Is it just me or has life been a bit hectic lately? Between installing new office computers, tutoring struggling students, planning lessons, grading papers, and trying to keep up with blog posts, I’m barely treading water. But that’s what makes life worth living, right? Throwing yourself into a vocation that really matters, and doing the best you can.
If your life has been as busy as mine, you might have gotten behind in reading some of the great new blog posts from Catholic educators and catechists. Here’s what you might have missed over the past ten days:
- Jared Dees shares over twenty rosary activities.
- Ann Lusch ponders another Sunday.
- Michael Zalenka writes about beginning with the end in mind.
- Adam Fairholm discusses handing some control over to parents and alumni.
- TJ Agostino contemplates the implications of the film Waiting for Superman.
- Adam Thompson connects personal tragedy to Hamlet.
- Laura grieves for a fallen hero.
- Ed Allen challenges us to look for the good.
- Ann Oro muses on the benefits of social media.
- Karen McMillan (aka McTeach) plays with the Flip camera.
- Roy Petitfils asks if you’re making the most of “face-time” with youth.
- William Brannick is humbled by his experience starting a new Web 2.0 class.
- Mike St. Pierre reflects on what he’s learned from three weeks of prayer.
- Jonathan Sullivan comments on the spiritual role of the principal.
- Marc Cardaronella exhorts us to preach the gospel always…period.