"Whoever welcomes one such child in my name welcomes me."  Matthew 18:5

 

Welcome back friends to the GS and the child podcast!  We are excited to begin season 2 with a series on all things Montessori! To start this season off we are going to explore the history of Maria Montessori and her work!  A good episode to go back to is Episode 28 on Montessori’s Epiphany with Sherry Mock.  But today we are going to look at the whole timeline of Montessori’s life and work, but episode 28 takes one moment of that timeline, Jan 6, 1907, and goes into the beautiful details from that day.  So, after you listen to today’s episode, go check out episodes 28. 

 

Carol began as a Montessori Guide after receiving her diploma at the 38th Indian

Montessori Training Course in Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India in 1974.

The very next year, Sofia Cavalletti participated in an International AMI

Conference in St. Paul, MN. After the conference, 30 of the primary

Montessori guides, took the first course given in the U.S. They covered all three

levels and studied for 5 weeks. Later, she competed two degrees in Human Development, both her B.A. and M.A., the latter from St. Mary’s University. The first atrium in Minnesota began because her two children, who were adopted from the Missionaries of Charity in India, turned 5 and 3 years old. The atrium began in 1982 at the Church of St. Frances Cabrini, Minneapolis, MN.

 

In 2006, Carol received the Diploma from the Assistants to Infancy training at the

Opera Nazionale Montessori in Rome, Italy. She was able to work with Silvana

Montanaro and visit the Rome Atrium often. In the late 1980’s she began work as a Formation Leader and has given CGS catechist formation in all three levels over the last 30 years.

 

Another joyful ‘grace’ was yet to come when she was invited to work with the

Missionaries of Charity, beginning in 2009 in Kenya. A complete circle, from the

adoption of her children to serving the sisters, a golden thread, sewn by the Holy

Spirit. In addition to Formation Courses in the U.S., Carol has worked with the sisters

in Uzbekistan, Sri Lanka, Trinidad, and Rwanda.

 

Sources for learning more about Maria Montessori’s life:

Association Montessori Internationale, Amsterdam -  montessori-ami.org

Montessori organizations and archival libraries - www.operanazionalemontessori.it

American Montessori Society, New York City - amshq.org

 

Books by Maria Montessori:

The Secret of Childhood

The Child and Society

A New World and Education

 

Books about Montessori or her work provided by CGSUSA bookstore:

LISTENING TO GOD WITH CHILDREN BY GIANNA GOBBI

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COMMEMORATIVE JOURNAL: GIANNA GOBBI 1919-2002: 

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In the 2021 Journal we seek to offer a rich study and deeper understanding of Montessori's work, which is so integral to CGS.

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MONTESSORI: ON RELIGIOUS EDUCATION

CGS PUBLICATIONS & SHEPHERD's CLOSET MATERIALS (etapestry.com)

 

 

THE CHILD IN THE CHURCH (SOFTCOVER)

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SILENCE IN THE SHADOW OF SPEECH

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Previous episodes about Montessori and her work:

Episode 4 on Normalization - https://www.cgsusa.org/episode-4/

Episode 28 Montessori’s Epiphany - https://www.cgsusa.org/episode-28/

Episode 30 on Freedom and Discipline - https://www.cgsusa.org/episode-30/

 

Through their joy, their wonder and awe, their capacity for love and prayer, and their radical simplicity, the children offer adults a glimpse into what it means to fall in love with God. This has been the work of CGSUSA for almost 40 years now: to advocate for the child’s joy. Each year, CGSUSA provides catechist formation, publishes new books for continued study and contemplation, and continues to support catechists and religious leaders across the nation and the world in helping children find their own path to God’s love.  We humbly ask for your continued help and support in this effort, please give to our Annual Appeal.  Here is the link to donate: https://www.cgsusa.org/donate/

 

 

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Season 2, with new episodes of the podcast, will begin in October of 2021.

