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The Catholic Teacher and Daily Prayer

In every one of my live Catholic teacher seminars I talk about the importance of daily prayer within the vocation of Catholic education. Much of the time teachers feel that the busyness of modern life rules out the likelihood of making a firm commitment to daily...

The Catholic Teacher And Dark Faith

As many of you know, I was involved in a bad accident last week and have just got home from hospital. If you've ever found yourself lying in a hospital bed you may remember that it's a place where we can end up wondering where God has gone. It's a question at least as...

The Catholic Teacher And Being Where God Wants You To Be

In today's episode I share with you a very special quote from a very special saint. It's a reminder that the peace that we all seek in life can come when we finally realise that we are exactly where God wants us to be. It may not always feel that way amidst the...

Learning What Not To Do To Evangelize Young People

The other day on Twitter a prominent Archbishop asked for some advice. My response forms the basis of this podcast and I think you will find it interesting. Do you ever get tired of the next new program or system or idea in the education space? Ever get tired of the...

Jack Kerouac, Hippies and the Mission of the Catholic Teacher

Yesterday I finished the iconic American novel, 'On The Road.' It's an important work for many reasons. It captures a transitional moment in Western culture and also highlights how the incredible gifts that God gives us can be turned to less than ideal ends. In this...

What Johnny Cash Can Teach All Catholic Educators

A few weeks ago I was speaking in Nashville and had time to visit the Country music Hall Of Fame. Our family had, for some reason, slowly become fans of Johnny Cash so it was great to visit a place where he had a strong presence. I want to share a simple insight that...

Failure, Comparison and Mental Health

So many young people live in a world of comparison. Social media provides a daily diet of images and ideas where so many of our students can come to feel inadequate or simply not good enough. In today's episode I want to share with you the incredible way in which...

When The Catholic Teacher Thinks No One Sees Them

On my recent speaking tour I shared with thousands of Catholic teachers a special story from Exodus 35. In this story we hear about someone who was given a very special task by God but did not seem to have much of an audience. So often, Catholic teachers can begin to...

St. Ignatius of Antioch And The Courage To Be Catholic

Listen to the Latest Jonathan Doyle Podcasts OnLatest Podcasts Life offers us so many possibilities. I’ve always been interested in why some people live amazing lives of contribution and success and why so many struggle with lost ambitions, unfulfilling...