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    around a hospital in the middle of downtown Seattle? Ask the 8.96 million people a week that turn the channel to ABC every Thursday night at 7/8c. Grey’s Anatomy, a creation of Shonda Rhimes, is that very attraction sometimes addiction of many people throughout the country. With thirteen seasons under its wing, they keep the audience and fandom coming back every single week and even in the offseason, with sources like Hulu and Netflix. The romance, the suspense, and the medical drama are three things that the Grey’s Anatomy fandom, like myself, are attracted by every time the Cosy in the Rocket theme song comes on. The romance begins in the very first scene when Meredith wakes up to an unknown man, later to be named McDreamy or Dr. Derek…

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    Pastoral Roles

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    we can take away that one pastoral role could be a friend. A friend is someone who is always honest with you, is always real and genuine with you, and is someone who can care and be there for you. I think from the characteristic named Tony is more than just a guy that preaches every Sunday, to the people in this congregation, he is a friend. Another think I noticed from the words listed, is that a lot of people named things such as shepherd, leader, warrior, teacher, and wise, to emphasize…

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    Homelessness Case Study

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    as lotion, soap, deodorant, feminine products, and a protein bar. These things are essential to women and women who do not have the funds to purchase them might not be able to get them in any other way. We then delivered the purses to the Good Shepherd Center in Wilmington for the staff there to distribute them to the ladies that need them the most. We were able to have the opportunity to sit down with the ladies and talk to them about their struggles and hear some of their inspiring stories.…

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    Vista Maria Case Study

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    Vista Maria first began as an orphanage by the Sisters of the Good Shepherd over 130 years ago. In 1883, 5 Sisters of the Good Shepherd came to Detroit to the Ward Mansion to establish their first home. As the Industrial Revolution went on, the home turned into 33 Sisters caring for more than 200 girls and young woman. Through the next 30 years, the home named the “House of Good Shepherd expanded their services, however did not have an adequate amount of land to provide these services. The…

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    the faithful, catechists are challenged to invite others into a relationship with Christ. Over time, theologians have developed varying pedagogies meant to direct the catechist in his or her ministry, though it is important that these methods be in conformity to the Divine Pedagogy. Groome’s Shared Christian Praxis and Cavalletti’s Catechesis of the Good Shepherd draw upon the Pedagogy of God through the role of the catechist and through the means by which one obtains knowledge. According to…

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    Throughout time, humans have displayed many positive and negative life experiences. These experiences can be categorized under various themes, ranging from; love even onto betrayal, and through these themes human emotions and experiences can be studied. “Hamlet,” by William Shakespeare, and “Death of a Salesman,” by Arthur Miller, are two well written plays, displaying a both very tragic and thematic approach. Although, they take place in two very different time periods, under two very…

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    One’s sanity is not something you can control. Without sanity comes madness, but it is within our minds and grows over time if not released or helped. For Hamlet, he chooses to give the appearance as if he is mad I order to find the truth about his father’s death. At the beginning of his plan, everything is going good but as time goes by Hamlet is slowly losing control of his madness, and his mind begins to spin out of control. Something that started as an act of insanity or antic disposition…

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    As Hamlet’s story begins, we see that he consciously slips into madness; After some time, we can see that his hallucinations start getting more and more real, which we can assume as to him becoming actually mad. We could say that in his eyes, the means justified the ends, and he had his ends very clearly objectified, but as the progress of achieving the ends occurs, the ends became blurry and his actions insane, which lead me to believe he was a little.. off and, undoubtedly, depressed even…

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    In William Shakespeare’s tragic play, Hamlet, a young prince must avenge his father’s death by killing his uncle who murdered his father and married his widowed mother. This is not a simple task as Hamlet is no murderer, yet by circumstance and chance he is led down a path of no return in which he becomes a murderer, albeit a rightful one, like his uncle. The complex character of Hamlet that develops throughout the play aids in conveying the message of what true nobility is and also helps set…

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    In the play Hamlet, by William Shakespeare, the title character Hamlet’s mind is violently pulled in divergent directions about the morals of murder. He feels an obligation to avenge his father’s death and thinks that it may be excused, since it is a case of “an eye of an eye.” But he is conflicted because the Bible has also taught him that murder is a sin and revenge should be left to God. Hamlet’s struggle to interpret this moral dilemma and his indecision together, are the ultimate cause of…

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