Catholic Techie Roger Calderon


Roger Calderon is among those Catholic techies who juggles 500 things with a smile on his face and a prayer in his heart. Among the sites he’s been involved with are Texas Automative Instructors Association. He’s worked on the Cosmetology Instructors of Public Schools site and his classroom is also online.

Let’s learn a little about him, shall we?


Tell us about yourself in five words or less.

Dedicated family man.

Of your pursuits, what’s your favorite?

A future where my wife and I can retire in old age, spending time with family.

When you think of the New Evangelization from your approach as a “Catholic Techie,” what excites you? What makes you want to continue?

I feel that the Vatican is on the right track.  I wish to see more local churches embracing technology.

What’s the most rewarding aspect of your work?

As a teacher, I love to see students light up when they get it.  I also love to have a dedicated student that wants be to engaged and learn.

In your spare time, what are we likely to find you doing? Do you have a gadget in hand or do you go native and screenless?

I do not have much spare time since I have two jobs right now and go to school.  For a while, I been working 7 days a week.  However, if I were to get a some free time, I would spend it usually reading, playing Xbox, tending to my yard. I usually have an iPad or a Kindle.

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Copyright 2013 Sarah Reinhard


About Author

When she’s not chasing kids, chugging coffee, or juggling work, Sarah Reinhard’s usually trying to stay up read just one…more…chapter. She writes and works in the midst of rural farm life with little ones underfoot. She is part of the team for the award-winning Catholic Mom’s Prayer Companion, as well as the author of a number of books. You can join her for a weekday take on Catholic life by subscribing to Three Shots and follow her writing at Snoring Scholar.

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