Catholic Education

Upcoming Conference on Digital Communications

Does the staff of your parish, school, or other organization want to use new media (like Facebook, Twitter, mobile and email) but isn’t sure where to begin? Could you – clergy, religious, teacher, or lay faithful – benefit from the guidance of top Catholic digital experts? Would
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Camp St. Andrew: Building Character and Self-Esteem for Pennsylvania’s Youth

Camp St. Andrew serves the youth of northeastern Pennsylvania by offering fun-filled outdoor activities while building character, developing leadership skills and establishing life-long friendships. Located in Tunkhannock, Camp St. Andrew is run by the Diocese of Scranton’s Catholic S
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Textbook Funding Doesn’t Stack Up

  Click here to send a message to your legislators in support of equal textbook funding!
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Support Equal Education Funding in Pennsylvania

For many years, the annual state budget for textbooks and other instructional materials for non-public schools had increased at the same rate as the increase in public school subsidies.  Whether the students attend public or nonpublic schools, their parents are taxpayers, so treating
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Catholic School Educators Recognized for Leadership and Commitment to Private Schools

Learning should be an adventure. The best educators find ways to instill this belief in their students. Two Catholic school teachers and an administrator were honored this week for exemplifying this philosophy in private schools. The Pennsylvania affiliate of the Council on American P
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EITC Celebrates 13th Year

Hundreds of students from schools across Pennsylvania gathered today to mark the 13th anniversary of the Education Improvement Tax Credit Program (EITC). The rally, hosted by the REACH Foundation, featured speeches by legislators and parents, as well as a presentation of an award to L
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Updates to Child Abuse Mandated Reporter Law

More Pennsylvania adults will be accountable for stopping and preventing child abuse with the recent passage of legislation that broadens the definition of who is a mandated reporter. State Sen. Kim Ward of Westmoreland County sponsored Senate Bill 21, which broadens the definition of
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Meeting the Pope

“Utterly amazing” are the words Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett used to describe what it was like to meet Pope Francis face-to-face before a crowd of 100,000 onlookers in Saint Peter’s Square in Rome. “I’ve met presidents. Those meetings were quite impressive,” he said, “but meeting
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