Saints and Scholars On-the-Go
A monthly podcast discussing the intersection of faith, education & daily life
In this episode, Superintendent Kathy Mears chats with Sr. Bárbara Gutiérrez, SNDdeN, the director of enrollment management at the Catholic Schools Office. Sr. Bárbara, who has been at the Catholic Schools Office since the beginning of May, works with schools to strengthen their ties with Hispanic families.
Learn more about reaching out to Hispanic families in your community by listening to this episode!
Click on the image below to watch a short video about Sr. Bárbara's background!
The NCEA offers some great resources for connecting with Hispanic and Latino families in your community, including:
Teachers Julie Scott and Kyle Ganley, both of St. Joseph School in Needham, joined Superintendent Kathy Mears during Teacher Appreciation Week to chat about the joys and challenges of being a Catholic school teacher. When listening to this episode, you'll hear heartwarming stories about their school community. We are blessed with many intelligent and caring educators across the Archdiocese who care about their students and are focused on developing saints and scholars!
Did you know that there's a Missionary Childhood Association in every diocese and archdiocese in the United States? Kathy Mears chats with Maureen Heil, director of the MCA in the Archdiocese of Boston, about the organization and how you can get involved with your family. Listen to learn more! You can also visit www.propfaithboston.org or email firstname.lastname@example.org to find more information on the Missionary Childhood Association.
Superintendent Kathy Mears chats with two parents and the principal from St. Francis of Assisi School in Braintree about choosing a Catholic school. All three people have different backgrounds and different reasons for choosing St. Francis. Listen to learn more!