March 2, 2015 - Dr. Andrew Seeley
Our great task as teachers is to facilitate the interior encounter between our students and Our Lord. He commanded us to teach, and the role of “teacher” was set up in Apostolic times. This means that our students not only encounter Jesus in their own souls, but also in the love, direction, and encouragement they receive from us.
March 2, 2015 - Ms. Mary Pat Donoghue
In the end, the Catholic classical teacher will be formed through a dedicated and serious interior life of prayer and the willingness to pursue learning for life. Our ability to guide our students toward lives of moral and intellectual virtue is entirely dependent on our own growth in faith, reason, and love.
March 2, 2015
To follow-up our featured resource from the last newsletter, The St. Jerome Educational Plan, Elisabeth Sullivan asked Mr. Flynn to tell us how he brings the classical curriculum to life in his classroom.
DR. SEELEY INTERVIEWED ON SPIRIT CATHOLIC RADIO
January 29, 2015 - Dr. Andrew Seeley
Classical education is a movement that looks back to the great riches of Christian civilization to both learn how to teach and learn what to teach.