Catholic school students figure out what is “Christ-like” in new leadership program

It never ceases to amaze me when an inexperienced child comes up with an idea that just make so much sense, and we just scratch our heads and wonder why we never came up with such a novel concept.

Yes, experience does provide a certain wisdom, but sometimes a fresh perspective is exactly what we need.

In an article entitled “Paving the way: St. Bartholomew School showcases leadership program” in The Catholic Spirit, newspaper of the Diocese of Metuchen, N.J., we learn that students in that Catholic educational facility are expressing their faith while learning responsibility.

The seventh- and eighth-grade students involved in the East Brunswick school’s new student council program are honing their leadership skills and discovering which new qualities are “Christ-like,” and which are not.

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