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Volunteering their free time is one of the main ways that concerned citizens help make their communities better. Finding the right opportunity for your specific skill set can be a challenge. Fortunately, it is likely tha ...

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Sending a child off to college is a big transition for parents, especially if they are doing it for the first time. Even parents who have degrees may return from summer orientation looking glassy-eyed and overwhelmed by ...

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Being a parent isn't easy. Should you only buy organic food? Do you let fussy babies self-soothe? Do you trust your young adult to handle all the paperwork for college admission? There are so many studies about the long- ...

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All children deserve good education. The knowledge they build early on can have a lasting effect on their confidence and success for the rest of their lives. Schools should be a place where their dreams are cultivated an ...

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If you have a church newsletter, you probably have people who are regular contributors. You may even have a designated team that is tasked with making sure there is adequate material for each publication. It's usually pr ...

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Parents of children enrolled in extracurriculur activities know all about fundraising for school. But with quarantine during COVID-19, how can students fundraise responsibly while staying safe and healthy?

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The Catholic Church is under fire yet again, except this time for allowing its schools to discriminate against and fire teachers for their sexual orientation. Most recently, two teachers at a Seattle-based school were fo ...

Category: Politics Religion School

In the latest chapter of the growing debate over the employment of LGBTQ staff in local Catholic educational institutions, the Archdiocese of Indianapolis, Indiana, kicked the Brebeuf Jesuit Preparatory School out of the ...

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At the end of September, libraries all over the United States will be celebrating the right to read. Banned Books Week has been featured for about 30 years, but the practice of banning books dates back much farther than ...

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Some authors believe that getting on the Banned Book List is a great way to increase publicity about controversial topics. One of the most hotly debated topics over the years has been LGBT rights and information. Here a ...

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