Lawsuits triggered by such practices have been filed in several states, including a Massachusetts case where a teacher was fired after advising parents about what was occurring without their knowledge.
Carl Anderson Addresses Thomas Aquinas College Graduates: ‘Be Those Witnesses That Our Time Requires’
The former head of the Knights of Columbus spoke May 14 at the commencement ceremony at the Santa Paula, California, campus.
The Catholic University of America Awards Honorary Degree to Imprisoned Human-Rights Advocate Jimmy Lai
Son Sebastien Lai accepted the award on his father’s behalf.
A list of those encouraging the Class of 2022
A University of Virginia student shares her vocation story: ‘Everything that a religious life provides slowly became the most important thing in my life.’
The archdiocese, in 2019, filed a complaint against the public-school district, saying it blocked the majority of Title I funds it was entited to.
Dispute Over ‘BLM’ and ‘Pride’ Flags at Mass. Jesuit School Highlights Need to Communicate Catholic Identity
The school has rejected a request from Bishop Robert McManus to take down the flags, which he said promote some things that are not compatible with Church teachings.
Each in their own way, they’ve met the Person of Jesus and made the decision to pursue him as a member of the Catholic Church.