Catholic education. Technology. Leadership. That’s what I do.

Husband. Dad. Deacon. That’s who I am.

Life is a journey, and we can sit at home safe and sound or we can launch ourselves into the Great Unknown, answering the call of the One who loves us beyond all telling. I choose the call.

…we must lift the sail
And catch the winds of destiny
Wherever they drive the boat.

  •                     – Edgar Lee Masters


Online Projects

One Catholic Life

One Catholic Life is the place where I share my homilies, thoughts, and reflections. You’ll also find book reviews and recommendations, spiritual resources, and just about anything else I happen to be thinking about.

Catholic School Chronicle

The mission of Catholic School Chronicle is to be a source of inspiration, news, and resources for all those interested in Catholic education. Though its primary audience is Catholic school teachers and administrators, Catholic School Chronicle also benefits others involved in Catholic education and catechesis.

Teen Literacy Tips

Teen Literacy Tips was created to provide readers with teaching techniques and advice to improve the teaching of reading to junior high students.

About Nick

Nick Senger is a husband, a father of four, a Catholic deacon, and a Catholic school principal.  He taught junior high literature and writing for over 25 years, and has been a Catholic school educator since 1990. In 2001 he was named a Distinguished Teacher of the Year by the National Catholic Education Association.

A graduate of Gonzaga University, Nick was featured in Gonzaga Magazine and was a guest on CatholicTV’s This Is the Day. He is the author of ROMAN Reading: 5 Essential Skills for Transforming Your Life through Literature and has written articles for Momentum Magazine and Notre Dame’s Alliance for Catholic Education. His writing has also appeared on the National Catholic Educational Association website and in Dynamic Catholic’s Teach Lead Serve training program for catechists and Catholic teachers. Nick is one of the cofounders of #CatholicEdChat.