Catholic Education

As the Catholic chaplain at two secular universities Ania Krysciak believes organizing retreats for students with no religious affiliation is critical for their spiritual formation.

Keep Catholic identity clear, says Pope Francis

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VATICAN CITY - Catholic universities must give "uncompromising" and "unambiguous" witness to church teaching and defend themselves from all efforts to dilute their Catholic identity, Pope Francis said.

Coffee to combat social justice apathy on campus

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TORONTO - A Catholic education involves more than books and study. It means getting involved to make a difference. At least, that’s how Eman Cheema sees it.

Pope Francis’ message resonates on Canadian campuses

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TORONTO - Timothy Keslick believes Pope Francis’s small gestures are making a big impact on Canada’s university students.

Our Lady Seat of Wisdom taking next step

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Now in its 14th year, Our Lady Seat of Wisdom Academy is seeking to step up its academic game by becoming a degree- granting institution.

King’s goes it alone

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King’s University College at London, Ont.’s Western University walks into its 60th anniversary as a newly incorporated institution, separate from the diocese of London.

TCDSB committee aims to close the learning gap

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TORONTO - A Catholic Social Justice Committee has been formed for Toronto Catholic schools to address the gap in learning opportunities found in different areas of the city.

St. Michael's mourns loss of Fr. Thomas Mohan

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TORONTO - Basilian Father Thomas Mohan, who is credited with bringing stability to St. Michael's College School during the 1990s, died Dec. 8 after a month's-long battle with leukemia. He was 84.

Symposium tackles student mental health

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TORONTO - Victoria Doucet took part in the Toronto Catholic District School Board’s 2013 Mental Health Symposium because she, like more than 10 per cent of the population 15 or older, suffers from a mental health disorder.

Donor passes along the gift of education

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TORONTO - A student at St. Michael’s Choir School was able to return to class at the renowned Toronto school this September thanks to the financial assistance of an anonymous donor who is covering his tuition of about $5,000.

New supervisor for Windsor board

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A new set of eyes is keeping watch on the Windsor-Essex Catholic District School Board.