Catholic Schools and the Common Good

Stephen White reflects on what is unique about Catholic schools in America.

“At their best, Catholic schools teach young people to see the world in the light of the greatest mysteries of the faith, and those mysteries suffuse every aspect of their education. At its best a Catholic education, reveals to us our own humanity by revealing to us the God who made us, loves us, became like us, and redeems us. We come to know who we are by coming to know the One for whom we are. That experience transforms the entire horizon of human experience.”

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