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St. Thomas Aquinas Back to School Prayer

A Student’s Prayer By St. Thomas Aquinas

Come, Holy Spirit, Divine Creator, true source of light and fountain of wisdom! Pour forth your brilliance upon my dense intellect, dissipate the darkness which covers me, that of sin and of ignorance. Grant me a penetrating mind to understand, a retentive memory, method and ease in learning, the lucidity to comprehend, and abundant grace […]

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The Future of Higher Education w/ Dr. John Bergsma

Drew and Katie Taylor sit down with Dr John Bergsma to discuss it, the future of higher education, how to fall in love with scripture.

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6 Reasons To Rest On Sundays

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Who Is The Patron Saint Of Your Profession?

  Who Is The Patron Saint Of Your Profession? Patron Saint Of Athletes | St. Sebastian Patron Saint Of Journalists | St. Francis de Sales Patron Saint Of Teachers | St. John Baptist de la Salle Patron Saint of Lawyers | St. Ivo Patron Saint of Singers | St. Gregory the Great Patron Saint Of […]

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Catholic Kids Have Big Questions…Learn How To Answer Them

Sitting around the dinner table, my young son asked me a seemingly simple question, “How can I know that God exists?” He wasn’t asking about prayer or the Bible, but about logic. Why does our belief in God make sense? This was one of those rare parenting instances when I knew I was in a […]

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He Pours Light Into Our Minds | St. Peter Damian

“He pours light into our minds, arouses our desire and gives us strength… As the soul is the life of the body, so the Holy Spirit, is the life of our souls.” – St. Peter Damian

How Precious Is The Family | Pope Francis Quote

How Precious Is The Family | Pope Francis Quote

How precious is the family! Pope Francis

Great resources, videos, books, and podcast for Catholic school teachers. Embrace your mission to share the faith!

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Catholic quotes, infographics, memes and more resources for the New Evangelization. Infographic: 8 Questions To Examine My Use Of Time.

Infographic: 8 Questions To Examine My Use Of Time

8 Questions To Examine My Use Of Time

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How To Respond To School Shootings: Have Faith, Not Fear

“To our departed brothers and sisters… give kind admittance into your kingdom.  There we hope to enjoy forever the fullness of your glory, when you will wipe away every tear from our eyes.“ ~ paraphrased from Eucharistic Prayer III, Roman Missal, 3rd Edition English Translation, 2011. There were two days left in the school year.   […]

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The ABCs And 123s Of Catholic School Safety

With the new school year in session nationwide, our Catholic Schools find themselves balancing the challenges of returning to a “normal” school year while remaining mindful of new instructional methods and ever-changing mask and distance mandates. Yet another challenge, however, lurks in the background, and it’s an overlooked casualty of the COVID-pandemic: when our schools […]

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How Catholic Schools Can Create A Pro-life Culture

Creating a pro-life culture is not simply putting up posters during pro-life week or sending a few students to the March for Life. Those things are good, but if that’s all you do, it’s like putting a band-aid on an issue that’s literally life or death and saying, “Whelp, that should do it.” Let’s certainly […]

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8 Practical Ways To Be A Catholic School That Promotes Vocations

Did you know that studies consistently show that 70% of the newly ordained first heard the call to the priesthood between birth and 18 years of age? (1) At the risk of stating the obvious, these are the prime educational years for faith formation. Children should encounter inspiration and instruction within the family; however, by […]

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The 5 Marks Of A Truly Catholic School

In more than 6,100 Catholic schools across the country the annual celebration of Catholic Schools Week is underway. While there is much to celebrate in our nation’s unique Catholic education system, there is also much anxiety over plummeting enrollment and shuttered schools. In the past decade alone, there has been a net loss of nearly […]

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3 Ways To Recover When Your Day With The Kids Has Gone Haywire

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5 Patron Saints For Students

5 Patron Saints Every Student Needs To Know About!

Ever need help with your studies? For many students, there are times when motivation is hard and studying is full of stress. The Church has recognized certain people as saints, stating with confidence that they are in Heaven and able to intercede on our behalf before God. And there are many saints who are perfect […]

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Can Moms Volunteer? 9 Tips To Make It Work

Volunteering is incredibly beneficial to our spiritual growth. Serving in the community provides opportunities to focus on the needs of others, challenges us in new ways, develops virtues, and encourages us to pray more. But, once you become a mom, isn’t your family your ministry? Yes! Your vocation as a wife and a mother will […]

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Turning The Worst Of Times Into The Best Of Times

“It was the best of times; it was the worst of times.” Great beginnings, like those opening lines of A Tale of Two Cities, are more memorable than most endings. Because when we open the first page of a novel or watch the curtain rise on a play, we are charged with anticipation.  “It was […]

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5 Bible Verses To Write In Your Child’s Lunch Box

Every year, no matter how old my children get, I take a sharpie and write a bible verse on the inside of their lunch box. I prayerfully choose a verse that they will be able to read each day, with the goal of having it memorized by the end of the year. For the younger […]

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52 Books Every Catholic School Library Should Have

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If More Adults Were Like Brenda Louis, Maybe There Would Be Less Violence In Our Schools

Brenda Louis, a Broward Sheriff’s Office deputy who was assigned to monitor a hospital floor after the tragic February 14th school shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida, is an example to all those who consider themselves to be faithful Christians. After receiving a text message from her sister encouraging her to do so, Ms. […]

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Uncontainable Joy & Keeping Secrets: 3 Thought Experiments

Father Ian VanHeusen presents a Catholic Bible Study and spiritual exercise on the Gospel reading from Mark 1:40-45, when Jesus cleanses the leper and His reputation for miracles and wonders begins to spread near and far. We invite you to watch Father’s video, then prayerfully read the Gospel and reflection. We pray that this might […]

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4 Tips to Study Like a Christian

God is looking for us. He wants us to be saints. When we become conscious of this, we can feel a certain vertigo, imagining what He might ask of us and how we would possibly do it. While some individuals have been asked to accomplish certain truly admirable deeds, far greater numbers have achieved holiness […]

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13 Ways To Share Your Faith In School

Back to school! Now is the time for endless school supply sales and thinking of cooler weather. As happy as the commercials make it seem, school can be full of negative experiences for many people. Like the video below shows, students struggle with rules, expectations, and balancing respect for authority and trying to tell the […]

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Holy Week To-Do List For Catholics

Holy Week To-Do List Go to Confession. Forgive people. Help others. Clean your house and your mind. Spend time in silence reflecting on the sacrifice Christ made for you. Stay strong in your Lenten fast. Learn about Holy Thursday. Learn about Good Friday. Learn about...

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