A More Personal Blog

The Institute for Catholic Liberal Education has undergone many changes over the past year, facilitating a remarkable growth in the awareness of our work to serve Catholic schools. Among these are changes to our website, and to our hopes for its development, including becoming a place for more regular posts on the Institute’s work and developments.

Consequently, I am appropriating this blog, When I Discovered Your Words, as my own. I hope to be able to share more of my personal reflections, drawing on my work in the classroom, in conversations, in writing, in reading and in promoting Catholic liberal education around the country and around the world. I hope also to be able to share some of the valuable writings of my colleagues that might not otherwise get published.

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About Andrew Seeley

With over 30 years of immersion in a Great Books based, fully integrated curriculum at Thomas Aquinas College in California, I enjoy sharing the fruits of the discussions I have with students, colleagues and friends about authors and ideas. As the Director of Advanced Formation for the Institute for Catholic Liberal Education and a founding member of the Justin Martyr Fellows, I work to share my good fortune with Catholic educators and students around the country. As a lover of God, Church, family, America, Tolkien, Shakespeare, Plato, Aristotle, Augustine and Aquinas, I like to write about them in particular ways.
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