Cultivating Catholic Identity within Our Schools

Reflections on WFMP by Don Beyers of Novalis. He describes three important new books. Science and Faith includes chapters by Fr. Angus MacDougall Award recipient for 2013, Katharine Stevenson of Halton CDSB and CARFLEO executive member, Les Miller.

Seeds of Faith

Every Fall we have the great fortune of participating in When Faith Meets Pedagogy, a conference for Catholic teachers from across Ontario. The conference offers us the opportunity to meet with leading religious educators and discuss the many ways we can support our Catholic schools. As in previous years, we’ve come to hear of the profound need for books and resources that help teachers and parents cultivate Catholic identity at school and at home. Many educators will remind us that without Catholic education, many of our youth may never come to experience the richness of the life of the Church and its impressive contribution to society and culture.

it-began-with-promiseThis year we were pleased to share with our friends at When Faith Meets Pedagogy the release of three titles to help educators as they promote Catholic identity in their schools. The first of which is Richard Olson’s It Began with a…

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