Tag Archives: Catholic Schools Week

St. Patrick’s ‘real life’ Saints

When we know someone or of someone who has gone beyond the call of duty for others,

St. Gregory Barbarigo Catholic School hosts “Mommy and Son” Date Night

Mothers and sons from St. Gregory Barbarigo Catholic Elementary School in Maryville danced the night away

A ho’olaule’a ends Catholic Schools Week at Our Lady of the Presentation

Oh yes, it was a celebration, ho’olaule’a!

The spirit of Catholic Schools Week at Our Lady of the Presentation

You might think first week of February is bleak and blah!

Thoughts on Catholic Schools

As this is Catholic Schools Week across America, it provides an opportunity to reflect on this ministry that has profoundly affected millions of people, and continues to do so in our own diocese.

O’Hara Honor students help feed the hungry

Catholic Schools Week can get a little silly, a bit off the wall, and possibly downright wacky.

Presentation’s Catholic Schools Week ends with a Panther cheer

Catholic Schools Week occurs the last week of January each year and schools across the country celebrate Catholic education.

Presentation School celebrates Catholic Schools Week

The last week of January each year is the time when, across the country, Catholic school faculty, staff and students, along with their parents, come together to celebrate what Catholic education is all about.

The Mission of Catholic Schools: Support Parents in Forming Children

Parents love their children.

Bring Catholic Schools into the Light

In the 1960s, the number of students in U.S. Catholic schools was over 5.2 million in almost 13,000 schools.

January 28, 2020
Newspaper of the Diocese of Kansas City ~ St. Joseph