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Young Catholic men can now learn a trade in a Catholic environment

Filling a void, Harmel Academy in Grand Rapids, Michigan, will begin taking students next year.

6 Things to pack in your child’s backpack to help with back-to-school anxiety

These simple things can motivate your kids as they face the new year ahead.

Here’s how to start a preschool co-op for the school year

Have fun learning with your child and your friends this fall!

Bishops of California call for Catholic action against college abortion pill bill

Bishop Jaime Soto of Sacramento has organized a novena for the intercession of Our Lady of Guadalupe.

How one carpenter used his whole life’s savings to help young people he didn’t know

The hard work of one simple man has changed the lives of 33 people.

Experience the Great Adventure Bible in just one day

Jeff Cavins will hold live events where he will teach attendees about his easy-to-use Bible Timeline.

Teachers’ union endorses “right to abortion”

The NEA, the nation's largest labor union, is a major donor to federal candidates for office.

Why writing well is more important than ever

It can help us think better, learn better, and even be more hireable.

This diocese found an innovative way to bring the Rosary to school kids

Rochester schools are expecting the program to return next year.

The ultimate guide to filling your child’s Mass bag

These toys and activities might just save your sanity this Sunday.

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