York Catholic board honours distinguished alumni

Graduates who have made their mark in sportscasting, broadcasting, the National Basketball Association, education, nursing and cartoons are this year’s Distinguished Alumni Award honorees of the York Catholic District School Board.

Academic supports help spread the faith

As another school year nears its end, education partners are sharing a message of hope to educators and students while continuing to spread the spirit of the faith in Ontario’s Catholic schools.

Rock star’s reconciliation legacy a hit

The legacies of late Tragically Hip frontman Gord Downie and Chanie Wenjack, an Anishnawbe boy who never came home from residential school, are helping to transform Catholic education for the better.

A faith filled way of seeing the world

This month we will celebrate Catholic Education Week, a time for the community to recognize the importance of Catholic education in our province, where more than 500,000 students attend 1,135 elementary schools and 219 secondary schools encompassing 29 Catholic school boards.

School steps up for Ukrainian refugees

As First Communion approaches for the St. Demetrius Catholic School community, many members who had fled Ukraine and its war found themselves in need of more than sacramental nourishment.

Faith must remain in Catholic education

In a recent discussion analyzing a Vatican document on the identity of Catholic schools, Matt Hoven highlighted the common yet “problematic” viewpoints circulating within current-day Catholic education.

Resource offers thorough view of Vatican II

Catherine Clifford doesn’t want to just recover the spirit of Vatican II. She wants to be more thorough.