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Introducing Anchor Point and Grace Period, Spiritual Resources from ACE

on Wednesday, 17 February 2021.

Grace Period Anchor Point, Spiritual Resources from the Alliance for Catholic Education

As teachers and school leaders face these days of darkness, the Alliance for Catholic Education invites you to join us as we walk toward the light that our faith tells us lies ahead.

Each Monday, join us for Grace Period, a weekly series of audio reflections by Fr. Lou DelFra, CSC, designed to meet your busy schedule as teachers and educators and help you pause, listen for God’s voice in your life, and begin anew.

And each day, we invite you to pray Anchor Point, a daily prayer to proclaim God’s love to begin the day and proclaim God’s faithfulness as the day draws to a close.

We pray that each of you find grace in each day, and we thank you for all you do for Catholic schools.

Celebrate Good Times? Even Amid a Pandemic, Catholic Schools Bring the Joy

Tim Will on Wednesday, 27 January 2021.

Celebrate Good Times? Even Amid a Pandemic, Catholic Schools Bring the Joy

“Umm...what are we celebrating, Miss Ogden?”

The voice came through Kathy Ogden’s computer speakers, barely audible over the uplifting beats of “Celebration” by Kool & The Gang.

“We just finished our first full day of virtual learning!” was Kathy’s energetic answer.

Pursuing Excellence in a Pandemic

Kenna Arana on Wednesday, 27 January 2021.

Austin Preparatory School in Reading, MA

Veritas, unitas, and caritas – or truth, unity, and charity – are the three charisms of the Augustinian educational tradition. At Austin Preparatory School in Reading, Massachusetts, these words are more than a token that hearkens back to the school’s history. They describe and drive the spirit of the faculty, staff, and students in the midst of a pandemic

Helping Students Process the Capitol Attacks

on Friday, 08 January 2021.

By: Meghan McDermott - Faculty, ACE Teaching Fellows

United States Capitol

After the storming of the U.S. Capitol left students and teachers wondering how to process and talk about what they witnessed, Meghan McDermott, a faculty member for ACE Teaching Fellows, shared these thoughts and resources.

When God and Grandma Have Other Plans

Audrey Scott on Thursday, 24 December 2020.

“We have superintendents, school counselors, teachers. We call education ‘The Family Business,’ and I fought being a part of it for years,” says Kristy Martinez, a graduate of the Mary Ann Remick Leadership Program’s 17th cohort.

Kristy resolved her family’s vocation would not be hers. She was going to be a lawyer.

But God and Grandma had other plans.