Build a Campus Ministry Program That Works | #NCEA17

Hi from St. Louis! Here’s a copy of our presentation from this week’s session if you’d like to take a look.


Building a Campus Ministry Program That Works

John Meehan – Instructional Coach and English Teacher, Bishop Denis J. O’Connell High School (Role: Speaker)
Ed Fitzpatrick – Associate Director of Campus Ministry, Bishop Denis J. O’Connell High School (Role: Co-Speaker)

From Pro-Life outreach to Eucharistic adoration, to Christian service opportunities, to Kairos, athlete, and grade-level retreats, a vibrant Campus Ministry program can radically enrich a student’s faith and transform their broader Catholic school experience. In this session, faculty members of Bishop O’Connell High School will discuss the strategies, successes, and setbacks we’ve seen in bringing these initiatives to life. Join us as we go beyond brainstorming to outline clear, actionable steps in how your school can craft a Campus Ministry program of your own.

Author: John

John Meehan (@MeehanEDU) is an English teacher and school instructional coach at Bishop O’Connell High School in Arlington, Virginia. He began his teaching career in 2010 as a career switcher through The New Teacher Project, after spending five years working in social media and event marketing. He is a 2017 ASCD Emerging Leader, and an alumnus of the 2016-2018 Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Teacher Advisory Council. In 2016, he was named one of Arlington, Virginia’s “40 Under 40” by the Leadership Center for Excellence. He is a past presenter and regular attendee at educational conferences throughout the United States, including the annual conference for National Catholic Education Association, ASCD Empower19, and the Play Like a Champion Today: Character Education Through Sports summer conference at the University of Notre Dame. He’s an avid runner who’s completed more than three dozen marathons, half marathons, long-distance road relays, mud runs, and obstacle course races. John lives in Silver Spring, Maryland.

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