Why racial justice is important to all
A “seismic shift in demographics” in both society and the U.S. Catholic Church in the coming decades will create a church that is far less white, and the church will be unprepared to deal with that reality unless it addresses “the ongoing struggle for racial equality,” Father Bryan Massingale told archdiocesan priests, seminarians and other officials Nov. 6.
Intellectual conversation lures young adults
Like many young adults who attend college out of town, earn a degree and then return home, Mary Watson, 28, had to adjust to life at home being different. No longer were all of her friends around to discuss their thoughts on everything under the sun.
Balancing hands-on learning, technology key
Several early childhood teachers gave input on educational practices and resources that parents could use to help their little ones develop their God-given intelligence.
New scholarship options for local Catholic students
Since last school year, the Office of Catholic Schools has identified a new source of tuition funding that is a win-win situation for parents needing tuition assistance to afford a Catholic school education for their children and those wanting to donate money to support it.
St. Paul’s run set for Dec. 5
St. Paul School’s “Run with the Wolves Cross Country Christmas Run” will distribute some very special trophies on this year’s race day of Dec. 5.
‘Mailman’ delivers meaningful service to homeless
When people compile a mental checklist of services needed by the homeless, “a place to pick up mail” might not even occur to them, trumped by more obvious concerns such as food, housing, toilets and showers.