Sticking it out: Families speak up on why Catholic schools are worth saving

Vol. 5 | No. 23 | September 4-11, 2020

Thousands of Catholic school students in the Archdiocese of Los Angeles are starting the most precarious school year in recent memory amid the coronavirus pandemic. In this issue, Tom Hoffarth reports on why parents are sticking to a Catholic school education despite the sacrifices, and Sophia Martinson takes a look at how schools are getting creative with religion class and faith formation through distance learning.

Recent Issues

Start your day with Always Forward!

A daily email newsletter to help you better understand the Church and the world.