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Peter believed that Jesus was the Messiah, but he did not understand how the Messiah could undergo such a fate. Like all of us, what Peter needed was a transformation of his mind.
Three Catholic elementary schools are adding educational innovation to the classroom this fall.
Athletic directors at several Catholic elementary schools told The Catholic Spirit that, while their schools and parishes have no written policy about when sports teams may play or practice, many tend to allow no sports activity before noon on Sundays.
Grant money brings diversity experts to two St. Paul schools
Each fall, Convent of the Visitation School in Mendota Heights welcomes students from pre-K through 12th grade, so its teachers understand how to help children of every age. That’s why we’ve asked four Visitation leaders for age-appropriate tips that can help you and your family get back to school smoothly and successfully.
Ann Bergmann senses that sports are becoming a “false idol” in American society.
In the next breath she admits that she, her husband, Brian, and their twins are a part of that culture.
Back in 1955, the Catholic Aid Association began offering scholarship money to help the children of members go to college.
Some $2.8 million later, the scholarship program of the 84,000-member nonprofit fraternal benefit company is still in the works, evolving just as Catholic Aid has evolved into Catholic United Financial.