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Politics & SocietyDispatches
Kevin Clarke
“If Catholic schools were a state, they’d be the highest performing in the nation on all four N.A.E.P. tests,” Kathleen Porter-Magee, the superintendent of Partnership Schools, pointed out on Twitter.
students at Kellenberg High do STEM science project in a classroom with lab equipment, all four students are wearing gray blazers and safety goggles
Christopher Parker
Advocates from three faith traditions lobbied together for a program that would help fund science and math education in New York state’s religious schools.
A blue sign for Roncalli High School in Indianapolis
Carol Zimmermann - Catholic News Service
U.S. District Judge Richard Young said the Indianapolis Archdiocese and its schools can select, retain or dismiss faculty according to their religious standards.
FaithVatican Dispatch
Gerard O’Connell
The cardinal who, until now, served as the Vatican’s chief archivist and librarian, had long been rumored to be named prefect of this newly created Vatican office.
Sister Thereselle Arruda reads to preschoolers at St. Peter Indian Mission School in Bapchule, Ariz. The Franciscan Sisters of Christian Charity have served the Gila River Indian Community since 1935. (CNS photo/Nancy Wiechec)
Politics & SocietyYour Take
Our readers
Readers respond to our September editorial, "Catholic Education on the Margins," on school voucher programs.
Brother Jim Boynton greets an incoming freshman at University of Detroit High School and Academy (photo: U. of D. Jesuit).
FaithJesuit School Spotlight
Maurice Timothy Reidy
There were once over 30 Catholic high schools in the city of Detroit. There are now three.