Students who attend Catholic schools are prepared to become obedient disciples of Christ. Through a combination of religious and academic instruction that is grounded in the teachings of Jesus Christ, a Catholic education strives to foster growth in the student on all levels of their being: spirit, mind, and body.
The origin of the term ″synod″ may be traced back to the Greek word synodos, which means ″an assembly.″ In the Catholic Church, synods typically consist of a gathering of bishops. These bishops convene in order to provide assistance to the Holy Father in addressing the requirements of the Church. In the Christian church, a […]
The Latin Vulgate Bible is the only version of the Bible that a Catholic is expected to correctly utilize. That book is recognized as the canonical version of the Bible by the Catholic Church. That is the one that is utilized in the masses presided over by the Pope. The first new Catholic Bible to […]