TJ Burdick

TJ Burdick is the lead author of One Body, Many Blogs, Advice for Christian Bloggers. He is also a school teacher by trade, a lay Catholic by grace and a husband and father of three by vocation. He writes to help support Catholic charities and to put food on the table for his family as his teaching wages are very humble. When he is not enjoying time with his family, you can find him planning his next big lesson or locked inside an adoration chapel. You can find more of his work at @ tjburdick.com.

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Dear Homeschooling Parents, Public and Private School Teachers

I have a gift for you.  In my decades of teaching experience, I have been introduced to a myriad of delivery strategies, management techniques, intervention ideologies and even public speaking tips. While some have proven to be very effective, very few I would consider fruitful. Even in education, there is money to be made by …

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Book Review: Saints and Social Justice by Brandon Vogt

Brandon Vogt has written a masterpiece in Saints and Social Justice: A Guide to Changing the World (OSV, May 2014). Brandon’s writing and theological talents have been sharpened to the tenth degree with Saint-master  mentor, Bert Ghezzi (author of Voices of the Saints) and Word on Fire powerhouses Steve Grunow and Father Robert Barron in …

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The Best (and Worst) Catholic Flash Mobs of All Time

Ok, so maybe the title is a bit misleading. Flash mobs only started in 2003 according to wikipedia which makes this “all time” list of Catholic flash mobs really just a 11 year sampling of awesomeness. Regardless, Christmastime seems to be the “flash mob” season ever since this little gem went viral in 2010: Then, …

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