“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.
How are negotiations possible, Father Andriy Zelinskyy asked, when the Russian opening position is: “Either you do what we want or we kill you.”
“Haitian people are living in what may be easily compared to hell,” Jean Denis Saint Félix, S.J., says. “No electricity, no running water, no transportation because there is no fuel. Unhealthy conditions everywhere.”
Providers push back on abortion criticism: ‘This country would be in dire straits without Catholic health care’
Sister Haddad, the president and chief executive officer of the Catholic Health Association, wonders why any fair observer should be surprised to discover that Catholic institutions would adhere to Catholic teaching on abortion and contraception.
“Our position, after 100 days and after having recovered the bodies, is clear: We demand the municipal, state and federal authorities to be aware of their obligations.”
Dorothy Day famously never wanted to be called a saint; how might she have responded to the idea of having a Staten Island ferry named after her?
America’s water systems have been neglected and underfunded for decades. Jackson, Miss., and other mostly Black communities are among the first to face the consequences.