Catholic history is filled with examples of seasoned believers sharing their faith and witness with younger generations in order to help inculturate them into the ethos of Catholicism. This essay presents a model for mentoring in Catholic schools, arguing that such collaboration is not only institutionally life giving, but also congruent with the stated community-building purposes of the school. Noting that even Jesus sent his disciples out “two by two,” the author describes the spirituality required of teachers as best experienced through sharing.
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English, L. M. (1999). Mentorship: Adult Formation for Educators in Catholic Schools. Journal of Catholic Education, 2 (4). Retrieved from http://digitalcommons.lmu.edu/ce/vol2/iss4/4