Enrollment data reveals more families tried new educational options during height of COVID — and haven’t left.
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Catholic education intends to cultivate virtuous persons, “little Christs,” who can go into the world and change the world.
‘Holiness Breeds Holiness When Hearts Are Open’: Vocations Sprout at Catholic High School in North Dakota
A good Catholic education has the power to ignite vocations and set the world on fire.
USCCB Catholic Education Chair Speaks Out on ‘Confused Catholic Schools’ Embracing ‘Sinful’ Gender Ideology
A bishop warns against Catholic institutions’ misguided acceptance of gender ideology.
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.
Catholic Education, Secular Campus: Growing Movement Provides Intellectual Formation to Catholic Students, Wherever They Are
As private college costs continue to rise, alternative approaches to Catholic higher ed are emerging as an important option.
Father Daniel Schomaker’s 2017 decision has had a holy ripple effect throughout the parish community.
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.