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Editorial — Celebrate our schools

Catholic Schools Week, which schools across the nation are celebrating this week, highlights the best in Catholic education.

To mark the Jan. 25 to 31 observance, schools around the Archdiocese of Louisville are decorating their halls, holding special sporting events and open houses and they’re offering activities that reflect this year’s theme — “Catholic Schools: Communities of Faith, Knowledge and Service.” 666 more words

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Pajama Day!

This week we are celebrating Catholic Schools Week all week long. Monday was Crazy Hat Day, today is Pajama Day! Here is the 6th grade being relatively well-behaved in the library considering they are definitely out of uniform :). 10 more words

Archbishop Cupich Asks 6 NW Side Catholic Schools To Come Up With Merger Plan

(CBS) — Archbishop Blase Cupich has put Catholic school educators on notice: buckle down and create a merger plan or he’ll do it himself.

He wants half a dozen schools struggling with low enrollment to make up a pilot program. 99 more words

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Celebrate Catholic Schools

National Catholic Schools Week is being celebrated January 25 -31. The theme is “Catholic Schools: Communities of Faith, Knowledge and Service.”

The theme encompasses several concepts that are at the heart of a Catholic education. 106 more words

Catholic Schools

Memphis Catholic Jubilee Schools to go year-round

The Jubilee Schools in Memphis, run by the Memphis Catholic Diocese, are changing how students attend school.

It’s the first school system in the city to move to a year-round calendar. 40 more words

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CATHOLIC EDUCATION IN ASHEVILLE

Asheville once had a flourishing system of parochial primary and secondary schools. Catholic schools reached their peak in both number of schools and enrollment in the 1950’s and 1960’s and then went into a quick retreat in the 1970’s. 640 more words

Local History

Religion: A Public Health Hazard

On December 12, a Canadian Atheist post criticized Toronto Catholic District School Board chair Mike Del Grande for his position on HPV vaccines and on the Ontario government’s upcoming Sex Ed program. 562 more words

Religion