How can we help teachers avoid burnout, cynicism and exhaustion?
How can the Catholic teacher live their vocation more fully, share the faith with young people and a make a difference in the world?
Catholic schools are uniquely positioned to transform culture, make Jesus Christ known and loved and help young people find, develop and deploy their gifts for the world. However, demands and complexity are constantly increasing. Government, parents and lobby groups expect schools to do more and more, often with less and less.
Do Catholic schools exist just to get kids into college or are their greater possibilities?
Over the last two decades, Jonathan Doyle has reached hundreds of thousands of Catholic teachers and leaders around the world with a message of hope and encouragement. In Tools and Fuels, Jonathan offers a compelling vision of what Catholic schools can be in the 21st century and practical and inspiring strategies about the way each Catholic teacher can play their part in living their vocation, reaching young people and saving the world.