My name is Nick Senger, and I love finding resources to help others, especially in the areas of spirituality, literature, Catholic education, and technology. Here you’ll find some of the projects and resources I’ve put together that I hope are of use to you. I'm a husband, father of four, Catholic school vice principal, and director of technology. I'm an ordained deacon and I currently work at All Saints Catholic School in Spokane, WA, where I've worked since 1991. I've been interviewed on shows like This Is the Day, I was featured in Gonzaga University's Gonzaga Magazine, and in 2001 I was named a Distinguished Teacher of the Year by the National Catholic Education Association. You can find me on Twitter at @nsenger.
One Catholic Life is the place where I post my homilies, thoughts, and reflections. You'll also find book reviews and recommendations, spiritual resources, and just about anything else I happen to be thinking about. One Catholic Life developed from a blog I used to have called Literary Compass, which began on June 20, 2006 and ended on December 19, 2008.
Teen Literacy Tips was a blog that I created to provide readers with teaching techniques and advice improving the teaching of reading to junior high students. Though I have moved on to other endeavors, I have left the resources and articles online.
When I became Director of Technology for our school in spring of 2014, I started Catholic School Techto chronicle the development of our technology program. It's the place where I share our challenges, trials, and successes, in the hope that it will help other Catholic schools as they grow their own technology programs.
The mission of Catholic School Chronicle is to be a source of news, resources, and community building for all those interested in Catholic education. Though its primary audience is Catholic school teachers and administrators, Catholic School Chronicle also benefits others involved in Catholic education and catechesis.
The Catholic Classroom is a cooperative blog by Catholic school students and teachers around the world. Students post pictures and articles by emailing their posts to a custom address--no signing up necessary. Visit The Catholic Classroom to participate in the latest project.