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Celebrating Catholic Schools Week 2023
Catholic Schools Week is the annual celebration of Catholic education in the United States highlighting the faith, excellence and service of schools around the country and in the Archdiocese of San… Read More
Student Corner: Journalists look to St. Titus as co-patron saint
On May 15, 2022, Pope Francis canonized Blessed Titus Brandsma as a saint, and shortly after, supporters asked that he be named as a patron saint of journalists alongside St.… Read More
Celebrating Chinese New Year Traditions
Every year, the Archdiocese of San Francisco celebrates a Mass in honor of the Chinese New Year. The Cathedral of Saint Mary of the Assumption was the host location for… Read More
Good Thinking: Empathy at the heart of high school’s Design Thinking curriculum
Imagine a world where empathy was a superpower that generated creative and successful solutions to human problems. Junipero Serra High School students can not only imagine that world but are… Read More
Principals of Faith: Catholic schools invest in their own future with leadership program
This June, the first wave of locally trained and certified Catholic school principals will be prepared to start K-8 school leadership positions in the fall. These are individuals with years… Read More
The intentional classroom
‘Visible Learning’ is an intentional teaching method bringing clarity and confidence to both teachers and students
Marin Catholic stained-glass window brings campus together in prayer
Amid the hustle and bustle of high school life, there is one place on Marin Catholic High School’s campus where students can find solace — in the magnificent St. Francis… Read More
A family of vocations: Presentation Sister Mary Euphemia dies at 103
When Sister Mary Euphemia, PVBM, passed on to her eternal reward on Jan. 17, 2023, after an 85-year vocation, her death marked the end of a Catholic family dynasty of… Read More
Archbishop Cordileone blesses Half Moon Bay crime sites, reclaims them in prayer as “places of peace.”
San Francisco Archbishop Salvatore J. Cordileone traveled to Half Moon Bay on Jan. 27 to acknowledge the lives lost and families fractured in a deadly workplace shooting Jan. 23.
Setting the standard
By educating the whole child, with Jesus at the center of all we do, the students and families we serve are part of our own family of faith, where students… Read More
The soul of Catholic education
While mission and Catholic identity is the first of four domain areas in the benchmarks and standards, it is not merely one domain area among others. It serves as the… Read More

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