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CHOOSING A CATHOLIC SCHOOL Parents face a daunting task in choosing an authentic Catholic school for their children, but the Newman Society’s Dan Guernsey and Denise Donohue lay out some principles to make it easy. CLICK
JOB-SEEKERS REJOICE! The Cardinal Newman Society has just launched a new initiative to help those seeking jobs in Catholic education. CLICK
GEORGETOWN FORSAKES CHASTITY Rather than considering students’ common good, Veronica Arntz writes, Georgetown University appears to be endorsing secular ideologies with its new housing policies. CLICK
THE NEW TAX ACT IS A GIFT Robert J. Falcon explains how Catholic K-12 education will be accessible to more students thanks to the new Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. CLICK
INTEGRATING FAITH AND LIFE R. Jared Staudt writes in honor of Don Briel, founder of the nation’s first Catholic Studies program. CLICK
TOLKIEN AND LEWIS ESSAY CONTEST Joseph Pearce invites all high school students interested in the works of J.R.R. Tolkien and C.S. Lewis to submit an essay to this year’s contest. CLICK
A CULTURE OF CARING A small network of Chicago-area grammar and high schools strives for excellence in mind and in soul, Matthew Matuszak reports. CLICK
CATCHING FLIES WITH ST. JOHN BOSCO Sean Fitzpatrick says the Salesian method fosters the proper balance between authority and permissiveness, blending freedom with responsibility. CLICK
REPORT CARD This week in Matt Archbold's column: Pope Francis calls ecclesial universities to "missionary identity;" Notre Dame defends contraception; Sisters rescind honorary degree. CLICK
ESSAY CONTEST You can win $5,000 toward tuition at a Newman Guide college or university. The contest is open exclusively to high school seniors who have signed up for the Newman Society's “Recruit Me” program. CLICK
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