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An old anti-Catholic law has resurfaced in Georgia

An amendment from the 1870s that was once used to target Catholics is now being invoked in Georgia once again to challenge a scholarship program allowing children to attend religious schools. And the use of the amendment is deeply unacceptable, religious freedom advocates say. “Georgia’s program is helping low-income children. It would be a terrible

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Vatican introduces sex education for teens

The Vatican recently rolled out a new sex education course designed to help parents and educators talk to teens about sex and counter messages on social media. The course, published by the Vatican Council for the Family, and called “The Meeting Point: The Adventure of Love,” aims to promote a dialogue between young people and

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Mary’s Meals to feed and educate Syrian refugees children

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In the consideration to the adverse hunger and lack of education for the Syrian children in the various refugee camps, the United Nations UN had long before now revealed that if no emergent positive support and care is rendered to the over two million Syrian refugee children that it will lead to the ‘lost of

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Pope Francis: Educators are among the worst paid workers

Responding to a question and answer session on Saturday Nov.21st  at a conference to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Second Vatican Council’s Declaration on Christian Education and the 25th anniversary of Ex Corde Ecclesiae, St John Paul II’s apostolic constitution on Catholic universities, the Holy Father warned about the dangers of exclusion and educating

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Christian schools reopen in Israel after month-long strike

The schools were closed to pressure the Israeli government to grant budgeting equality Christian schools opened in Israel on September 28 after an almost month-long strike demanding equality in budgeting. School officials and the Ministry of Education reached an agreement just before the Jewish Sukkot holiday. “We see this as a wonderful achievement as we

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Jesuit missionary statue removed from Catholic university

A statue of a Jesuit missionary shown preaching to two Native Americans has been removed from a Catholic university in St Louis, Missouri following complaints from faculty and students. Complaints from the Saint Louis University community about the sculpture said that, because the missionary Pierre-Jean De Smet is on an elevated platform holding a cross

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