Catholic Schools Week

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To Our Valued Customers,

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Joellyn Cicciarelli, President/Publisher

Catholic Schools Week

January 26 through February 1, 2020, is National Catholic Schools Week, the annual celebration of Catholic education in the United States. This year’s theme is “Catholic Schools: Learn. Serve. Lead. Succeed.” 

Daily Themes for 2020

Celebrate the following daily themes:

Sunday - Celebrating Your Parish
Monday - Celebrating Your Community
Tuesday -  Celebrating Your Students
Wednesday -  Celebrating the Nation
Thursday -  Celebrating Vocations
Friday -  Celebrating Faculty, Staff and Volunteers
Saturday - Celebrating Families


Loyola Press is proud to be an integral part of Catholic education in the United States and salutes our partner, the National Catholic Educational Association, for their work.

 

Prayer Cards to Share

Share these cards with your faculty, or invite children and parents to pray this special prayer over the teachers.

Teacher Prayer Card

Tarjeta de oración para el maestro

 

Articles

Promote Catholic identity in your school community with ideas and inspiration from these articles.

10 Ways for Catholic School Teachers to Reinforce Catholic Identity Outside of Religion Class

Promoting Catholic Identity, Part 1: A Sense of Sacramentality

Promoting Catholic Identity, Part 2: A Commitment to Community

Promoting Catholic Identity, Part 3: A Respect for Human Life

Promoting Catholic Identity, Part 4: A Reverence for Scripture and Tradition

Promoting Catholic Identity, Part 5: An Attitude of Faith and Hope