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Catholic Schools: Communities of Faith, Knowledge and Service

The logo and tagline for National Catholic Schools Week Jan. 25-31 are the same as last year, but the message is as vibrant as ever: Catholic schools build communities on the faith, knowledge and service of students, teachers, staff, parents and parishes.

The Catholic Voice’s focus on education in the Archdiocese of Omaha’s 70 Catholic schools recognizes the creativity, dedication and strong faith of people who populate them.

» An update on the archdiocese’s $2.6 million print, television, radio and social media marketing campaign for Catholic schools, which began in December and will pick up speed in February.

» Details of Archbishop George J. Lucas’ efforts as chairman of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops’ Committee on Catholic Education to stress the role of schools in the church’s new evangelization.

» A story about the Catholic Schools Office hiring a coordinator for Latino School Enrollment as it reaches out to a growing Hispanic population in the archdiocese.  

» A close look at an increasingly popular and creative approach to education that uses hands-on projects to combine the disciplines of science, technology, engineering, the arts, religion and math

» An article detailing the latest developments in the archdiocese’s School of Faith program for teachers

» A story about after-school faith programs for students.

» A review of the role of sports in building faith and community.

» An article recognizing the importance of family volunteers to thriving schools.

» A look at two of the many celebrations of Catholic Schools Week in the archdiocese and some key facts about local Catholic schools.

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