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Question: I sometimes hear of Catholic colleges and universities honoring individuals who challenge the teachings of the Church. What makes a university “Catholic”? Can such a designation be taken away? Answer: The university system began during the Middle Ages when the Church and society were closely intertwined. As the Church

by Mitchell Palmquist Spokane, Wash., Jun 3, 2020 / 06:30 pm MT (CNA).- St. Charles Catholic School in Spokane, Washingon adds its name to a growing list of Catholic schools across the country that hope to find a renewal through an embrace of a classical liberal arts educational model. St.

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by Jonah McKeown Denver Newsroom, May 7, 2020 / 05:29 pm MT (CNA).- A Notre Dame sociologist is using data to challenge a Harvard Law professor’s assertions that homeschooling is “dangerous”, and detrimental to society. The controversy stems from a recent paper by professor Elizabeth Bartholet in which she calls

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by Matt Hadro Washington D.C., Apr 27, 2020 / 03:37 pm MT (CNA).- President Donald Trump held a call with more than 600 Catholic leaders on Saturday that focused on education and relief funding during the coronavirus pandemic. Catholic educational leaders on the call touted the work of Catholic educators

Students from St. James the Greater awaiting the Catholic Schools Week Mass. (CT Photo/Greg Hartman)
The Catholic Education Foundation is currently accepting applications for 2019 elementary school tuition assistance scholarships. All scholarships are needs-based and can be used at any Catholic elementary school within the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. Awards range from $250 to $1,000 per student. Grant Details K-8 grade grants will be awarded based

A 24-hour a day Mass times resource that anyone with internet can access is objectively speaking , a great thing. But for the young collegiate Catholic, it is also an excuse killer. When my parents’ generation went to college, they no doubt did a little research on the parishes near

By Nate Madden Catholic News Service  WASHINGTON — Wyoming Catholic College, a Catholic university founded in 2005 in Lander, announced in late February that it “shall not participate in federal student loan programs.” The decision came after months of analysis and deliberations by the college and its board of directors.

This property at 1548 Central Parkway in Cincinnati will become the new home of Chatfield College. (Courtesy Photo)
Staff Report Chatfield College has commenced the renovation of a historic building for use as its new permanent Cincinnati campus in Over-the-Rhine. Located at 1544 Central Parkway, the 18,000 square foot building will provide a permanent, downtown campus for Chatfield students. The college is currently leasing space at 1800 Logan

Staff Report Highlighting the special role women religious have had in Catholic education, the Department of Educational Services has named the conference rooms in its Cincinnati office after the founders of religious orders with local ties.

By Erin Callahan For The Catholic Telegraph While the nation debates Common Core, Catholic educators can lead the conversation about accountability and standards while still maintaining central values, according to a discussion at the University of Dayton’s Catholic Education Summit on July 14.