texts represent the harsh reality that is Ireland, whereby poverty and Catholicism serve to subjugate society. However it is evident that the population embodies the determination to overcome adversity and succeed. Both Angela’s Ashes, a memoir by Frank McCourt and My Left Foot based on the moving journey of Christy Brown,…

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    Reflection on Spirituality Unit Throughout the Spirituality Unit, I received a deeper insight and understanding about Catholicism and Aboriginal beliefs. As I discovered new information, I also started to develop more enquiries. This lead to further investigation and research on the topics I found intriguing, hence, a more fulfilling and enriching experience. In the past week, I learnt that the Aboriginal religion is very totemic. This is due to the fact that Aboriginal communities have totems…

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    “Well my mother did it for my father!” I could hear the tension in his usually seductive voice. Tears began to gather in my eyes as I looked out the window. I had wanted to scream, or cry, or not talk at all. However, in reality I did not know what I had wanted. I knew what he wanted. He made that extremely clear. He was my first real boyfriend and I would have done almost anything to please him, but this was too far. Granted I am stubborn in my ways, but for good reason! I should not have to do…

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    Theme Essay In the novel Purple Hibiscus, Chimamanda Adichie illustrates the impact and role religion can have on one’s identity. In Purple Hibiscus, Adichie uses characterization and direct statements to implement the theme of religion and identity. The presence of religion in certain characters’ life strictly defines them and can affect them in a negative way. Papa Eugene is a character that embodies the extreme impact that religion can have on one’s thoughts and actions. After Kambili and…

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    Utilitarianism is an ethical theory that gauges the worth of actions by their ends and consequences. Utilitarianism, claims that a person should act in the way that produces the greatest amount of good over evil, and should consider everyone that would be affected by the action (Skelton,2017). In other words, the ethically “correct” action is the one that causes the most pleasure and the least pain for the greatest amount of people. This theory demands that all choices be considered based on the…

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    the Old Regime to the Napoleonic Era and the Bourbon Restoration, Catholicism was used as a tool for politics by both the devout and the not-quite-so devout. In the early seventeenth century, the Catholic Church had undisputed influence over much of how France should be ordered and governed in regards to the Three Estates and the divine right to kingship. By the time of the Revolution of 1789 and on through 1801, the role of Catholicism in the law was often diminished for largely political…

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    Midterm: Evangelical Catholicism Part One : Summarization of Ten Characteristics 1. Evangelical Catholicism is friendship with the Lord Jesus. Focused on a personal encounter with the person of Jesus Friendship with Jesus conforms our lives to self-sacrifical love Gives the postmodern world freedom from the guilt of the past 2. Evangelical Catholicism affirms divine revelation and embraces its authority, which continues through history in the teaching authority of the Church. Embraces…

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    Catholicism Vs Prothero

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    sexist than Catholicism because, as he states, “it was Catholics who put angels’ wings on women and gave us a litany of female saints. “ Protestants on the other hand, do not really give female visionaries in the church recognition. I think I agree with Prothero’s argument because, although Catholics do not give many rights to females in the church, they do celebrate and recognize the achievements of the women who have good deeds, inside or outside the church. I do not think Catholicism is…

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    Catholicism is a religious tradition that is practiced worldwide with an estimate of 1.1 billion members. Catholicism traces history back to Jesus of Nazareth during the Roman Empire period. Catholicism was originated during the early beginning of Christianity, and is a much more complex institution in comparison to Christianity. Catholic tradition says that the Catholic Church was founded by Jesus, while The New Testament teaches the activities and teaching of Jesus Christ. It is said that…

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    In Catholicism we believe that death is not the end of a particular human’s life and identity. When a Human being dies their body is gone but the soul continues to progress on after death. This person 's soul will continue onto Heaven, Hell or Purgatory this transition occurs after the body 's death on earth, and are different ways of judgement. Jesus died for us on the and rose three days later, and with this death he will come to judge us. Jesus opened his death through his translations…

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