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Robert Batch holds a degree in Communications with a Minor in Theology from Franciscan University of Steubenville, and is currently pursuing a M.A. in Theology online through Franciscan.  He has a passion for speaking, lecturing, and teaching about the faith.  He currently resides in Southern California with his wife Amanda

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Why I Love Traffic

Yes...Traffic
April 4, 2018

Written By: Robert Batch

Traffic usually ends up being one way with a person. Frustrating . Let's be honest...we are slowed down in getting where we need to go. We are surrounded by people (often also joining in our frustration). Typically it is the worst when we are trying to come home after a long day at work. I think we can all relate....Read more

Reality is Undefeated

April 3, 2018

Written By Guest Contributor: Matthew Chicoine

Perfection is rare especially in professional football. Throughout the history of the National Football League only 4 teams [the 1934 Chicago Bears, the 1942 Chicago Bears, the 1972 Miami Dolphins, and the 2007 New England Patriots] lasted an entire single regular season with an unblemished mark. Competition is tough. Teams and companies rarely leave unscathed over the course of time. The...Read more

Resources

For Educators & Ministries
March 28, 2018

Written By: Robert Batch

There have been alot of people recently who have come up to me to ask what resources do you use in the classroom, and in ministry. I thought that I would share the top resources (my opinion) that I have found most beneficial. For each resource I will provide you with a link to the website, the cost (if any), and a brief...Read more

What I Love About Holy Week

March 27, 2018

Written By: Robert Batch

Holy Week for teachers is the exit sign for spring break. For parents, it's the reality check that kids will be home for a week with nothing to do besides playing video games, and asking to be driven around everywhere and anywhere. For Catholics, it is the pinnacle, and most anticipated point of the liturgical year. There are a few...Read more

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