Professor, you make some really good points.
Last night, for the second time, she confided that she is concerned how the other students at Trinitas would react if they found out she was Catholic. I know she is eager for the academic challenge, but despite her pleas and protests I really do not think this school would be in her best interests.
I’m certain I will be stressing out over this school dilemma for the next 2 months, at minimum. I just graduated nursing school, so we will be staying with our relatives until I get on my feet employment - wise. I can’t realistically picture moving out prior to the start of the fall semester. To further complicate matters, I plan to begin working on my MSN at Spring Hill College in Mobile this fall as well. We may end up in Mobile eventually, but as a single parent I don’t care to consider making a hasty move to a city where we have no family at all.
Thank you for the guidance regarding the study of Thomas Aquinas. She and I have been going through the Catechism of the Summa by Thomas Pegues, so it’s good to know that is probably sufficient for the time being. She has more of an analytical mind than I do, so I often wonder if I’m doing her a disservice in trying to explain these things. Perhaps I am the one who could use the tutor? I’m sure a formal logic class wouldn’t hurt me one bit.
Thanks again for the feedback.