Speaking at NCEA Meeting

I am excited to inform readers that I will be speaking this Friday morning in Tempe, AZ as part of the National Catholic Education Association's regional meeting. It will take place at the Newman Center at Arizona State University. My talk is titled "Hashtag God": Finding Faith in the Modern World. I will present some specific strategies for introducing the Catholic faith to high school students, while highlighting a few features of Ignatian pedagogy. My talk will also hit upon many of the themes that I've written about at this blog and in other Catholic publications. If you're part of the faculty that will attend, I look forwarding to seeing you there!


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