They didn 't step in to help innocent men, women, and children from horrific events that could 've been prevented. However, some people did step in. People like Irena Sendler changed history for the better. Irena Sendler is a woman who risked her life frequently to save 2,500 children from the horrific Warsaw Ghetto. Born as Irena Krzyżanowska on February 15, 1910 to two Catholic parents Dr.Stanisław Krzyżanowski, a physician, and his wife, Janina, Irena was taught from a very young age to help anyone and everyone who is in need.
Saint Teresa had an average childhood; she was born on March 28th, 1515 in Avila, Spain. Her parents were both devoted Catholics and they both influenced their daughter. She always had a deep passion for her religion. Often, her parents saw her in prayer and noticed she would give alms to the poor. Teresa had a close relationship with her mother, sadly, her mother died when Teresa was in her teens.
The tragedy served as an incentive; determined to save women in her mother’s position, Sanger enrolled in a medical program at Claverack College. She graduated in 1900 and began work as a nurse at White Plains Hospital. (Sanger 20). Here, she saw hordes of impoverished girls in desperate need of birth control and abortions, both illegal at the time. Sanger set out to change this, and at the end of her career, she would become the face of the Women’s Reproductive Rights movement.
Honesty is an important virtue to her, and others are able to see this, for example, John Proctor states, “In her life she has never lied...my wife cannot lie” (Act 3). She shows her love for the church by being righteous and doing
118). Calpurnia takes pride in Jem and Scout and shows a massive amount of courage taking these children to her type of life, and to her church. She teaches these kids that it’s not always the right thing to do what everybody else is doing. Calpurnia looks after these children and takes them in as her own when she is told to. Atticus shows the most examples of courage in this story.
Sister Aloysius is reacting to Father Flynn sermon and responding to the close relationship between Father Flynn and Donald Miller that was informed to her from Sister James observations. As noted in the movie Sister Aloysius first suspects Father Flynn after his sermon in regards to doubt. The next dinner she is among the other nuns she states, “This past Sunday what did you think that sermon was about?” She questions Sister James. Sister James is stunned of the question and responds by stating, “He was talking about doubt.” Then Sister Aloysius states, “All be alert I am concerned about matters in St. Nicholas school.” Sister James informs Sister Aloysius of her observation of the relationship between Father Flynn and Donald. When Sister
Ruby trusted that God would help her get through school. It wasn’t just Ruby who believed in god, her mom also prayed a lot for Ruby and Abon. Dr. Cole as well had faith in Ruby that she would change and show improvement in the way she acted. Ruby had to overcome a lot of things during her time at William Frantz, prejudice, facing her fears, and finding her strength in faith were just some of
This shows that how important church was to Rosa and her family. Church was a very special time for Rosa and her whole family to bond and pray together. Church helped form Rosa, giving her hope in herself, so that she did not give up when facing hard times. Her family was always there for her no matter what she was going through.Her family was a huge key to success. This shows how her family impacted her life a lot and changed her to be a stronger person when facing difficult times.
Throughout the entire story we can see that Mrs. Turpin thinks of herself as a Christian and a religious or spiritual being. This is stated several times before she confronts her maker shortly before the end of the story. She works on the assumption that she is somehow deserving of her place in life and grateful that she has not been placed lower and in the dimension of niggers and white trash, or to the worse of the worst, the place reserved for the trashy niggers. For her, being what and where she is can be attributed to the God she prays to and for that she is genuinely grateful. She realizes that all God 's children are destined for heaven regardless of the color of their skin, the amount of money or land they have, and their mental state only after their sins have been forgiven.
Being messenger of Good Faith is a characteristic that I found very appealing. This is the kind of nurse I hope to be. I want to be there for my patients with my faith during the hardest times. Also I want to help them understands that God is wonderful and he is always present among us. Question 2: Have you ever had a concrete situation