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Secularism is a totally inadequate basis for British society in the twenty-first century, producing a society with foundations, a British bishop has said. In a lecture given at Kings College London on March 6th, Bishop Philip Egan of Portsmouth said thatsecularism is "too flimsy" a basis for British culture. "...read more
Articles from section "Education and Catechesis"
Here is an excerpt of the address given todayby Father Tom Deenihan, General Secretary of the Catholic Primary Schools Management Association of Ireland, at the CPSMA Annual General Meeting. …read more
Here is an address fromArchbishop Eamon Martin, coadjutor archbishop of Armagh, given today at theEdmund Rice Schools Trustees (NI) Annual Foundation Lecture. * * * "We need a bigger beach" …read more
Answered by Legionary of Christ Father Edward McNamara, professor of liturgy and dean of theology at the Regina Apostolorum university. Q: I recently attended a Mass. During the homily (which …read more
Pope Francisspoke today with members of the Congregation for Catholic Education. The Congregation, the branch of the Curia that ultimatelyoversees everything from Catholic kindergartens to …read more
Here is a translation of Francis’ address today to the plenary session of the Congregation for Catholic Education (of Seminaries and Institutes of Study). * * * Lord Cardinals, Venerable …read more