This week, we hear from Justin McClain, teacher of Theology at Bishop McNamara High School in Forrestville, Maryland, on owning the faith identity as a Catholic teacher. Justin speaks on how important the interior, spiritual life must be to the Catholic teacher and how they can display this faith to their students. Justin also speaks on how he avoids burnout and the role of the Holy Spirit in the life of the Catholic teacher and the Catholic Student
0:00 – Intro 7:05 – Discerning your Vocation 10:09 – Creating times for prayer for students 14:54 – How do you experience the concept of vocation in your own life? 20:41 – What sustains you and keeps you from burning out? 24:44 – How does the Holy Spirit work in the life of a Catholic Teacher? 30:26 – Owning our faith identity 38:39 – A vision of what’s possible for young people spiritually 44:54 – What is the most rewarding part of your vocation? 48:36 – What can teachers do to thrive in Catholic education?
Find Justin McClain’s Books here: Called to Teach: https://www.amazon.com/Called-Teach-Inspiration-Catholic-Educators/dp/1594716854 Called to Pray: https://www.amazon.com/Called-Pray-Prayers-Catholic-Schools/dp/1594718679/ Our Bishops, Heroes for the New Evangelisation: https://www.amazon.com/Our-Bishops-Heroes-New-Evangelization/dp/1498284221/
Find Justin on Twitter here: https://twitter.com/mcclainjustin
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