‘We Owe Everything to Our Lady’: How Mary Assisted Benedictine College Threatened With COVID Lockdown
The college community’s prayers, combined with the threat of a lawsuit, persuaded county officials to forge a less restrictive and more collaborative response.
Catholic K-12 school with just 125 students feeds 1,000 people weekly as California’s Wine Country reels from pandemic, fires.
Any institution proven in court not to be upholding free speech could lose federal funding, and in extreme cases could be prohibited from receiving federal funding in the future.
COMMENTARY: Catholics can accept what scientists discover, because we know the truths they truly find can never contradict the truths we know through the Church.
Higher education looks different this fall due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Special Report: Institutions of higher learning detail their response to coronavirus in a Register survey as they prepare to open classrooms and dorms this fall.
Diocese of Marquette Catholic schools are the first in the nation to adopt such a focus; high school to follow.