LUX ET VERITAS
Light and Truth
A CATHOLIC CLASSICAL EDUCATION CONFERENCE
THE LUMINOUS MYSTERY OF CLASSICAL EDUCATION
This opening reflection on an education in the liberal arts is interpreted through the luminous mysteries of the rosary. At the heart of the luminous mysteries are both enlightenment and transformation, qualities which we invite teachers in the liberal arts to embrace personally and to bring into their classrooms through the Trivium. By understanding the Trivium as modes of learning, teachers will be able to help their students become enlightened and transformed in every lesson.
Breakout topics include Introduction to the Trivium, Cultivating Beauty for Optimal Learning, The Art of Narrating, Fun with Number Theory, Poetry for All Ages and All Subjects, Creating a Book of Centuries, Introduction to Socratic Teaching, and more.
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6646 Addicks-Satsuma Rd, Houston, TX 77084
Located in northwest Houston, St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church and School is easily accessible for attendees from the wider Houston area and beyond. The campus offers multiple large conference spaces and individual classrooms for breakout sessions. Since 1996, St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic School has provided a quality Catholic education to children in the northwest area of Houston from Pre-K through 8th grades. At SEASCS, our strong Classical curriculum forms students to recognize and appreciate Beauty, Truth, and Goodness. Excellence is evidenced across the curriculum at all grade levels, from the study of Dante’s Inferno in literature, to singing Fauré’s Requiem in music class, to the discovery of the order and harmony of the universe through the mathematical and scientific disciplines.