December 11, 2013 – Susan Ferguson
// December 11th, 2013 // Uncategorized
Francesca Franchina, MS Ed. talks with Susan Ferguson, Director of The University of Dayton Center for Catholic Education and Dr. Toni Moore, Ph. D. Director of The St. Remy Initiative focusing on the all encompassing Marianist innovative approach to Catholic Education regarding teacher education/formation, students, schools and symposiums, discussing an overview of the history of the Center for Catholic Education. Hear about The Lalanne Program, The UD Urban Child Development Center, The St. Remy Initiative; Catholic Education Summits of 2012/13 and the planned 2014 Summit all of which will be featured and discussed in depth on upcoming Francesca and Friends scheduled for Dec. 18, 2013; January 15/22, 2014; February 12/19 2014 and March 12/26th. Don’t miss this program and future programs which will make your heart sing in finding out there is a very successful plan being promulgated successfully in Catholic Schools across the USA and other countries. Bl. Wm. Joseph Chaminade was a holy, gutsy, innovative, highly creative Catholic priest. As Founder of The Society of Mary (Marianists) the only title he would accept was Apostolic Missionary whose mission was to rebuild the Catholic Church after the French Revolution. When he returned to France, Blessed Chaminade focused on being an evangelizer of young people, educator, community organizer, developer and builder…what we would dub today as a really forward thinking shaker and mover! His work carries on in Marianist Schools, Universities, Parishes and The Family of Mary Apostolate throughout the world under the Mantle of the Blessed Mother, Maria Duce bringing souls to Jesus!