GLOUCESTER CITY NJ--Joe Gorman, Gloucester Catholic High Class of 1972 and author of the book "Make Today Count," returned to his alma mater on Thursday, March 2 to visit with current students and faculty.
A guidance counselor at Gloucester City High School, Gorman stopped by to chat with Ed Beckett's Honors Philosophy Class in the St. Mary's Building. Also on hand were Gorman's nephew and niece, Ryan Murphy, Assistant Athletic Director, and current GCHS student Haley Finley.
"Make Today Count" helps readers change their thoughts and lives. Readers are encouraged to refuse to be defined by their pasts and realize that forgiveness frees us. Readers are further encouraged to live their soul's purpose and give themselves permission to be who they are.
"Make Today Count" contains short meditations on these and other life-changing and life-affirming principles.
Gorman has been an educator and coach for over 40 years. He is also a popular motivational speaker. He writes about self-renewal, spirituality and the journey of self-discovery.
source Gloucester Catholic High School