I always get shocked looks and prying questions when someone finds out that I attended an all-girls Catholic high school
On May 9, 1980, the movie 'Friday the 13th' was released. I was 15-years-old, and you had to be 17 to get into an R-rated film.
"A person who has autism has a brain that works differently [from] a typical brain. Neither is better -- they are just different."
When Michael Guerra saw that a public school education wasn't a good fit for his young daughter, he began looking for an
If politics make strange bedfellows, as the saying goes, then school politics just make fellows strange. Here are some real
The school argued that as a Catholic institution, it had an obligation for all staff to model the values of the church.
"We have this sacred space available for you if you want it."
Francis evoked the spirit of Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. in his address.
Hot Topic in Philly: Will the Visiting Pope Back the Archbishop or the Married Gay Teacher Who Has Been Fired?
In the past couple of weeks the hot topic in downtown Philly has shifted. Most now are not asking for tips on how to leave our apartments and get to our jobs when Pope Francis visits from September 22nd to 25th for the World Meeting of Families -- along with an expected 1.5 million people.
San Francisco Catholic School Teachers Rally Against Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone's 'Morality Clauses'
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Teachers from four San Francisco Catholic high schools on Wednesday rejected the archbishop's latest
Younger Catholics are especially likely to favor legalizing same-sex marriage. A Pew Research Center study found that three
A Facebook group set up to support McCubbin on April 7, called "Dowling Catholic Alumni, Faculty, and Students Against Discrimination
Senior TaNaa’ Davis said McClure encourages community service from the first time she addresses students after they arrive
There is a certain voicelessness that I associate with my experience in Catholicism--sure, I can talk about gay rights, premarital sex or saving the environment, but I am often met with a dismissive response or the assumption that I'm going through a progressive phase.