Wednesday, September 05, 2007


I beg your pardon as I take a hiatus from the blog. I had to register for 24 credits for this semester. I found out today that the Congregation for Catholic Education (part of the Holy See) is requiring a class on Canon Law in order to graduate. So lucky me was forced to enroll in another class for the semester. That is now 27 credits. Oh, and the summer classes did not get finished over the summer. Thus, I still have the finals to complete in those courses. Thus, I am working on a grand total of 39 credits this semester. The Canon Law class will be done in 3 weeks (very intensive) and the summer courses will be done by the end of September; then it will be back to "normal" chaos. :-)

I sure would appreciate your prayers as I try desperately to keep my head above water...


Theocoid said...

Oh. My. Word. Is that graduate level? Even if not, that's insane.

Prayers going your way.

Michael Lee said...

Yeah they are.

-Latin I (non-graduate)
-Fides et Ratio (St. Thomas and Newman)
-Existence and Attributes of God (Psedo-Dionysius and St. Thomas Summma Prima Pars 2-13)
-Patrology I: Trinity (ECFs)
-Scripture and Its Interpretation (haven't had it yet)
-Church and the Modern World (the reading packet is 630 pages)
-Introduction to Canon Law (reading the Code -don't know how much. Kinda cool - the instructor is a member of the Congregation for the Evangelization of Peoples)

I have my work cut out for me. Thanks for the prayers!

Anonymous said...

Always...but with more emphasis to get you through this...and Debbie and the kids too!

Love you all,
Mary Swanke