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A very Catholic reason you should learn a new language

While learning a new language has many practical benefits, there are a few spiritual ones you might be surprised to discover.

Fr. James V. Schall, S.J., noted political philosopher, dead at 91

Longtime Georgetown professor remembered for his erudition, love of teaching and prolific output

These Catholics honor their Jewish history with a Passover Seder

Hosting a Seder feast during Holy Week is an excellent way to bring the family together and teach the mysteries of faith.

Take this free online course on Rome’s Arch of Titus, which commemorated Rome’s occupation of the Holy Land

The menorah carved into the marble actually served as the model for the emblem of the State of Israel.

Why you’re not a bad homeschooler

Many homeschooling parents say they feel inadequate and overwhelmed, but here are a few things to consider.

Catholic school awarded for implementing “full inclusion” for people with Down syndrome and autism

By opening their doors to students with developmental and intellectual challenges, this school encapsulates the beauty of humanity.

Franciscan brother wins $1 million prize for educational work among poor Kenyans

Brother Peter Tabichi's students had nothing. But now they are entering international competitions.

9 Ways that daily reading can improve the quality of your life

Good books are like good friends -- they offer so many benefits.

Which kind of intelligence is your strength?

There's more than one way to be "smart."

Having a hard time getting your kids to do homework?

If you let them do this one thing first, you might be surprised by the results.

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