Last article of section "Education and Catechesis"
Here is a translation of the impromptu discourse the Pope gave at the conclusion of his videoconference with youth of the Scolas project. * * * I'm like the one who is told, "Say something." And then he responds, "OK, I'm going to improvise [a speech]." And then he delivers what he already had prepared. These...read more
Articles from section "Education and Catechesis"
Today Pope Francis spoke to a consortium of Jesuit institutions in Rome. What he said is essential for every Catholic college. Pope Francis addressed the communities of thePontifical …read more
Here is a translation of Francis’ address today to representatives of the Pontifical Gregorian University, the Pontifical Biblical Institute and the Pontifical Oriental Institute. * * * Lord …read more
The desired outcome of a Catholic education is an educated Catholic. And yet, what emerges from Catholic education these days is not always an educated Catholic. While one can blame the …read more
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 …read more
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