Freedom and Discipline with Claire Paglia originally aired on February 3, 2021

 

“Now the Lord is the Spirit, and where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is freedom.” – 2 Corinthians 3:17

 

Freedom and Discipline are two words usually used as opposites and yet they are at the heart of the Montessori method and our work in Catechesis of the Good Shepherd.  Maria Montessori’s believed that true discipline comes from within and that freedom is the ability to accept rules without being limited by them.  The purposeful work that we offer in our environments that leads to concentration and then is followed by the opportunity to make choices and then subsequently develops the will, feeds independence, and results in freedom.  Discipline is not the idea of “training people to obey rules” but more about self-discipline.  It comes from within the child rather than imposed externally. 

 

The art of applying Freedom and Discipline in the atrium, classroom, or our homes can be tricky as we encounter children of different needs or different emotional states from day to day.  Claire Paglia joins us on the podcast today to speak about the Montessori’s philosophy of Freedom and Discipline and its application with children.  

 

Claire Paglia was a child of the atrium. As an adult, she is an AMI-trained guide who has been in the primary environment for 12 years. She holds a bachelor’s degree in elementary education and a master’s degree in education with a concentration in Montessori from Loyola University, Maryland. She worked for a year as a course assistant for the primary training center. In 2012, she received her Level I formation and has been a catechist at her church in varying capacities since then. She enjoys spending time with her family and particularly enjoys preparing Montessori-friendly spaces at home for her three children. 

 

 

Listening to God with Children by Gianna Gobbi:  https://app.etapestry.com/cart/CatechesisGoodShepherd/default/item.php?ref=628.0.449472539

 

The Absorbent Mind (Owl Edition, 1995) Chapters 25 and 26

 

The Discovery of the Child (Clio edition, 1997) Chapters 3 and 23

 

The Secret of Childhood (Ballantine, 1966) Chapter 19

 

Education for a New World (Clio edition, 2007) Chapter 12 

 

At Home with Montessori: https://www.instagram.com/_athomewithmontessori_/

Curious Parenting: https://www.curiousparenting.net/

Dr. Becky at Home: https://drbeckyathome.com/

Seed and Sew: https://www.seedandsew.org/

 

The NAMTA Journal: Montessori's Positive Psychology to Help All Children (Spring 2017 Volume 42, Number 2) https://shop.montessori-namta.org/collections/namta-journals/products/montessoris-positive-psychology-to-help-all-children 

Montessori Speaks to Parents: A Collection of Articles https://amiusa.org/product/maria-montessori-speaks-parents/ 

 

 

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Season 2 with new episodes of the podcast will begin in October of 2021.

CGS and Children of All Abilities with Trinka Hamel originally aired Sept. 30, 2020

 

“You formed my inmost being; you knit me in my mother’s womb.  I praise you, because I am wonderfully made; wonderful are your works! My very self you know.” Psalm 140 13-14

 

Maria Montessori began her journey with children of “different ability” so it is fitting that our work in the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd, which follows her educational model, would be inclusive of children of all abilities as well.  If we truly believe, as our work in the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd tells us, that we are “led by the child” then we will meet each child in the atrium wherever they are on their faith journey. Once a child with disabilities is accepted into an atrium, many practical tasks remain such as assessing the child’s abilities, identifying a catechist, and determining which materials are appropriate. 

 

Trinka Hamel joins The Good Shepherd and the Child Podcast today to share her experience with experimental work with children and young people of different abilities using the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd model.  She has years of experience both professionally and in the atrium to share with us. 

 

Trinka considers the young children she came to know in her first years as a special education specialist in Chicago to be among her greatest mentors and teachers.  Like all children, they were drawn to beauty, joy, relationship and kindness.  When Trinka was introduced to CGS in 2004 it was like coming home to a place she’d never been.  She has been a catechist since 2008, helped to develop all levels of atria at a local parish in Tacoma, WA, and recently became a Level I formation leader.  Trinka completed a Master of Arts in Pastoral Studies with an emphasis on the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd at Aquinas Institute of Theology in 2017, and continues to support the CGS communities in her region as a member of the Sheepfold Consortium for CGS sustainability in the Pacific Northwest.    

 

 

Resources for further growth:

 

https://www.cgsusa.org/discover/children-with-disabilities/

 

https://www.cgsusa.org/wp-content/uploads/Recognizing-the-Gift.pdf

 

https://ncpd.org/

 

For a deeper dive into the theology of disability, here's an overview from Deborah Creamer, "Theological Accessibility: The Contribution of Disability":  https://dsq-sds.org/article/view/812/987

 

 

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Season 2 with new episodes of the podcast will begin in October of 2021.

