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CEF receives another $1 million donation

By Marnie McAllister, Record Editor

The Catholic Education Foundation (CEF) will be able to help an extra 150 to 200 children with Catholic school tuition next fall — and for years to come — thanks to a new $1 million gift from the Lechleiter family. 727 more words

Archdiocesan News

What Would Jesus Do?

I DROVE THROUGH Lander, Wyoming, once, on my way to Grand Tetons National Park (we camped at a nearby beautiful state park). I declared it then as the most beautiful small town in America and entertained thoughts about moving there after retirement. 351 more words

Morals Clauses

(Note: This expands upon a response I originally left at Bilgrimage.)

There’s been a lot of discussion on the Catholic blogosphere on the subject of morality clauses being used against lay employees at Catholic institutions, especially if said employees are heterosexual females or some combination of LGBT. 818 more words

The Separation of Church and School

I teach theology and philosophy at Dowling Catholic High School.  Tyler McCubbin has been substitute teaching across the hall from me for a few weeks now.  3,277 more words


Of Catholic Schools, Down Syndrome, and Hospitality

He willeth we know that not only He taketh heed to
noble things and to great, but also to little and to small, to low and to simple.

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Down Syndrome

Alumni Focus: Teaching about Islam in today's context

Despite increased interest in learning about Islam and other world religions, Catholic educational institutions face significant challenges in teaching these subjects to their students, says Prof Sandra Keating. 682 more words

Jubilee Year 2000 Video Interview

In 2000, I was asked to do this video interview.  As I noted at the beginning, someone once told me that priests are ordained and bishops are consecrated, but monsignor’s are created, which means something is made out of nothing. 15 more words