Colorado teens urged to replace cruelty with kindness

I’ve always said that middle school was one of the biggest hurdles I’ve had to get through in life.

Your body is making all of these changes, newly raging hormones are unfamiliar to you, and some of your peers seem to be mean for no reason.

Those young adolescent memories came flooding back to me as I read over a story about a middle school rally in Colorado that used a spiritually fueled message to promote an end to cruelty, and a beginning for kindness.

The story is in The Colorado Catholic Herald, newspaper of the Diocese of Colorado Springs, and it details some inspiring lessons.

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One Response to Colorado teens urged to replace cruelty with kindness

  1. Bill says:


    Thanks for the plug! The blog is great. Keep up the good work.

    Bill Howard
    The Colorado Catholic Herald

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