We should always strive to share our faith with our loved ones, both at home and in our communities.
Here are a few simple ways to bring yourself closer to Christ during this holy time.
Captain Irving started Flying Classroom to expand the STEM+ curriculum available to schools.
Reflection is so important to the growth of any child, but especially after the unprecedented events of last year and the beginning of 2021
In today’s world, the hustle and bustle of our daily lives can feel overwhelming—so much so that we can lose sight of the things that matter most to us, including our faith. When we and our family’s schedules become too full to incorporate the daily spiritual practices of prayer, reflection, and meditation—elements of our faith that are so central to our lives as Catholics—we begin to weaken our relationship with God.
This is a joyous celebration in Catholic education, when we take time out of our busy day-to-day schedules to pause and think about the blessings our Catholic Academies and Parish Schools provide to our families.
Reading and studying the Bible with your child can be one of the most fulfilling and inspiring ways to strengthen and grow within your faith together, as a family. Not only are you encouraging critical thinking and reading schools, but also helping your child understand the Word of God through the lens of love you offer as a parent.
In a time when family has become even more central to our lives amidst the uncertainty of the pandemic, setting up family faith goals will help your household grow even stronger together through prayer.
Being a parent, and in my case also a grandparent, we are presented with a unique opportunity to witness the pure joy that is a child at Christmastime.
An uncertain and frightening year has brought with it an opportunity to celebrate the holidays in a new light. The pandemic has affected each person differently, leaving the world with much to grieve, but also much for which to be thankful.