"I sleep but my heart watches over this house which I have built."     St. Thèodora Guèrin   


The Office of Catholic Education (OCE) strives to increase awareness of disabilities by assisting parishes with information and strategies for effective communication about persons with disabilities.





Introducing the Adaptive Finding God Program from Loyola Press


Loyola has released their new Adaptive Finding God Curriculum for grades 1-8!  You will find that this program is flexible enough to be used at home, one on one, and in group settings.  It is able to function on two different instruction levels: hands on, and adapted grade level (as well as a combination of the two).  Included are lesson cards which provide options and modifications so you can find what is best for the child.  It also comes with some wonderful learning tools that even your typically developing students will love using.

Find more information here:  http://www.loyolapress.com/adaptive-finding-god.htm and contact Erin Jeffries at (317)236-1448 or ejeffries@archindy.org if you’d like to hear more about it. 



March is Disability Awareness Month!

 You'll find lots of ideas and resources from the Governor's Council for raising awareness or hosting your own event, and also other events throughout March, and all over the state.