Typology with Ann Garrido originally aired on September 2, 2020.

 

“I had heard of you by the hearing of the ear, but now my eye sees you.” – Job 42:5

 

“Open your eyes; the mysteries hidden in the visible are revealed to you.” – Gregory of Nyssa

 

Sofia Cavalletti in History of the Kingdom of God: From Creation to Parousia states that “the typological method searches for the ‘imprint’ of one phase of sacred history upon another, keeping in mind the unity of the divine plan from creation to Parousia.”  So what is Typology and how can we utilize this method with children?  Ann Garrido joins us on the podcast again to dive into the depth and beauty that this ancient method provides. 

 

Ann Garrido is associate professor of homiletics at Aquinas Institute of Theology in St. Louis, MO and founding director of the school’s Master of Arts in Pastoral Studies program with an emphasis on the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd (MAPS-CGS).  She has served as a catechist with children ages 3-12 since 1996. Ann is also a formation leader with the U.S Association of the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd for twenty-one years and a member of the association’s formation committee.  She is the author of eight books, including Mustard Seed Preaching (LTP, 2003) and A Year with Sofia Cavalletti (LTP, 2017).

 

 

 Garrido, Ann. A Year with Sofia Cavalletti (Chicago: LTP, 2018)

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Garrido, Ann. Let's Talk about Truth (ND: Ave Maria Press, 2020)

http://anngarrido.com/writing

 

A link to the article “Typology in the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd” by Ann Garrido: https://www.cgsusa.org/learn/resources/podcast/

 

Ann Garrido’s personal website: https://anngarrido.com/

 

 

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Season 2 with new episodes of the podcast will begin in October of 2021.

The Infant-Toddler with Elizabeth Calanchini originally aired on June 10, 2020

 

“Before I formed you in the womb I knew you, before you were born I dedicated you, a prophet to the nations I appointed you.” Jeremiah 1:5 NAB

 

The Catechesis of the Good Shepherd exists to serve the religious potential of the child, even the youngest child.  In our episode today we explore who is the Infant-Toddler?  How can we serve them through The Catechesis of the Good Shepherd? How is the environment and the adult different for this aged child?  What content are we able to address to this aged child?  What mysteries about the Kingdom of God does the Infant-Toddler reveal to us? 

 

Elizabeth Calanchini joins us on the podcast today to ponder these questions and share her wisdom and experience with this aged child.

 

Elizabeth Calanchini is an AMI trained Montessori directress and guide for children ages 0-12. She is formed in 4 levels of the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd and has hosted/assisted/formed in formations of all levels on both coasts for several years.  Since 1991 she has worked in 3 different Catholic Montessori schools, most recently as both a Level 2 & 3 catechist and Director of Programs for 6 years.  In the last position she was able to continue working on toddler catechesis and was asked to offer the Toddler Breakout Sessions at the 2014 International Catechesis Celebration in Arizona. For several years she has offered 2 or 3 retreats a year to children preparing for sacraments and celebrating Lent ages 6-13. Elizabeth has consulted independently for a handful of Catholic Montessori Schools and parishes and has offered Montessori Theory and Practical Life to catechist groups.    

For several years she has been part of a team offering level 1 CGS formations for the Missionaries of Charity novices in San Francisco, CA.

 

 

If you would like to find formation for the Level T or Infant-Toddler atrium please go to: https://www.cgsusa.org/learn/find-a-course/?_sfm_course_level=Level%20T%20(ages%200-3)

 

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Season 2 with new episodes of the podcast will begin in October of 2021.

God and the Child with Rebekah Rojcewicz originally aired on January 6, 2020

“Amen, I say to you, unless you turn and become like children,* you will not enter the kingdom of heaven.” Matthew 18:3 NAB

Does the child already have a connection with God? How can we, as adults, foster it? Why does an encounter with God create a peace and joy in the child and what does this look like? What about the children who have a hard time finding that peace and joy? What is a Metaphysical child?

