An interview with Mary Pat Donoghue, executive director of the USCCB’s Secretariat of Catholic Education
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The Pope noted that MacKillop did not have an easy path to fulfilling her mission of sharing the Good News with those in need, but she persevered.
“I felt [St. Katharine Drexel’s] approval, as if she were saying, ‘Yes, help my little ones,’” said Sister Thomas Aquinas, incoming president of Sacred Heart Cathedral School in Gallup, New Mexico.
Many Catholic-school alumni who return to work at their school find much that’s familiar as they step into new roles.
Catholic schools and organizations work to include all young learners.
Connecticut school highlights blessing of solid education and presence of religious sisters in Catholic academia.
Enrollment data reveals more families tried new educational options during height of COVID — and haven’t left.
Catholic education intends to cultivate virtuous persons, “little Christs,” who can go into the world and change the world.
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A good Catholic education has the power to ignite vocations and set the world on fire.