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.
“We have prayed the Children’s Rosary for several years as part of our Catholic Schools Week,” says organizer Deb Franzenburg.
From teaching kindergarten students how to genuflect to leading middle schoolers through Theology of the Body curriculums, Catholic schools aim to engender faith in their students and help them to relationship with the God who loves them and formed them in the womb.
Many Catholics across the U.S. are celebrating Catholic schools this week. And there’s reason to applaud all those connected with our Catholic schools for staying open and persevering through what’s now the third academic year impacted by COVID-19. Register correspondent Judy Roberts brings us highlights of Catholic Schools Week. Then we turn to Catholic News Agency’s editor-in-chief Shannon Mullen for an Editors’ Corner discussing news and stories you won’t want to miss.
A new book is looking at the unexpected success of Catholic schools in Massachusetts and asking some hard questions about Catholic education. This week on Register Radio we are joined by Cara Candal, co-editor of the book A Vision of Hope: Catholic Schooling in Massachusetts. And then, we have just marked the anniversary of the infamous Supreme Court Roe v. Wade decision, and Register contributor Mary FioRito and Catholic Woman’s Forum joins us to remember the pro-life legend Joe Scheidler and to assess the pro-life cause at this moment in our country.
Parents are grateful for parochial schools, the closings of which number more than 200 during the course of COVID-19.
Our faith commands Catholic parents to stand firm in their duty as the first and primary educators of their children.