These podcasts are packed with valuable stories and tips for parents. Listen in to receive in-depth information to help make a better decision about where to bring your children for school. Please scroll down to the bottom of the page to share, like and comment.
St. Dominic School is affiliated with the Dominican Sisters of St. Cecilia of Nashville, TN. Following the footsteps of St. Dominic, the sisters continue the work of evangelization of the Gospel through their teaching and service in schools. Currently, two sisters serve at St. Dominic, as a principal and a second grade teacher. This excellent school has been around for almost 50 years!
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THE PODCASTS (guest list is below)
1. This Podcast includes Principal Sister Marie and the four priests involved with the school:
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2. This Podcast includes the parents:
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3. The full podcast (original) See the guest list below.
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These are some of the wonderful guests on the show. Scroll over the photos with your cursor to see the captions.
To learn more about financial help to afford Catholic education click here. This radio show is sponsored and hosted by:
Click here for Linkedin articles written by Bill McNamee about his impressions of some of the schools while he hosted their radio show. You can learn more about his professional background and mortgage business there. You can also learn more about his business at www.CatholicHome.ne
This quote from St. Francis is posted on their school website which illustrates the way they strive to carry out this experience for children and their families.
“How nice it is to feel that our school, or the places where we gather, are a second home. This is not only important for you, but also for your families. School then ends up being one big family. A family where, together with our mothers and fathers, our grandparents, our teachers and friends, we learn to help one another, to share our good qualities, to give the best of ourselves, to work as a team, for that is very important, and to pursue our dreams.” -Pope Francis’s message to children at Our Lady of the Angels School, Harlem, NY – Oct 2015
This photo pictures Bill McNamee interviewing Alumni Parent, Kim Richmond with Current Parents Dan and Mona Hunter
1. Fr. David Lawrence, Dominic Parish Priest and
2. Fr. Paul Solomon, St. Dominic Parish Vicorm, facilitated the Game show
3. Sr. Marie Isaac, Principal
4. Fr. Herb Essig, St. Francis Parish Priest and
5. Fr. Pat Murphy, St. Francis Parish Vicor
6. Barbara Cobb, Parent who discusses her child’s transition from home schooling to choosing to attend this school and how well it worked out to benefit her family
7. Kim Richmond, Alumni, Teacher and Parent
8. Dan and Mona Hunter, Parents
9. Ethelyn Ligon, Parent
10. These parents were interviewed and on the Game show:
11. Ginger Butz, School Board President, parent and long-time parishoner
Pictured here is Ethelyn Ligon, Parent, who shares her moving story and encouragement to parents
Thank you to all the parents who shared their heartfelt stories and for sharing tips on affording the school to other families.
A big thank you to Mrs. Jennifer Shroba, Administrative Assistant & Director of Development at the school who coordinated the show.
And ‘last but not least’ – we appreciate all the wonderful students who participated in the show! You are the hope of our bright future!
The Radio version
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