COMMENTARY: ‘The Identity of a Catholic School for a Culture of Dialogue’ was published March 29 by the Congregation for Catholic Education.
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“A good education helps form the whole person, laying down proper philosophical principles necessary for the pursuit of truth in all its classes and activities.”
In the wake of the April 15 Notre Dame fire, will the great cathedral of Paris be restored faithfully or will there be shocking changes? This week on Register Radio we talk to Register European correspondent Solène Tadié. And then, “Who will defend Catholic education?” That is the question being asked by many Catholics worried about the future. We hear from Patrick Reilly, president of The Cardinal Newman Society.
Cardinal Donald Wuerl of Washington criticized the invitation as being incompatible with the values a Catholic college should promote on its campus.
Adrian Dominican Sister Donna Markham assumes role as CCUSA president in June as humanitarian aid organizations face new challenges to religious freedom.
The Diocese of Green Bay shepherd issues strong disapproval as college prepares to host pro-abortion feminist on Wisconsin campus.
A federal jury ruled the Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend, Ind., broke the law when it fired a teacher for violating the morals clause of her contract.
Their ability to operate themselves, in line with Catholic teaching on sexuality, is coming under increasing pressure there and elsewhere.