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Catholic colleges practice and keep learning about interfaith efforts
February 3, 2016

Many Catholic colleges seem to value interfaith work and are willing to keep learning how to do this more successfully.

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Catholic college leaders urged to promote school charisms
February 3, 2016

The best way for Catholic colleges to move forward is to look back, said speakers at the annual meeting of the Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities.

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Students celebrate Catholic education
Students celebrate Catholic education
February 1, 2016

Catholic-school students around the Diocese of Rochester are celebrating Catholic education during a special week dedicated to Catholic schools.

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Recognizing for February
February 1, 2016

Students at St. Mary School in Canandaigua participated in a National Geographic Bee school-level competition on Jan. 8. 

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Catholic schools are vital part of church's mission, archbishop says
January 29, 2016

National Catholic Schools Week 2016 will be celebrated across the United States Jan. 31- Feb. 6 with the theme "Catholic Schools: Communities of Faith, Knowledge and Service."

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Priests find comfort that in studying the universe, they come closer to God
January 29, 2016

For a long time, Father Timothy Martinez felt alone.

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Heavenly mysteries: Questions of faith, science intersect at astronomy workshop
January 28, 2016

Every time Jesuit Brother Guy Consolmagno looks through a telescope at a deep sky object or examines a piece of a 4-billion-year-old meteorite that found its way to Earth, he says he's exploring a mystery that spans both science and faith.

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With new initiative, Knights aim to work more closely with parishes
With new initiative, Knights aim to work more closely with parishes
January 20, 2016

The Knights of Columbus has announced an initiative designed to bring the Knights into closer cooperation with parishes.

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