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Few people think of Iowa City, Iowa, as a hotbed of medical research. But in a roundabout way more Catholics are beginning to take notice of a Catholic, pro-life medical research center. more
BEIRUT — Catholic and Orthodox patriarchs of the Middle East denounced attacks on Christians and called upon the international community to work toward eradicating terrorist groups. The … more
VATICAN CITY (CNS) -- Envy, jealousy and meanness are human instincts, but they are not Christian, since the division they cause among believers is the work of the devil, Pope Francis … more
In June, eight members of O’Connell’s Medical Missionaries Club were joined by two alumni and three chaperones for a weeklong mission trip to Haiti. The group flew into the Dominican Republic … more
While many students were savoring the last few days of summer vacation by sleeping in, watching Netflix or lounging at the pool, some rising seniors at Paul VI Catholic High School in Fairfax were … more
Bishop O’Connell High School has brought new faces and talents to the performing arts faculty with a new band director and a new choral director. Ron Isaacson, band director, is a trombonist/low … more
In addition to their new name — Saint John Paul the Great — the Dumfries high school begins its seventh year with the largest freshman class in history. Just shy of 200, the class of 2018 is 25 … more
Bishop Ireton High School turns 50 this year. In the late 1950s, six local parishes —Blessed Sacrament, St. Louis, St. Joseph, St. Mary, St. Rita, and Our Lady of Lourdes — determined that there … more
Five new principals will join the ranks of Arlington diocesan schools this year. Maureen Ashby, principal of Holy Spirit School in Annandale, was born in Lowell, Mass. She earned a bachelor’s … more
ATLANTA — Some 160 first-year students filled Cristo Rey Atlanta Jesuit High School as the newest Catholic high school in the community opened. After nearly a year and a half of planning to … more
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