Posts Tagged ‘@eagnews.org’

POPE: Parents should assert proper role as educators, not yield to ‘experts’

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MANASSAS, Va. – Pope Francis yesterday made a forceful plea for parents to reassert their role as primary educators of their children, an argument that has great significance for Catholic schools and homeschooling families and puts education in the spotlight as the Church prepares for the World Meeting of Families in September in Philadelphia and the Synod on the Family in October in Rome.
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Report: Liberals dominate commencement speeches by 9-1 margin

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RESTON, Va. – Students attending a commencement address at one of the country’s top 50 schools are nine times more likely to hear from a liberal speaker than a conservative according to a new study issued by the non-profit Young America’s Foundation (YAF).
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Catholic universities hold gender-inclusive ‘lavender’ graduations

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MANASSAS, Va. – “Lavender graduations” and celebrations—commencement-related events intended exclusively for homosexual students and their “allies”—continued this year on Catholic campuses, despite confusing students about Catholic teaching and acceptance of homosexual behavior.
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Local union leaves Michigan Education Association

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CADILLAC, Mich. – Clerical workers and classroom assistants at an intermediate school district headquartered in Cadillac have voted to decertify the Michigan Education Association local as their exclusive bargaining unit.
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