Education in Virtue
Our goal is your child’s strength and freedom. We want them to fully actualize their powers and potentialities: both those powers and potentialities they share with all men and those that God has particularly gifted them with.
We call these powers “virtues” and we seek to help your child practice and eventually master these excellences to the best degree they can while with us, knowing that this is a life-long journey. Prudence, Justice, Courage, Moderation, Faith, Hope and Love: These are the standards we seek to live by. They provide a target to shoot for when behavior fall short, so that as we grow, we grow towards strength, autonomy and freedom to do that which we were made for.
The Donahue Academy is pleased to provide for the formation of its students through the incorporation of the Disciple of Christ – Education in Virtue curriculum.
“The Disciple of Christ – Education in Virtue is a Christian curriculum structured on the teachings of St. Thomas Aquinas regarding the virtues and gifts of the Holy Spirit. It aims to provide a consistent structure and systematic instruction for youth to learn about the virtues so that that they may form the habits and dispositions necessary to live as disciples of Jesus Christ. This curriculum emphasizes Christian discipleship as indispensable toward human flourishing and the quest for joy. It has been developed in response to the call for a New Evangelization, firmly conveying the reality that happiness is found in a life of holiness.”Share:
Speaking and acting according to our own and others’ rights, status, and circumstancesLooks like
Listening the first time and discontinuing an action when someone asks you to stopSounds like
Silence I will stop doing that.Read More
Now at Lystra there was a man sitting, who could not use his feet; he was a cripple from birth, who had never walked. He listened to Paul speaking; and Paul, looking intently at him and seeing that he had faith to be made well, said in a loud voice, "Stand upright on your feet." And he sprang up and walked.Read More