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Brilliant! 25 Catholic Scientists, Mathematicians, and Supersmart People
Mar-Apr '21

Think faith and science don’t go together? Think again!

It’s important to teach children at a young age that faith and science are complementary! In an effort to help children learn about the relationship between faith and science, the Daughters of Saint Paul, a premier publisher of Catholic children’s books for over seventy years through Pauline Books & Media, have partnered with the Word on Fire Institute to present an exciting new book for children: Brilliant! 25 Catholic Scientists, Mathematicians, and Supersmart People.

The book introduces children to many of the Catholics who have been behind groundbreaking discoveries in science and math for centuries. Children will embark on an adventure through history where they’ll meet faith-filled pioneers in every field from anatomy to astrophysics. They’ll walk in the footsteps of these supersmart Catholics who changed the world and learn how brilliant they can be when they unite faith and science! Available for purchase at http://store.wordonfire.org

Reimagining the Examen
Mar-Apr '21

Reimagining the Examen offers a unique prayer experience that’s tailored to your needs and mood. Each Examen, based on St. Ignatius’s 500-year-old prayer, guides you through a stimulating reflection on your day, helping you invite God into your nitty-gritty. Choose an Examen that matches your current state of being, or pray that day’s scheduled reflection.

Reimagining the Examen, created by Loyola Press, is based on Mark Thibodeaux, SJ’s best-selling book, “Reimagining the Ignatian Examen,” which offers flexible and adaptable versions of the Examen. Begin the app experience today to invite grace, gratitude, and insight into your daily life. Reimagining the Examen is available on iTunes or on Google Play.

How to Survive Working in a Catholic School: A Guide for Teachers and Support Staff by Sr Judith Russi SSMN & Raymond Friel
Mar-Apr '21

Whether you are practising or lapsed Catholic, practise a different faith, or are not religious at all, the Catholic school system can sometimes be a bit confusing. This book deals with all your possible concerns and more. Issues covered include getting to grips with the Catholic ethos, preparing services and knowing the correct way to address a member of clergy. Available for purchase at Amazon.co.uk. To know more about resources for school leaders visit: educarem.org.uk/resources

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