An essay by Sarah, an 8 grade student of St Stanislaus Kostka Catholic Academy. Great testimony, please read carefully…
I like being in a Catholic School because I feel much safer. It is a quiet learning environment to me. All the kids are well disciplined and very respectful to each other. Being in a Catholic School is a privilege that many students don’t get. I consider myself lucky to be here. The teachers are very nice here and care about your education. They always try their hardest to grade all of our tests immediately. Catholic School has very strict rules. That’s what makes them so great. Students honor, follow, and respect them so there are no problems ever.
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Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio’s article on the occasion of the Catholic Schools Week from “The Tablet” for February 5, 2011 titled – Celebrate Catholic Schools Week
The annual celebration of Catholic Schools Week reminds us of the inestimable value that a Catholic education has for our young people. The responsibility of the Church is to educate its young in the practice of the faith. This responsibility extends to all of our children, even those not in Catholic schools. Hopefully, as we improve our religious education programs, we can serve those not attending Catholic schools better than we have in the past. Continue reading Bishop DiMarzio – Celebrate Catholic Schools Week
Catholic Schools Week begins today. Please read some thoughts on Catholic Schools taken from the letters of Rev. Peter A. Rosazza, Auxiliary Bishop of Hartford and Salvatore R. Matano, Bishop of Burlington, who plead with us – Support Our Catholic Schools – they real treasure for Our Church and Our Society.
The US Conference of Bishops’ document states: “The Catholic community is encouraged at every level to support the work of our Catholic elementary and secondary schools, keeping them available and accessible to as many parents Continue reading Catholic Schools Week