Kathleen Zamboni McCormick Quotes
“It’s in English,” I call out as it comes into focus. “It says ‘Made in China.’” At first Sister Loretta thinks I must be wrong, but when she sees the words for herself, she explains to us that God anticipated that the Communists in China would create technology that makes medals, rosaries, and plastic figurines really cheaply, and He was ready to temporarily forgive them for not being a democracy and for being pagans if they were willing to sell these holy goods to us at a fantastic discount, which shows us that God, like everyone else, goes out of His way to get a good deal on something He really needs. Who doesn’t like a bargain?”
“Diocesan exams are given at the end of March to students in Catholic schools throughout Massachusetts from the fourth to the twelfth grade. You have to answer four out of seven essay questions. A typical question goes something like this: Theologians speculate about whether Christ actually appeared to His disciples after He rose from the dead. Is the scripture clear on this? Discuss, with reference to the different gospels and their variations, and to different theological interpretations”
Kathleen Zamboni McCormick
- Date of birth: August 23
- Born: in Cambridge, The United States.
- Description: Experienced Professor with a demonstrated history of working in the higher education industry. Skilled in Academic Advising, Editing, Journalism, Public Speaking, and Curriculum Development. Strong education professional with a Doctor of Philosophy - Ph.D. focused in English Language and Literature from The University of Connecticut.