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The paradox of the modern age is that Catholic schools are becoming increasingly hostile and oppressive environments for teachers and pupils who identify as faithful Catholics.

By Sheila Fullerton, Catholic Exchange, Dec. 7, 2022

Sheila Fullerton is an Irish wife and mother from Co. Derry in the north of Ireland. She teaches English Literature in a Roman Catholic Grammar School (Year 8 to Year 14 inclusive).


Sheila FullertonIn this season of Advent, as we embark on a spiritual journey of preparation for the birth of Jesus Christ, our Lord and Savior, I find myself shining a light on my journey as a Catholic teacher in a Catholic school.

I take comfort in recalling the difficulties and challenges encountered by the Holy Family and the Three Wise Men on their respective journeys, as I know that the difficulties and challenges of my own journey this Advent will lead me, as it did them, to our ultimate destination—Christ. …

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