A group of high school students from Hamilton, Ont., recently returned from a labour-intensive trip deep in the mountains of the Dominican Republic just in time to celebrate the 25th anniversary of their school’s social justice program that sent them there. 

170 years, and St. Joe’s still building for the future

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Past and present intersected at St. Joseph’s College School on Wellesley Street in Toronto on April 20. 

Innovation projects seek to enhance kids’ learning

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Simon Lambert advocates that the comfortability of desks and utility of the teaching board in classrooms critically impacts the development of young learners. 

Leaders honoured for contributions to Catholic education

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Outstanding leaders in Catholic education were honoured April 19 when the Catholic Principals’ Council of Ontario presented its annual awards recognizing service to Catholic faith and education.

Catholic education is defined by the Gospel of Christ

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Catholic Education Week is an opportunity for the entire Catholic community to celebrate one of the finest educations that can be provided. It is also a gift to the province in so many ways. 

Honour recognizes Catholic values of ‘Unsung Heroes’

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From council members and course planners to caretakers and custodians, the Toronto Catholic District School Board’s unique recognition initiative is a celebration of its employees' and volunteers' commitments to fostering student success, regardless of their position. 

A message for Catholic Education Week

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A letter from Archbishop Francis Leo for Catholic Education Week.

Gridiron hopes second to being a better man

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Windsor, Ont., football star chooses God’s way for path to success

The Bible done differently

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Imagery lends an elegant aesthetic, provokes deeper thought

Covenant signing a ‘local initiative,’ with hope that more will follow

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Though Vancouver Archbishop Michael Miller called the Easter accord between the Kamloops First Nation and two British Columbia Catholic dioceses a significant and historic “milestone,” there appear to be no plans for other Canadian bishops to immediately follow suit.

First Nation, dioceses move forward together

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The journey to the Easter Sunday signing in Kamloops of a sacred covenant between the Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc (Kamloops First Nation) and Catholic bishops from Vancouver and Kamloops took several years, and it was the efforts of two men that began the process, say Kamloops Chief Rosanne Casimir and Vancouver Archbishop J. Michael Miller.