A volume that addresses Catholic educational leadership. The crux of Catholic educational leadership is found in the pastoral work associated with helping teachers, administrators, and staff members to discover and appreciate their personal vocations so that they recognize God's call and revelation in their lives and work inside of Catholic schools. Building Spiritual Leadership Density in Catholic Schools examines how educators can utilize their God-given gifts, talents, and inclinations to translate that mission of Catholic schooling into transformative experiences of mind and heart that, in turn, will enable themselves, their colleagues, and their students to form a very special educational community or what is called a "formative community of disciples." In this community, young people develop an appreciation for their personal vocations, envision how they might live out those vocations, and grow in holiness of life by conforming themselves to God's will in all aspects of their lives. This is the sixth volume in the NCEA Catholic Educational Leadership Monograph Series.