A short 250 word note on the context of the three Scripture readings for the Catholic Sunday Mass. This background and context of each reading should help listeners to understand the readings more easily.
This book gives notes for the Sundays and Principal Feast Days of all three years A, B and C.
Short notes (not more than 250 words) give the context of the Scriptural readings for Sundays and principal feasts in the Roman Catholic lectionary - the who, why, where.
This volume gives notes for Year C from Trinity 2016 to Christ the King 2016. Similar volumes for Years A and B, and for Year C from Advent 2015 to Pentecost 2016 have already been published.
Travis tackles the issue of social thinking in relationships. Social thinking is about understanding social context of what other are trying to communicate with you non-verbally. Travis shares how he has used social thinking to form meaningful friendships and relationships with others. Understanding social thinking has helped Travis overcome many challenges in life and he hopes to help the reader.
"Context is King" says Dr.Peter Gerhardt. In this book Travis teaches the reader about the importance of learning advanced social skills like social thinking and the ability to understand social context in social relationships. Travis has always been curious about social thinking even before he knew what it was. He knew there was more to social skills than adaptive living skills.
Tom describes what living with non-verbal autism is like. He shares how it is a struggle to communicate with others. He tries hard to make friends but feels no one really takes the time to get to know him. He communicates with a communication device and he is a brilliant person.. Getting people to take extra time to communicate with him is challenging. Tom shares the challenges and triumphs.
A short note gives the context for each Sunday's scripture readings in the Roman Catholic Lectionary – who, why, and for whom. This volume contains notes for the Sundays and principal feasts in Year B from Trinity 2018 to Christ the King 2018.The notes may be freely reproduced in parish newsletter
This 2100 word primer introduces the category-based nested form. The nested form is derived from the categories of Charles Sanders Peirce. It represents a visual approach to the categories. A simple example guides development. The result is foundational. This primer is the first in a series.
A short note gives the context for each Sunday's scripture readings in the Roman Catholic Lectionary – who, why, and for whom. This volume contains notes for the Sundays and principal feasts in Year B from Advent 2017 to Pentecost 2018.