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Religious Education

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  • NY Archdiocese To Close 27 Catholic Schools, Saving $10M

    NY Archdiocese To Close 27 Catholic Schools, Saving $10M
    The Archdiocese of New York says 27 Catholic schools that received heavy subsidies due to declining enrollment will close at the end of the current academic year. The archdiocese said Tuesday on its website the closures of 26 elementary schools and one...
  • FEMA gives funds to St. Bernard Catholic school

    FEMA gives funds to St. Bernard Catholic school
    A Roman Catholic school in St. Bernard Parish plans to expand its campus with $4 million in federal hurricane aid.       The Federal Emergency Management Agency says it is giving the money to the Our Lady of Prompt Succor School. The money covers...
  • Friends and Sports are a factor

    The reasons families choose to leave Newport-Mesa Unified schools are as diverse as the schools they choose. Friends and sports are often major considerations. Many people spoke of attending elementary school and middle school outside of Newport-Mesa,...
  • Ambushed by recurring cold sores? Here's why

    Ambushed by recurring cold sores? Here's why
    For such a ubiquitous plague, cold sores can be mighty shaming. In addition to the indignity of wearing a bulging, weepy blister on your lip, sufferers also must contend with the stigma of its source: HSV-1, a type of herpes simplex virus. But unlike...
  • Both rabbi and 'president'

    Both rabbi and 'president'
    Rabbi Gershom Sizomu knew he wanted to be a Jewish scholar. He also understood his position as a leader in the small Jewish community of Uganda. But he didn't quite grasp that he would one day deal with jobs, clinics, mosquito nets and other mundane...
  • Chris Hutchinson, Socialist Candidate for First Congressional District

    Meet Chris Hutchinson. He’s a socialist. Yes, it’s true. He thinks plenty is missing from today’s political discourse. There’s lots of talk about the size of government, the national deficit and repealing health care reform; there&...
  • Thompson lands at Jesuit

    Thompson lands at Jesuit
    Former Brother Martin basketball coach Scott Thompson is returning to his alma mater. Thompson said Thursday night he will be a teacher this upcoming school year at Jesuit. Thompson said there is a possibility he will serve in some capacity as a coach....
  • Bishop Admits Mishandling Priest Child Porn Case

    Bishop Admits Mishandling Priest Child Porn Case
    The Bishop of the Kansas City-St. Joseph Diocese admitted that he mishandled a child porn investigation involving a metro priest. Bishop Robert Finn admitted that he had not read the full letter from the principal of St. Patrick's Catholic School...
  • School Flight Part 3: Families return to neighborhood schools

    School Flight Part 3: Families return to neighborhood schools
    Last of three parts. COSTA MESA — Jill Fales remembers moving to Mesa Verde three years ago and hearing neighborhood parents recite stereotypes in an effort to dissuade her from enrolling her son in the elementary school down the street. Adams...
  • Mary Dutton Weis

    Mary Dutton Weis June 19, 1917 to May 26, 2011 Mary Dutton Weis passed away on May 26, 2011 at the MountView Retirement Residence, where she had lived since Oct. 2010.  Mary was ill for much of her stay at MountView, but her last days were peaceful and...
  • After Care and Camps

    ADVENTURE BAY Child care and summer camp solutions for preschoolers and grade schoolers www.adventurebayelc.com Pembroke Pines 954-441-4488 Plantation 954-472-3552 br> ADVENTURE BAY An accredited preschool, Afterschool and Summer Camp Where children...
  • St. Joachim crazy for Coles

    St. Joachim crazy for Coles
    COSTA MESA — Isn't there a saying that goes: all good things come in threes? The St. Joachim Catholic School boys' fifth- and sixth-grade silver division team would most likely say yes because of its three Coles. Cole Schattinger, Cole McFetters...