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Rep. Lipinski: Get Rid of Anti-Catholic Blaine Amendments - Catholic schools advocate and co-chair of the bipartisan Congressional Pro-Life Caucus Rep. Daniel Lipinski (D-Ill.) recently introduced a House resolution honoring the outstanding work of Catholic schools across the country, and told The Cardinal Newman Society that he supports getting rid of the discriminatory Blaine Amendments found in many state constitutions that keep families from using public funds to choose a Catholic educa...
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State Catholic Conferences Push Legislators to Prioritize School Choice Programs
Representatives of several state Catholic conferences, which communicate the public policy interests of the bishops, recently told The Cardinal Newman Society that Catholic schools rely heavily on supportive school choice programs that enable families to choose a Catholic education for their children, but this support is lacking in many states where school choice is not prioritized or is outright battled due to anti-Catholic legislation. <br /> <...
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Education Programs at Newman Guide Colleges Place Premium on Moral Teacher Formation
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Faithful Catholic Educators Echo Pope’s Words, Build Schools Around the Eucharist
While many Catholic schools can boast about their academics, a truly faithful Catholic education is one that sees the school as centered on the sacraments, particularly the Eucharist, and knows that its purpose is to lead its students to heaven, educators from Schools of Excellence on The Cardinal Newman Society’s Catholic Education Honor Roll shared in interviews.<br /> <br /> “The most important purpose of a Catholic school is to bring the stud...
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Loyola Marymount Deletes Regard for Catholic Mission From Facilities Use Policy After LGBT Conference on Campus
Following inquiries from The Cardinal Newman Society about a recent conference on campus promoting LGBT advocacy, Loyola Marymount University (LMU) in Los Angeles deleted language from its website specifying that every group which sought to hold an event at the University would need approval from the administration “to ensure [the group] supports the mission of the university.”<br /> <br /> On the weekend of January 16-17, LMU opened its faciliti...
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‘Gender-Inclusive Housing’ Pilot Program Launched at Univ. of San Francisco
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Georgetown Professors Push Abortion and Contraception as Response to Zika
Two Georgetown University law professors posted an article on a University website this week calling on the World Health Organization (WHO) to recommend birth control and abortion as means of responding to the Zika virus outbreak in South America in order to “truly respect the dignity and health of women of childbearing age.” <br /> <br /> On Georgetown University’s <a href="http://www.law.georgetown.edu/oneillinstitute/about/index.cfm">O’Neill I...
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Catholic Colleges and Schools Take Active Role in Struggle Against Pornography
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School Begun by Parents Boasts Strong Catholic Identity with All-Lay Faculty
Mount Royal Academy (MRA) in Sunapee, N.H., one of the Schools of Excellence on The Cardinal Newman Society’s Catholic Education Honor Roll, was founded in 1994 with a unique model of offering a faithful Catholic education: a laity-only staff. More than two decades later, the school is thriving and boasts a strong Catholic identity.<br /> <br /> “Catholic schools face a great crisis, in that the presence of religious orders in schools has sharply...
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La Salle Univ. Students Vote on Gender-Neutral Housing, Administration Avoids Debate
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Moral Formation, Catechesis at Center of New Teacher Formation Conference
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Newman Society President on EWTN: Catholic Schools are ‘Instrument of Evangelization’
In an <a href="https://youtu.be/YW6OUBcRr7k?t=21m41s">appearance on EWTN News Nightly</a> last night to discuss National Catholic Schools Week, Patrick Reilly, president of The Cardinal Newman Society, made it clear that Catholic schools are meant to be “an instrument of evangelization,” and their Catholic identity should be readily apparent in the classroom. <br /> <br /> “Catholic schools are intended as an instrument of evangelization. That is...
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Founded in 1993, the mission of The Cardinal Newman Society is to promote and defend faithful Catholic education.

The Society seeks to fulfill its mission in numerous ways, including supporting education that is faithful to the teaching and tradition of the Catholic Church; producing and disseminating research and publications on developments and best practices in Catholic education; and keeping Catholic leaders and families informed. 

The Society is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt, nonprofit organization supported by individuals, businesses and foundations.  Join the movement for faithful Catholic education today by making a donation or signing up for a no-cost membership.

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