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a parochial school maintained by the Catholic Church

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Since many seminarians after ordination will likely become pastors, their support is likewise vital to Catholic schools. Even in the early years of their ministry as parochial vicars, these priests may have opportunities to visit Catholic schools and teach in them on occasion.
The goal of National Catholic Schools Weeks theme is to encompass the core products and values that can be found in Catholic schools across the country.
The Saskatchewan Catholic School Boards Association said it was "obviously disappointed" with the decision and would consider an appeal.
San Jose, Nueva Ecija Bishop Roberto Mallari said Catholic schools are transparent and willing to have their financial status scrutinized for the public to know how much the schools earn.
Beginning with John Paul II and his announcement of a program he called the New Evangelization, Catholic schools have had to reevaluate how well they were providing faith leadership formation for their students (CCE, 1997; Francis, 2013a; John Paul II, 1997, 1999; USCCB, 2005b).
Ohio Catholic Federal Credit Union has awarded Catholic school grants in the amount of USD10,000 to Lakewood Catholic Academy in Lakewood and St.
Families choose Catholic schools for a variety of reasons--some are primarily interested in the rigorous academics that Catholic schools are known for; others want their children to have a stronger, smaller community than may be possible at a public school.
'Since our Catholic schools provide the education that the State is mandated by the Constitution to provide, the Church in fact provides service to the State," he said.
She then goes on to say that courses in Catholic schools are "faithful to the Catechism of the Catholic Church'.' Here she is either playing politics or being duplicitous or both.
It's an article of faith among voucher advocates that private Catholic schools are superior to public institutions, and this claim is often used to bolster pro-voucher arguments.
Laurel Broten, the education minister of Ontario, Canada--a professing Catholic who sends her children to Catholic school--declared October 10 that the province's publicly funded Catholic schools may not teach students that abortion is wrong because such teaching amounts to "misogyny," which is prohibited in schools under a controversial anti-bullying law.
DOZENS of youngsters from Catholic schools across the North are displaying their artwork at an Anglican cathedral.
Catholic schools should "strongly oppose" any proposal for sex education that could sexualise children, a senior Church figure said.
Catholic colleges and universities have long been engaged in supporting K-12 Catholic schools and especially in offering professional, academic preparation programs for teachers and principals.
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