Perhaps you have heard of the annual March for Life in Washington D.C.? Ever since federal abortion legislation was passed in 1973, huge crowds have gathered at the nation’s capital to protest in favor of respect for the lives of unbornRead More
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High school can be a tumultuous time for many young people. But spending those years in a loving and nurturing environment such as St. Joseph’s, rooted in the Gospel and carrying a mission of teaching and living active inclusive love,Read More
Let's Talk! This year the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington DC invited educators to come together for 5 days, from July 10-14th, for a conference called Let's Talk!: Teaching Race in the Classroom, toRead More
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Science and Faith: A Long Partnership Did you know that a Catholic priest, Fr. Georges Lemaître, was the first scientist to propose the hypothesis of the Big Bang as the origin of the universe? Or that friar, abbot and scientistRead More