In our final week of #LivingHope, we want to share with you the stories of an incredibly impactful group of people who have been a source of strength—emotionally and spiritually—for the children and families we serve in The Bronx for six years, and will be doing so for many more to come—in New York, Ohio, and elsewhere.
Our Secret Sauce: Seton Teaching Fellows
Most children who attend traditional public schools in Philadelphia have received ZERO instruction for 2+ months due to the challenges of suddenly creating a remote learning program from scratch.
St. Malachy Catholic School in North Philadelphia, however, like other Seton blended learning Catholic schools, pivoted to remote learning FAST, taking the “distance” out of distance learning.
A beautiful aspect of our Catholic faith is there is such an emphasis on love in action—hopeful actions like the ones we’ve seen throughout this campaign as so many of you respond to the needs of families in our Seton community.
Yet our actions, when fed by the graces that come from prayer, are especially powerful. That’s why I’m so grateful that our Seton families who are part of Immaculate Conception School on the South Side of Chicago are surrounded by prayer warriors like the Daughters of Mary Immaculate of Guadalupe.