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Young Dad Transforms How Kids Learn About Saints

Young Dad Transforms How Kids Learn About Saints May 29, 2015

Reader Dominic de Souza writes:

​​I have published a website to transform the way we learn about the saints: a social network through which the saints come to life online. Catechists and parents struggle to teach children about the lives of the saints in a manner relevant to modern technology. Saintnook.com is the first website to aggregate galleries, videos, information and references through an elegant, beautiful experience. The saints are always online.

Here is our review on CatholicMom.com:

http://catholicmom.com/2015/04/24/tech-talk-saintnook-showcases-your-favorite-saints/

And here’s our introductory article: “Introducing Saintnook: Transforming the Way We Learn About Saints”

http://www.saintnook.com/introducing-saintnook-transforming-the-way-we-learn-about-saints/

​I was  born and raised Catholic and have worked as a graphic designer in Front Royal for 2 years, happily married with a wife and toddler.

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