St. Mary's Cathedral Church
      2014 Financial Aid Luncheon
      Thank you for a very successful luncheon
    • Cathedral School

      Book Fair
      The Scholastic Book Fair is coming to Cathedral School October 13-17! Stop by the school courtyard anytime between 7:30am and 4:00pm to support the Cathedral library. 25% of the proceeds go directly to the library for new materials. 
       
      Click here to go to the Cathedral School Book Fair homepage. You'll find lots of information about the sale, and beginning October 8th you will also be able to shop the Book Fair online.
       
      Parenting in the Digital Age with Dr. Eric Anctil
      Cathedral School, Tuesday, October 28th at 7:00 p.m.
       
      Parenting is hard. Parenting in the Digital Age is really hard. With numerous social networks, ubiquitous access to anything, anytime, anywhere, and almost non-stop stimulation when “plugged in,” it’s no wonder kids (and the rest of us) are so mesmerized by the new digital world. It’s also no wonder why there is so much conflict around digital spaces and behaviors. Come listen and discuss strategies for parenting in the Digital Age with Professor Eric Anctil as we explore our new reality and how best to not only survive the digital revolution, but to help our kids thrive in it.
       
      Eric Anctil is a professor of education at the University of Portland and the author of many books and articles on education. His work broadly centers on K-20 education and the nexus of media, technology, and the curriculum. A former middle and high school teacher, Professor Anctil is a graduate of Central Catholic High School and a native Portlander. He received a dual bachelor’s degree from the University of Oregon, a master’s degree from Portland State University, and a Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Professor Anctil has taught in higher education since 2000 and lives in Irvington.