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Let us praise the Lord for the gift of the teachers in our life and all those who help guide our children, both in life and in the faith. 📚 Celebrate the educator or administrator in your life with the gift of a perfect book! Check out our bestsellers through this link.
It's #CatholicSchoolsWeek! ✏ 📚 Celebrate the educator or administrator in your life with the gift of a perfect book! Two of our recommended reads for teachers in 2022 include: 👉 Called to Teach 👉 Sweet Jesus, Is It June Yet? Check out our all of our books for educators, administrators, and more now: https://www.avemariapress.com/category/religious-education?utm_content=buffercbfa7&utm_medium=social&utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_campaign=buffer . #catholicschools #catholicbooks
The school year has started again! This year, especially after the challenges and heroic patience of the previous semesters, teachers need support now more than ever. Amy Cattapan shares how Jesus' example in the gospel can reignite their love of teaching with spiritual advice and practical strategies. Help nourish the teachers in your life here:
On #TeacherAppreciationDay, we pray that all teachers may be strengthened and supported, especially after such a challenging year. We are so grateful for their gifts and their yes to the mission of education. Do you have a teacher that you want to thank in a special way? Check out our library of teacher resources from Jared Dees, Justin McClain, Notre Dame's ACE program, and more.
Are you a parent or teacher looking for engaging Lenten resources for your teen or classroom? Check out this FREE series of reflection videos from Katie Prejean McGrady and Tommy McGrady based on their book, Lent: One Day at a Time for Catholic Teens. Click here to learn more.
What kind of sacred art do you have in your home? Emily Jaminet, Catholic author and executive director of the Sacred Heart Enthronement Network, writes about sacred art in our homes. When we display sacred artwork we are choosing to not only give a physical witness to our faith, but we are also inviting our Lord into our lives to offer a new means of sanctification and grace, she says. Read her full #AveExplores: Art and Architecture article here.
What is the origin of life? Does the Big Bang prove God? Can a Christian accept the theory of evolution? Teacher and scientist Dr. Stacy A. Trasancos—who converted to Catholicism while confronting similar concerns about science and faith—addresses these and many other probing questions in the NEW student edition of Particles of Faith.