A heart forever changed
Elizabeth Ann Bayley Seton was the first native-born North American to be canonized.
Blue skies and a slight fall breeze graced all those who attended the first Diocesan Family Festival at the Shrine of the Most Blessed Sacrament on Oct. 22.
Over and over, I remind them that the name “saints” is more than their school mascot, it’s who they are!
A student, a teacher, a parent, and an alumnus talk Catholic education
I am impressed by the quality and excellence of our schools to prepare faith-filled citizens and disciples for tomorrow’s society.
Anxiety is the most common mental disorder according to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America.
A Salvatorian reflects on over a half century of religious life
As we start the new year, our focus is again directed on the importance of Catholic education.
Friendship is the foundation of our relationship with ourselves and with Jesus.
Margaret Dubose has served as superintendent of Catholic schools for the Diocese since 2019.