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Olga_Anne

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Re: People you know with royal names
« Reply #15 on: March 07, 2006, 12:58:31 PM »
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I was named for Saint Margaret of Scotland, who was a queen. There's a student in the 2nd grade CCD class I teach whose name is Tatiana, my neighbor's daughter is named Olga, and I know about 5 Marias/Maries.

You go to a Catholic school too? Cool! I help the fifth and six grade at CCD. There's a girl I teach named Alexandra (goes by Alex). There's also a Micheal, Maria and about two Elizabeths.

JaneEyre5381

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Re: People you know with royal names
« Reply #16 on: March 07, 2006, 08:08:58 PM »
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Such young children! The second graders are trying enough!  :D But then again, the older they get, the more reluctant to learn they are.
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They are very cute kids, and ask deep questions for ones so young.  Last time we discussed how God loves Satan but that loves hurts him so that's why Hell is so awful.  Deep stuff.  They seem to understand a heck of a lot though, and that's a plus.  I enjoy working with them.

komarov

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Re: People you know with royal names
« Reply #17 on: March 07, 2006, 10:05:20 PM »
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Last time we discussed how God loves Satan but that loves hurts him so that's why Hell is so awful.  Deep stuff.  They seem to understand a heck of a lot though, and that's a plus.  I enjoy working with them.

That's well over my head...

That's like saying, "I enjoy being sad.  And being sad makes me happy, which makes me sad...which makes me happy!"

Ouch, my brain.

No, seriously, that is indeed really deep.  I try to think on that level now, but not enough to make a Philosophy major worthwhile.

JaneEyre5381

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Re: People you know with royal names
« Reply #18 on: March 08, 2006, 08:45:04 PM »
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That's well over my head...

That's like saying, "I enjoy being sad.  And being sad makes me happy, which makes me sad...which makes me happy!"

Ouch, my brain.

No, seriously, that is indeed really deep.  I try to think on that level now, but not enough to make a Philosophy major worthwhile.


I guess a lot of it has to do with the fact that their fathers are priests or deacons or professors at the Semenary that our church is attached to.  At times I think these kids know more then the teachers.

It's funny, because they all love to swing the censor (no idea how to spell that correctly, sorry), and love to wear something that looks like a vestment.  

There's a little boy named Noah, who is only two years old, and his favourite game is 'playing church'.  His mother made him vestments and all.  It's really fascinating to observe.