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A stressed student with her head in her hands sitting in front of a laptop computer
FaithJesuit School Spotlight
Ryan Di Corpo
Life-threatening mental health concerns affecting U.S. teens have reached a crisis point, complicated by a laundry list of social issues.
Arts & CultureBooks
Todd C. Ream
The central concern of the Rev. James Heft in his new book is not only how “to preserve the continuity of the Catholic intellectual tradition, but also recognize how it might be adapted.”
a student from kolbe academy stands at the front door of the school which has a sign with the school's name on it
John W. Miller
Kolbe Academy in Bath, Pa., was the only Catholic recovery school in the United States. It is closing its doors because it could not find enough students like Pete, who said he had hit rock bottom and wanted to get sober.
Children's feet in a school
Charles J. Russo
The key question in this case is not whether a charter would help or harm local education, but whether explicitly religious instruction at charter schools is constitutional.
Politics & SocietyShort Take
Terence Sweeney
These trends should prompt an examen among Catholic educators. Do our schools lead people to drift from religion to money, from community engagement to private enrichment?
FaithJesuit School Spotlight
J.D. Long-García
Sofia Bell was recently selected to play in the 2023 McDonald’s All-American Games and had offers from schools like Gonzaga, Notre Dame and Stanford.