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The Sacraments:
Faith Celebrated

Introduction to the Liturgy and the Sacraments
C 1066-1209, USC Ch. 14

Baptism and Confirmation
C 1212-1321, USC Chs. 15 & 16

The Eucharist
C 1322-1419, USC Ch. 17

C 1422-1497, USC Ch. 18

Anointing of the Sick
C 1499-1532, USC Ch 19

Holy Orders
C 1536-1600, USC Ch. 20

C 1601-1666, USC Ch. 21

Faith Lived

Foundations of Catholic Morality I
C 1691-1876, USC Ch. 23-24

Foundations of Catholic Morality II
C 1803-2051, USC Ch. 23-24

First and Second Commandments: Putting God First
C 2084-2167, USC Ch. 26

Third and Fourth Commandments: Rest, Community Worship & Family Life
C2168-2257, USC Ch.27-28

Fifth Commandment: Promoting a Culture of Life
C 2259-2330, USC Ch. 29

Sixth and Ninth Commandments: Sexual Morality
C 1536-1600, USC Ch. 20

Seventh and Tenth Commandments: A Faith that Does Justice
C2401-2463, 2534-2557, USC Ch 31 & 34

The Eight Commandment: Witnesses to the Truth
C 2464-2513, USC Ch. 32

Prayer: Faith Prayed

Prayer I
C 2558-2758, USC Ch. 35

Prayer II: The Lord’s Prayer
C 2700-2719, 2759-2865, USC pp 473-474 & Ch. 36


20/20 Report on Rockdale County High's Basketball Championship - 1987
20/20 Report on Rockdale County High School's Basketball Championship which aired on ABC's 20/20 June 11, 1987. (9:14)

1987 Rockdale Basketball Championship

True Integrity: the dues we owe to God and our country

Mr. Cleveland Stroud had coached the basketball team, the Blue-Collar Bulldogs, of Rockdale County High School (Conyers, Georgia, U.S.A.), for 18 years before his team made it to the state championship.  Stroud recalls, “It was the perfect night when they won, a night you dream of.”  He was carried around the gym on the shoulders of his triumphant players and their proud parents.  The local paper put his picture on the front page.  But the excitement was short-lived.
Two months after the championship, during a routine grade check, Stroud discovered that one player had been academically ineligible.  The player had only played 45 seconds during the regional qualifying tournament, and he wasn’t an important player.  Stroud says, “I thought it was all ruined.  I went through a phase where I was really depressed.”
He struggled with what to do next.  Yet, his commitment to integrity led him to the right decision.
“Winning is the most important thing for any coach,” he says, “but your principles have to be higher than your goals.”
He reported the error to the league and the Bulldogs forfeited their trophy.
When the team lamented their loss in the locker room, he told them, “You’ve got to do what is honest, what is right, and what the rules say.  That’s how we pay to God what’s His.  People forget the scores of basketball games, but they don’t ever forget what you are made of”
(In Touch Magazine, January 1999).
SOURCE: Fr. Tony's homilies
Cleveland Stroud

Cleveland Stroud

Rockdale News — (4:13)

Part of Rockdale County High School's "Class of 87" Graduation

Part of Rockdale County High School's "Class of 87" Graduation

radioman 1968 — (27:00)

Honest Track Coach Sacrifices Trophy To Maintain Integrity

Honest Track Coach Sacrifices Trophy To Maintain Integrity

CBS Boston (2:00)

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