Parents have more options than ever when it comes to their children’s education. National Catholic Schools Week helps promote the benefits and many reasons parents in Oklahoma choose a Catholic education.
Oklahoma faith leaders announced the first annual Oklahoma March for Life to celebrate life and the value of the human person. The rally and march will be held Saturday, Jan. 22, at 10:30 a.m. at the Oklahoma State Capitol.
The Board of Trustees for Mount Saint Mary Catholic High School accepted the resignation of the school’s principal effective Dec. 29. Director of Admissions Diane Floyd, Ed.D., is serving as interim principal.
The archdiocesan Marriage and Family Life Office and the Office of Children’s Evangelism and Discipleship recently hosted “Altogether Lovely,” a bilingual program for mothers and daughters geared toward opening conversations about all things truth and beauty as well as the physical changes that girls will experience as they become young women.
“What to Say When, The Complete New Guide to Discussing Abortion,” co-authored by Shawn Carney and Steve Karlen, provides practical advice for pro-life response to many premises of the pro-abortion argument. The book is designed to educate and equip the pro-life reader for “winning” the argument of abortion.
Mercy Health Foundation reached its $40 million fundraising goal for the Love Family Women’s Center thanks to an early Christmas donation from a generous local family. Mark Davenport and his mother, Pat, together gave $1.5 million to close out the two-year campaign for the women’s center project, the largest fundraising goal in Mercy’s nearly 200-year history.
WASHINGTON D.C. – The National Federation for Catholic Youth Ministry to recognize seven individuals and one organization for their significant and outstanding contributions to the field of Catholic youth ministry at an online awards ceremony Feb. 9.
ALLOUEZ, Wis. (CNS) — Sayed Wardak, 32, spent five years as a translator for the U.S. Army in Afghanistan. In 2016, after nearly a year of hiding from the Taliban and in fear for his life, Wardak and his wife, Sairah, immigrated to the United States.
EMMITSBURG, Md. (CNS) — The National Shrine of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton in Emmitsburg is launching a series of initiatives to expand awareness of first U.S.-born saint, it announced Jan. 4, on the saint’s feast day.