Code of Conduct

Code of Conduct

 


 

  1.  Through prayer, charity, and concrete acts, we will support other Catholic families as we teach our children and together journey toward our heavenly home to reach our goal to see the Beatific Vision, to behold God face-to-face. (CCC 1, 27, 44, 1655, 1878-9, 1893, 1946, 1948, 2208)

 

  1. Adult and student members should use self-control and be respectful of others, including opinions expressed.

    1. Intentional physical injury at activities is unacceptable.

    2. Verbal abuse occurring at activities or through email, correspondence, phone calls, or text messaging by adult or student members is unacceptable.  Charity must govern all communication between members.

These behaviors offend Our Lord, Jesus Christ, Mother Mary, and St. Joseph, the patrona of Holy Hearts. Prohibiting these actions is in keeping with the Diocese of Tyler Safe Environment program.  (CCC 1804, 1806-7, 1811, 1823, 2196 & Romans 13:8-10)

 

  1. As temples of God, at activities in-person or online:  adult and student members should be modestly attired (CCC 2524)

 

  1. Parents are the primary educators of their children. If you see your student behaving inappropriately, give appropriate discipline/correction.  Non-parents, if you see a situation, with charity, inform the responsible parent as soon as possible.  If the situation warrants quick action, with charity, step in directly, then inform the responsible parent as soon as possible.  (CCC 1601, 1652-3, 2217, 2223, 2226, 2229 & Col 3:20)