Theological Foundation of Catholic Education

Schall reflects on Tracey Rowland's assessment of Catholics in the world. ¬†Rowland's observation that,¬†"It is a common experience, not just in Scotland (which has state aid for Catholic schools), Australia, or the United States, that someone can attend years of ostensibly Catholic schooling yet end up knowing little of what it is all about and … Continue reading Theological Foundation of Catholic Education

Why We Need Mentors

Catholic Studies programs were not created for non-Catholics to study the Catholic Faith, but rather to deepen the knowledge and formation of Catholics to live in the world. After four years of college, young graduates are looking to enter the workplace and live on their own. All important first steps for young college graduates. But … Continue reading Why We Need Mentors