Review: Monks’ Bread Fundraiser for Our Church

In a church, your fundraisers should do more than bring in money! They should teach your values. We used a Monks Bread fundraiser to buy kid-sized furniture.

Daily Reading: Celebrating Our Adoption Day!

This morning, I got to read one of my favorite verses in scripture. The first reading is from Acts 15, when the early Christian communities have gathered in Jerusalem to deal with one of the biggest controversies in the early Church. As you may have figured out by now, I love to study controversy, and... Continue Reading →

Sister’s Secret: Victoria’s Got Nothing on Us!

Confession: This summer, I became known as "the underwear lady." Quick links: CSSJ Federation Event 2016, Event Banquet Video,  Esperanza Threads, PACT women's apparel, Fundraise with Spreadshirt, CIW's Fair Food Shirts, Cruelty Free Clothing Guide Picture this: 700 people at round tables in a banquet room in Orlando, Florida. The tables are tastefully decorated with white... Continue Reading →

Learning From History: From Hough to Ferguson

Hough's ashes were a symptom of a greater social wound. How can Ferguson's suffering lead to treatment and new life?

NOLA: Adult Education, Poor Boys & Beignets!

This post is in memory of Kathleen Bahlinger, CSJ who just shocked the community with her sudden passing while in active, great health at the age of 75. I had the pleasure of meeting Sr Kathleen during a visit to New Orleans in March for the amazing 2013 COABE National Conference. One of my life... Continue Reading →

Les Miserables: Adult Literacy & Electing a Pope

Les Miserables is more than just a movie! Some snippets of what Victor Hugo had to say about the Papal Conclave, prison, and education.

Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer Strikes Back

Farrell Ink argues with "the Rudolph complex" and teaching morality to young children.

Teaching to Transgress: Stepping Out from Behind the Podium

Farrell Ink argues with bell hooks about Education as the Practice of Freedom

The Perks of Being a Wallflower: Fantasy & Reality of Suburban Drug Abuse & Suicide

Farrell Ink argues with The Perks of Being a Wallflower about the fantasy vs. reality of suburban drug abuse and suicide.

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