What is the role of Catholic schools within society, and how are we, as Catholics, called to support them?
Catholic mission schools leverage unique strategies to meet the distinct needs of their students — the majority of whom come from diverse racial or ethnic backgrounds and/or families experiencing extreme financial hardship. Often, mission schools here in the Twin Cities and across the country cannot operate on tuition revenue alone so rely on support from the Church and the community.
Join us for a free event. Registration is required.
Education for Equity: What role do Catholic mission schools play in creating a more equitable society?
THU. NOV. 18. 2021 | 6:00–8:30 PM
St. Catherine University, Rauenhorst Ballroom or via livestream
Vice President of Advancement and Operations
Aim Higher Foundation
Fr. Christopher Collins, SJ
Vice President for Mission
University of St. Thomas
Associate Director of Catholic Schools: Drexel Mission Schools Initiative
Archdiocese of Saint Paul and Minneapolis
Elizabeth Goettl, M.Ed.
President & CEO
Cristo Rey Network
Elias J. Moo
Superintendent of Catholic Schools
Archdiocese of Denver