Catholic Education

New Baltimore Catholic school to be named in honor of Mother Lange

The proposed new Catholic school in Baltimore will honor the name of Mother Mary Elizabeth Lange, the foundress of the Oblate Sisters of Providence and the first Catholic school in the United States for black children.
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Bishops consider plans to revitalize appeal of a Catholic education

The goal is to ensure that Catholic schools will remain a vibrant and important part of family and church life.
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Two honored for support of Catholic schools in Frederick County

Al Edwards and Pam Zusi, longtime supporters of Catholic education, were honored with the 2017 John McElroy Award Oct. 3 by the Friends of Catholic Education. According to its mission statement, FOCE is “dedicated to providing a Catholic school education in Frederick County for all who seek it.” Since its founding in 1989, it has...
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Donald J. Reitz, first lay superintendent of schools in Baltimore Archdiocese, dies

Donald J. Reitz, the first lay superintendent of schools for the Archdiocese of Baltimore, was described as a “renaissance man,” equally adept at writing books on education as he was maintaining a car.
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