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The Gift of Catholic Education in Diocese of Wichita

(school bell rings) – [Teacher] What should you be looking at? – [Student] The crucifix. – [Teacher] Bless us… – [Class] …O Lord, for these Thy gifts, which we are about to receive from Thy bounty. – We live in the Diocese of Wichita, and we have 6 kiddos that attend the Catholic schools. Okay,… Read More »

Catholic Answers Live TV | Season 1 | Episode 6

Welcome to the G.K. Chesterton Studio. I’m Cy Kellett, and I get to sit right here at this desk each weekday to host Catholic Answers Live. I’m joined by some of the best apologists, theologians, and ministers you’ll find anywhere, as they respond to caller questions about Catholic life and faith. Today, we’d like to… Read More »

Catholic Schools | Now More Than Ever

I believe Catholic education works that’s the bottom line. Our children receive discipline. Our children are exposed to the arts, music they have technology, they have library, foreign language we’re preparing them to be leaders. To see the number of students here who are able by the time they leave us to participate in college… Read More »

“Economy with a Truly Human Purpose” (Pope Francis): Is it Possible?

[CAROZZA] Good morning and welcome. My name is Paolo Carozza, I’m the Director of the Kellogg Institute for International Studies at the University of Notre Dame. It’s a great pleasure to be here. Thank you to the New York Encounter for hosting us. It’s also a privilege for me as Director of the Kellogg Institute… Read More »

Thomas Aquinas College to Open in Northfield | Connecting Point | Dec. 5, 2018

>>>A NEW COLLEGE IS SET TO OPEN IN NEW ENGLAND BRANCH OF THE CALIFORNIA BASE MOUNT HERMAN SCHOOL. I SPOKE WITH THE ADMISSIONS COUNSELOR AND THE ROMAN CATHOLIC DIES SIS OF SPRINGFIELD TO SEE WHAT THIS WILL MEAN FOR CATHOLIC EDUCATION IN THE REGION.>>FOR US AS A CATHOLIC COMMUNITY, IT MEANS IN FRANKLIN COUNTY, WE… Read More »

2019 Archbishop’s Catholic Appeal

With all the news, it’s easy to feel hopeless. The world tells us that we can’t make a difference. Now, more than ever, we need to ask ourselves, what do we tell the world? I can serve those in need. I can bring joy into the world. I can educate minds and form souls. I… Read More »

What one Catholic school in East L.A. is doing to serve its Latino students.

Today, only about 2% of Latino children in the United States are able to attend Catholic Schools. I’m Antonio de Loera-Brust with America Media. We’re here East Los Angeles, at Dolores Mission School. Nationwide, Latino’s are severely under-represented in Catholic education. But, here at Dolores Mission school, the story is different. This Jesuit run school… Read More »