Rebekah Rojcewicz explores with us the spiritual depth of the child that is discussed in the first chapter of The Religious Potential of the Child by Sofia Cavalletti. In this episode she helps us have a deeper understanding and respect for the hidden riches of the child. She lifts up the place of the adult as co-learner so that we can allow the true teacher, the Holy Spirit, to encounter the child.

You can purchase the NEW third edition of The Religious Potential of the Child today! https://app.etapestry.com/cart/CatechesisGoodShepherd/default/item.php?ref=628.0.708804039

Rebekah is a catechist and formation leader in the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd having completed her training in 1981 in Rome with Dr. Sofia Cavalletti and Gianna Gobbi. She has translated several of their books and articles from the original Italian and has written and edited various parts of the CGS core texts. Her book, Life in the Vine: The Joyful Journey Continues, is due for publication in 2020. Rebekah is a catechist at her parish, St. Patrick Catholic Church, and for the Missionaries of Charity atrium in Memphis, Tennessee. She serves on the formation committee of CGSUSA, as well as on the International Board for the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd.

Learn more about formation in The Catechesis of the Good Shepherd at https://www.cgsusa.org/learn/

 

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“But of that day or hour, no one knows, neither the angels in heaven, nor the Son, but only the Father.” Mark 13:32

 

What is the mystery of Time?  How does God speak to us through this mystery of time? How do we ponder the mystery of time in our work with the children in Catechesis of the Good Shepherd?

 

Autumn Domingue joins us on the podcast again today to ponder these questions. Autumn Domingue is a spiritual director, formation leader and Life Coach, whose greatest joy is journeying with those searching for greater meaning and purpose in their lives. In addition to her private practice, Autumn serves on two teams forming new spiritual directors and works as a national formation leader for Catechesis of the Good Shepherd; a Montessori based religious education movement that seeks to honor the contemplative spiritual nature of the child. In her free time, Autumn enjoys yoga, painting, playing with her grandchildren, and taking long walks along the river at the summer camp where she resides.

 

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Listen to another episode with Autumn:  CGS and Spiritual Direction with Autumn Domingue:

https://www.cgsusa.org/episode-37/

 

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“I have told you this so that my joy may be in you and your joy may be complete.” John 15:11

 

“It is possible to see a clear analogy between the mission of the Shepherd in the Church and that of the prudent and generous educator in the Montessori method, who with tenderness, with love and with a wise evaluation of gifts, knows how to discover and bring to light the most hidden virtues and capacities of the child.” Pope John XXIII

 

Anna Hurdle join us today to dive into the mystery of the second plane child, the 6-12 year old.  We break open who this child is, what face of God they need, and how we can respond to their developing capacities.  This episode goes with Chapter 3 of Life in the Vine: The Joyful Journey Continues by Rebekah Rojcewicz. 

 

Anna is a practicing Montessori teacher (AMS 6-12) in a public Montessori school. She is Director of Children’s Formation coordinating Catechesis of the Good Shepherd in her parish, St. Peter’s Episcopal Church, where she also serves as a catechist. Anna serves as a formation leader at three levels offering courses in the U.S. and Canada. She frequently serves on national CGSUSA formation teams. In addition, Anna is a member of the CGSUSA Episcopal Committee and the Formation Committee.

 

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For information on the Book Study: https://www.cgsusa.org/cgsusa-level-ii-book-study/

 

The Life in the Vine: The Joyful Journey Continues Level II Book Study is a wonderful opportunity for catechists to gather in person or via Zoom, at the parish level, by region, or as a way to reconnect with fellow catechists from your time in a CGSUSA formation course.

We are grateful to Joann Terranova, Maria Muscado, Connie Moretti, and the catechists in the Sheepfold Regional Group in the state of WA for developing this process and sharing it with CGSUSA, and also to board member, Sussan Stuhhlsaaatz-Reese, who piloted a Zoom Book Study group this spring using this study.  What you will find in this book study is an opportunity to read and share, to reflect on what resonated with you, and to ask questions and discuss the rich themes found in this text, alongside the child’s expression of those themes. For each chapter, samples of the child’s artwork will be shared, so that you may go deeper still to reflect upon the Mystery of the God and the Mystery of the Child.

