Morality

Welcome to 11th Grade Morality!


In this course, we will examine moral principles as demonstrated in the actions and life of Jesus Christ, by the teachings of the Church, by the Sacraments and through the examples of the Saints. We will study the development of the conscience, sin, virtue, and decision making principles. In the second half of the year, we will apply these principles to real-life issues present in our world today, such as human sexuality, the dignity of life, family life, truth, peace and justice. We will look at our responsibilities as committed Christians who are called to bring about the Kingdom of God. 

Instructor:  Mrs. Kathleen Springer
Emailkspringer@mcgann-mercy.org
Telephone:  631.727.5900, ext. 375
Periods: 1, 2, & 5
Extra Help:  Every morning from 7:30am until 8:00am. Mondays after school until 3:30pm. Available at other mutually agreed-upon times. Just ask!


Supplies: 
Bible (New American)
Textbook

Journal (Composition Notebook)
Separate Notebook with loose-leaf
Folder
Blue or Black Ink Pens

Course Outline
16-17 Morality Syllabus

Assignments