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Paideia for Preachers: An Introduction

Peter Kreeft’s brilliant book The Best Things in Life imagines what would happen if Socrates were to visit a modern university campus. This short...

St. Joseph of Cupertino, Neurodivergence, and Fully Inclusive Education

Seventeen years ago, while applying to seminary, beginning a family, and bouncing between a series of Starbucks I had helped to launch in the...

Scholastic Ecumenism

In today’s world, all Anglican and Episcopal primary and secondary schools must negotiate the inclines, dips, and turns of multilane academic highways. Families have...

Liberal Catholicism and Religious Education: The Ministry of Adelaide Teague Case

By Brandt L. Montgomery The dedication of Solomon’s temple in 1 Kings chapter 8 was a day of great rejoicing for Israel. The temple was...

Christian Education as Conversion

There is an evangelical basis for Christian education, as a lively pursuit of God himself: faith (and hope and love) seeking understanding, with an emphasis on the means of grace as God’s instruments of formation. In other words, we are called to continual conversion.

“In Him All Things Hold Together”: A Theological Meditation for Aspiring Christian Universities

The call to realize our identity as a Christian university is a great challenge, but it is also liberating, because it means that we don’t need to compete with the publicly-funded, provincial universities. This is good news, because we simply do not have the economic, infrastructural, and even personal resources to do the public research university thing better than they do it. But ... in the person of Christ and in the powerful presence of the Spirit who leads God’s people into all truth, we do have the potential to become something that public, secular universities cannot be:  a university in the true sense of the word, united in the uni veritas, the one or whole truth that holds together in the living Christ.

Muhlenberg and Catholic Education

William Augustus Muhlenberg (1796-1877) was the father of the church school movement in the United States.

Beauvoir Calls New Chaplain

Beauvoir, the National Cathedral Elementary School, has called the Rev. Lisa Barrowclough as its new chaplain.

Exploring the Essentials

Matt Holcombe: “If we look at the ministry of Jesus, there were always new practices that Jesus was inviting the disciples into.”

Episcopal Schools’ Strategic Plan

Daniel Heischman of the National Association of Episcopal Schools: “This plan is the result of a truly concerted effort between the NAES board, staff, and our membership.”


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