 

 

 

Listen to Episode 33- Chapter 7 – Moral Formation with Rebekah here: https://www.cgsusa.org/episode-33/

 

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“Remain in me, as I remain in you. Just as a branch cannot bear fruit on its own unless it remains on the vine, so neither can you unless you remain in me.” John 15:4

 

Today we begin our two part book study on Life in the Vine: The Joyful Journey Continues by Rebekah Rojcewicz.  Today we dive into the short first two chapters of the book with Rebekah herself.  Next episode we will dive into Chapter 3 with Anna Hurdle.  We will not be doing all the chapters on the podcast because we would like this to be a springboard to help you get started on a book study with your friends.  Chapter 1 dives into the 0-6 year old child, recalling who they are so that we can move towards to child in the second plane: 6-12 year old child.  Chapter 2 lifts up the spiral method and how the essential, vital nucleus is the central format for what we do with the children. 

 

Rebekah is a catechist and formation leader in the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd having completed her training in 1981 in Rome with Dr. Sofia Cavalletti and Gianna Gobbi. She has translated several of their books and articles from the original Italian and has written and edited various parts of the CGS core texts. Rebekah is a catechist at her parish, St. Patrick Catholic Church, and for the Missionaries of Charity atrium in Memphis, Tennessee. She serves on the formation committee of CGSUSA, as well as on the International Board for the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd.

 

Purchase Life in the Vine: The Joyful Journey Continues here: https://app.etapestry.com/cart/CatechesisGoodShepherd/default/item.php?ref=628.0.1178214665

 

For information on the Book Study: https://www.cgsusa.org/cgsusa-level-ii-book-study/

 

The Life in the Vine: The Joyful Journey Continues Level II Book Study is a wonderful opportunity for catechists to gather in person or via Zoom, at the parish level, by region, or as a way to reconnect with fellow catechists from your time in a CGSUSA formation course.

We are grateful to Joann Terranova, Maria Muscado, Connie Moretti, and the catechists in the Sheepfold Regional Group in the state of WA for developing this process and sharing it with CGSUSA, and also to board member, Susan Stuhlsatz-Reese, who piloted a Zoom Book Study group this spring using this study.  What you will find in this book study is an opportunity to read and share, to reflect on what resonated with you, and to ask questions and discuss the rich themes found in this text, alongside the child’s expression of those themes. For each chapter, samples of the child’s artwork will be shared, so that you may go deeper still to reflect upon the Mystery of the God and the Mystery of the Child.

 

Listen to Episode 33- Chapter 7 – Moral Formation with Rebekah here: https://www.cgsusa.org/episode-33/

 

Learn more about formation in The Catechesis of the Good Shepherd at https://www.cgsusa.org/learn/

 

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“He said to them, ‘Go into the whole world and proclaim the gospel to every creature.” Mark 16:15

 

Meagan Hofman joins the podcast today to help me share our story of how God helped us build an atrium in Haiti. 

 

Meagan Hofman is president and founder of The Reveye Initiative, a non profit school in rural Haiti. The mission of Reveye is to awaken joy and wonder in education in Haiti. Meagan is trained in level 1 of CGS and has worked in atriums both in Haiti and in St. Louis. She is a former elementary school teacher and has a passion for education and mission work. Meagan lives in St. Louis with her husband and 5 month old son working to build their own little domestic church.

 

For more information about Reveye:

http://www.thereveyeinitiative.com/

 

Or to see pictures of our atrium and CGS “to the streets”:

https://www.instagram.com/reveyehaiti/

 

Join us for our Summer Book Study of the first few chapters of Life in the Vine: The Joyful Journey Continues!  Purchase the book here: https://app.etapestry.com/cart/CatechesisGoodShepherd/default/item.php?ref=628.0.1178214665

 

June 23rd Episode we will be covering Chapter 1 and 2 with Rebekah

July 7th Episode we will be covering Chapter 3 with Anna Hurdle

 

Learn more about the book in Episode 26: https://www.cgsusa.org/episode-26/

Listen to Rebekah discuss chapter 7 on Moral Life in the Kingdom of God in Episode 33: https://www.cgsusa.org/episode-33/

 

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