Evangelization and Catechesis
Catholic Biblical School
Wednesday, November 1, 2017, is All Saints Day, also known as the Feast of All Saints. On this day, Catholics honor the saints who have been recognized by the Church as well as all of the faithful wh
The schools in the Archdiocese of Hartford teach more than academics; our curriculum educates the mind, body, and soul. So, how can we keep our young learners’ spiritual growth and connection to the c
On June 4, we celebrated the moveable feast of Ascension Day. Now, 10 days later, we celebrate Pentecost, which is also a moveable feast...
On the 40th day after Easter Sunday, Jesus appeared to his disciples, ascended into Heaven and was seated at the right hand of God. The day commemorating this miracle is called Ascension Day, or Holy
Easter is here, so we’ve put together a bunch of activities that you can do with children of any age to celebrate the holiday.
On March 1, we’ll come together in observance of Ash Wednesday, the first day of Lent. The following 40 days, not counting Sundays, will represent the time Jesus spent in the wilderness, resisting te
Let’s make 2017 the year we all reconnect to our faith on a daily basis. How do we do this in the midst of our nonstop lives? Here are some ideas.
These are troubling times with all the violence and ugliness happening all over the world. Children, who are often more observant than we give them credit for, are going to look to you for assurance a
Our academic curriculum is rooted in the notion that lifelong learning advances the development of the whole person, and our Religion classes within the school day serve as additional guidance in fait
It is never too early to start your child on the path of Catholic learning, and one great way to introduce him or her to the faith is through picture books.
The schools in the Archdiocese of Hartford foster a culture of educational excellence through critical thinking skills, innovative & rigorous curriculum standards, a global perspective – focusing on m
Pope Francis values education...In 2014, the Pope expressed his firm belief that parents should have the right to choose a “moral and religious education” for their children.
When you make the decision to send your child to a Catholic elementary school, you are setting him or her upon a journey of superior lifelong learning, both academic and spiritual.
In today’s ever-changing society, it is our duty as parents and educators to prepare our children to face the unique moral challenges they will come upon in life. It is also up to us to educate the wh
What really makes a Catholic school stand out is that Catholic culture is integrated throughout every aspect of the program, designed to educate your child’s mind, body and soul.
What better way to see why Catholic school is an excellent choice for your child than by hearing from actual parents of Catholic school students and former students, themselves!
Catholic schools integrate rigorous academic curriculum with the teachings of Catholic tradition, providing a superior, well-rounded educational experience.
Public schools are federal institutions with a standard hierarchy. Individual school principals report to the superintendent and the district office.
The Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of Hartford believe in educating the whole person — mind, body, and soul.
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