February 8, 2017

Some Catholic schools hold, even cut, cost of attendance

The Catholic Review’s annual survey of cost of attendance among non-public schools in the archdiocese shows again that Catholic high schools are more affordable than all but a handful of their peers.
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At audience, pope leads prayers for migrants, trafficking victims

Pope Francis asked government officials around the world to “decisively combat this plague” of human trafficking.
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New gender policy won’t affect Catholic Scouting units, says committee

The Boy Scouts of America’s new policy to accept members based on their gender identity will have no impact on Scouting units sponsored by the Catholic Church, said the National Catholic Committee on Scouting.
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Ave atque vale: A Eulogy for a Mouse among Men

You were fast and lean and sleek and smart.No other mouse could play the part.You scurried with the speed of light,Zipping past, both left and right.Sometimes you crept without a careAnd sniffed around ’most everywhere.Your paws were white. Your back was gray.We thought you’d never go away.What did you eat?
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