Awarded for academic performance, they teach learners at all levels, educators say.
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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.
Planned osteopathic school’s graduates will bring the light of Catholic truth and bioethics to health care.
From Surviving to Thriving: Once Refugees, Vietnamese Catholics Make Up Vibrant Part of US Church Today
About 700,000 strong, Vietnamese-American Catholics are working to pass their faith and culture on to the next generation.
Young people grapple with Roe’s negative effects and ‘unseen wound,’ as pro-lifers look toward a brighter future of greater respect for the dignity of women and babies.
Providers continue helping expectant women and families long after their babies are born.
Insights on Ways to Enter the Next Chapter With God’s Eyes
Nationwide, the faithful are adoring and honoring Christ in the Blessed Sacrament as Church communities.
Anticipating the overturn of Roe v. Wade, diocesan, parish pro-life groups mobilize Catholics to further help women and families, including through the program Walking With Moms in Need.
Clergymen’s calls differ, but they hold in common a desire to share the Gospel.