Awarded for academic performance, they teach learners at all levels, educators say.
Some think they’ve found a winning formula, at least in some parts of the country.
Bishops and educators are seeking to understand how best to love the student and extend pastoral care to families without affirming the crisis.
There is a lot of work ahead for schools, educators say, acknowledging they stayed strong academically through pandemic but still face other related challenges, including emotional toll on students and need to reinforce learning.
Taylor Hackel, 24, is a student at the Pontifical John Paul II Institute for Studies on Marriage and Family, which is located on CUA’s campus.
Planned osteopathic school’s graduates will bring the light of Catholic truth and bioethics to health care.
Parents vs. Librarians: A Problem of Protecting Childhood Innocence or Banning Books?
Institute brings social teaching to bear on political issues for the well-being of all.
Thomist Trend: Leading Dominican Theologian Sees a ‘Rise in Interest in Aquinas’ Among Young Catholics
Father Thomas Joseph White has witnessed both a new academic emphasis on historical accuracy regarding the 13th-century saint and attention to his potential contemporary relevance.