Fellows' Blog
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St. Anselm and Fr. Mike Eguino: Parish Highlight

Our lay apostolate wouldn’t be able to serve without the Church’s foundation. Thankfully, we’re blessed to have amazing priests, religious partnerships, and parishes to build up our fellows! Get a tour of the beautiful St. Anselm, and meet Fr. Mike Eguino who supports our South Bronx Fellows.

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Fellows' Blog
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Free Will and Error in the Classroom

To be an authority in the classroom requires authenticity, and that includes choosing to acknowledge our mistakes. Teaching students the gift of error, and how to respond freely and virtuously to it, is a necessary facet of the Christian experience.

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Fellows' Blog
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The Loss of Mystical Prayer

There are many social issues that get touted as “the greatest problem facing the Church today,” but the Church faithful often fail to see the spiritual drought at the root of these concerns.

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Fellows' Blog
Isabella Gadapee

What Does it Mean to be a Teacher? A Meditation

Thomas May is a Cohort 8 Seton Teaching Fellow serving at Brilla College Prep Middle School in the Bronx, New York. He attended Thomas Aquinas College where he studied the classical liberal arts. In this short piece, read Thomas’s reflection on teaching, his thoughts on awakening the gifts of students through education, and his experience of learning how to be Christlike in the classroom.

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Fellows' Blog
Isabella Gadapee

The Cult of Efficiency

In this short piece, read Emily Kling’s reflection on rest, and how God has revealed to her the nature of rest in the modern world not only through her own academic study of our faith, but also her through work with her disciples as a Seton Teaching Fellow.

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