This Sunday marks the beginning of the New Liturgical year, or as one could say, the beginning of the Catholic Year. While each year we renew our journey with Jesus Christ, it seems that more and more people are forgetting our history and where we come from. Why we believe what we do. This week we talk about the importance of the liturgical calendar and how it helps us to remember Christ and our relationship with him, for Auld Lang Syne.
When Teachers are Trusted to Teach - Gabrielle Howard, Saint Ann's School
Inflection Point with Lauren Schiller
What happens when teachers are given the freedom to inspire a lifelong love of learning? In this episode, I talk with Gabrielle Howard, who recently retired as the head of the Lower School at Saint Ann’s School in Brooklyn, where she worked for 35 years. We’ll talk about why she dedicated her life to fostering a love of learning in young children, why she let them swear in her office, how a school without grades can produce high-achieving graduating classes time and time again, and the deep value of listening to kids. Support Inflection Point with a monthly or one-time contribution at inflectionpointradio.org/contribute. Join our Facebook group for everyday activists at inflectionpointsociety.com.
Concierto conjunto del Coro de la UAH y el Saint Ann's School de Nueva York
Concierto del Coro de la Universidad de Alcalá junto al coro Saint Ann's School HS Chorus, compuesto por 80 voces juveniles de Brooklyn Heights, Nueva York, que cantan un amplio y variado repertorio y está compuesto por cantantes que manifiestan su interés por los estudios vocales.