Monday, December 5, 2011

Just a Quick Question... (CINO College Related)

Yes, I had to include the Jeopardy theme song. lol.

I'm doing my last round of finals so no long, detailed post just yet but I thought I'd pose this question while I get around to writing this semester's recap of my experience at the CINO college: if one professor admitted that they are not supposed to be teaching liberation theology at my school, if another professor admitted that they all signed something saying that they wouldn't (but they still do), and if a priest friend (who is not a part of the CINO college) was utterly surprised when I told him what I was being taught as he knows it's not allowed... how much trouble would my school get into if they ever did a report on what is being "taught" and what should be but isn't?

And with that mini update/question, I am off to finish my finals. I technically don't have to finish one until Wednesday but I want to get that one and tomorrow's finished today. I have my last final on Thursday morning but, if all goes according to plan, I may have a blog post ready for y'all tomorrow. :)

For everyone doing finals this and next week, may the Holy Spirit help keep our minds healthy and remember that St. Joseph of Cupertino (patron of exam takers) is your friend.

I hope y'all have a great weekend!

As always, thanks for reading and God Bless! :D


Austin D. said...

I definitely think you should report that to someone. Maybe mentioning it to your priest friend was enough.

japotillor said...

Me thinks it's worth a report to our friend that's the Bishop of the Archdiocsese :)

Ms. Kathleen said...

Praying all your finals went smoothly! Enjoy the holidays!

Lauren said...

I think it all depends on whether your college is order or diocesan run. And also if the professors signed something with the school, then I think the professors themselves would get in trouble for breaking school policy and not the school get in trouble with "higher ups" in their order/diocese/Church etc.