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"We want our students to be alive and thinking human beings who have a story to tell," says Jennifer Carroll, an English teacher at St. Louis University High School (photo: Dan Gill).
FaithJesuit School Spotlight
Jim Linhares
How do Jesuit teachers talk about God in the classroom? A group of teachers from St. Louis University High School reflect.
Bishop Robert J. McManus in red vestments and a miter at St. Peter’s Basilica.
FaithNews
Michael J. O’Loughlin
Bishop Robert J. McManus of Worcester, Mass., stripped the “Catholic” moniker from a Jesuit-run school over its decision to continue flying flags supporting L.G.B.T. pride and Black Lives Matter.
Solar panels are seen on the roof of the Paul VI audience hall at the Vatican in this Dec. 1, 2010, file photo. Installing “green rooftops” are one way for colleges to participate in the Laudato Si’ Action Platform. (CNS photo/Paul Haring)
Politics & SocietyShort Take
Michael SchuckNancy Tuchman
“Laudato Si’” reveals global ecological challenges that threaten our very existence. Catholic universities cannot wait to embrace clean energy and help build a sustainable world.
The author, his father and his infant son outdoors in front of a tree.
FaithFaith in Focus
John Dougherty
Our shared name is a constant reminder that the work I do today is not on behalf of some shapeless ideal of a better world, but for the world that my children will grow up in.
FaithShort Take
Shelby Kearns
Far from encouraging sexual activity, the right kind of sex education can teach children that they have the agency to say “no.” Parishes and faith-based groups are ideal for delivering this message.
FaithNews
Kathryn Post – Religion News Service
At Washington Jesuit Academy, students compete for honor roll in bright classrooms, whizzing around athletic fields during three daily recesses and learning a wide range of skills, from gardening to computer coding.