Resources for Teachers

I've blogged about this once before, but just a reminder that we have set up a special page for teachers, featuring selected articles on subjects such as sacraments and liturgy, the saints and Catholics and politics. We've also just uploaded our monthly teacher newsletters to the page, so you can now download them. Here is the March edition.

Visit our Teacher Resources Page.

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If you'd like to subscribe to our monthly newsletter, email me. Also contact me if you're interested in joining our soon-to-be-launched Google Group for high school teachers.

Tim Reidy

 

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Vince Killoran
8 years ago
Thanks Tim-this website looks great!
 
Are there any similar websites for parents?  As a parent of a teenager (age:13) I have not had much success in finding books-fiction or non-fiction- that address their Catholic faith in an age-appropriate way.

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