As Catholic Schools Week begins this weekend, let us reflect on the annual celebration of Catholic education and its contribution to our community and the nation. The first Catholic Schools Week was instituted by the National Catholic Education Association in 1974. The NCEA and Catholic Conference of U.S. Bishops continue to share the good news that our students live Gospel values and thrive academically. For more than three decades, the nation’s Catholic schools have spent the last week of January recalling what makes Catholic education special. In my opinion, it is our community, not the institution that makes our school Catholic. Our teachers, students and parents are what make us unique and allow us to come together in community and share our lives.
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Visitation staff and students come together (virtually) for this fun film project.