Silence allows us to listen to the voice of the Holy Spirit, speaking into our hearts. Learn how we can cultivate this practice in this informative course. 

Objective: In this course, students will learn why we should cultivate silence and the benefits of doing so. 

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Course curriculum

  • 01

    The Importance of Silence

    • Introduction

    • Resources for Students, Parents, and Teachers

    • The Importance of Silence - LESSON PLAN / STUDY GUIDE

    • The Importance of Silence - VIDEO

    • The Importance of Silence - Live Lesson Recording with Professor Marshall Connolly (2/4/22)

    • The Importance of Silence - QUIZ

Reviews; See what others are saying about this course

JACQUELINE RICHARD

5 star rating

“Wonderful subject and course, highly recommended!”

“Wonderful subject and course, highly recommended!”

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Debz Luvz

5 star rating

“Silence gives one a better understanding of what God, Jesus, and the Holy Spirit want from our lives instead of going by what man says.”

“Silence gives one a better understanding of what God, Jesus, and the Holy Spirit want from our lives instead of going by what man says.”

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Armando Viladrosa

5 star rating

“I would give this course a 10 if I could. loved it.”

“I would give this course a 10 if I could. loved it.”

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Instructor(s)

Instructor Bio:

Professor Marshall Connolly has spent his life in service to God and the Church as an educator and writer. He is a graduate of the California State University system and has earned bachelor's degrees in English and History, as well as a teaching credential. He has completed additional studies at Whitman College, and the University of San Diego. His interests include science and apologetics and he writes on both subjects for Catholic Online (catholic.org), the World's Catholic Library.

He serves as the first Director of Education for Catholic Online School.

Professor Marshall Connolly

Director of Education