What We Do

Professional Learning for Catholic Professionals

ThinkCatholic's vision is to strengthen Catholic schools by valuing and supporting Catholic educators. We believe Catholic education offers students, families, and society unique advantages made possible by committed educators confident in their own religious and intellectual tradition. And so, we deliver affordable, flexible, faithful and professional development in the Catholic tradition.

Who We Are

Ryan LeBlanc

Ryan LeBlanc

Master of Arts (Religious Education)

Ryan LeBlanc, B.A., B.Ed., M.A, is a career classroom teacher, learning leader, and workshop facilitator. Now, his cutting-edge educational methods and years of practical experience with thousands of learners is available through his comprehensive online courses. Ryan's learning model harnesses the power of multi-directional coaching: learning happens in community, and each learner has experience that can benefit everyone. Ryan has facilitated successful learning for diverse audiences, such as: inner-city teenagers and prep school teenagers, religious clergy, preschool children, sacramental catechumens, professional learning conferences and workshops, inmates in prisons and academics in universities.
Brett Salkeld

Brett Salkeld

Doctor of Theology

Brett Salkeld is Archdiocesan Theologian for the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Regina. With a doctorate in systematic theology from Regis College, Toronto, and a B.Ed. from the University of Regina, Dr. Salkeld has worked with Catholic teachers and education students across Canada for many years, teaching in professional development, undergraduate, and graduate programs.Dr. Salkeld's writings include the books How Far Can We Go? A Catholic Guide to Sex and Dating  (with Leah Perrault), and Transubstantiation: Theology, History, and Christian Unity(2019).  He lives in Regina, Canada with his wife Flannery and their growing family.