Catholic elementary and high school educators and administrators in Archdiocese of Chicago Catholic schools are “planting the seeds of transformative education in our young people,” Dr. Jo Ann Rooney, the newly appointed President of Loyola University, told the more than 400 people gathered for the Celebrating Catholic Education Breakfast at Chicago’s Palmer House on January 24.
Internationally acclaimed speaker Matthew Kelly will launch St. Bernadette’s speaker series in June, thanks to the To Teach Who Christ Is campaign.
For many families, scholarships make a Catholic education possible. The Archdiocese of Chicago is raising $350 million for Catholic education, as well as parishes and faith formation, through the “To Teach Who Christ Is” campaign.
Our parishes are more than places to pray and worship. They are unique communities of faith, with an important mission of teaching who Christ is. The Archdiocese of Chicago is raising $350 million for parishes, as well as Catholic education and faith formation, through the “To Teach Who Christ Is” campaign.
“To Teach Who Christ Is” is not just the theme of our campaign — it is how we spread the Gospel through religious education. The Archdiocese of Chicago is raising $350 million for faith formation, as well as parishes and Catholic education, through “To Teach Who Christ Is.”