- Jan 29, 2020
On Thursday, Pope Francis may just have unveiled a strategy for addressing an imbalance in the Church’s failures and successes in regards to children, getting it back on offense after decades of being on the defensive.
A Ghanaian government official used a Catholic girls’ school celebration to emphasize the need to educate girls as well as boys.
Pope Francis is inviting world leaders and young people to come together to the Vatican on May 14, 2020, to a an event called “Reinventing the Global Educational Alliance.”
A bishop in the Philippines is calling for a ban on homework on the weekends, saying children deserve more quality time with the families.
With several ex-presidents in jail and a history of decades of corruption plaguing the highest ranks of their government, the Peruvian Catholic bishops have decided to fight back at the grassroots, establishing a university course to educate students on the causes of corruption, and how to stop it.
Although it may seem far-fetched for the westerner, but in Africa, there are children who can’t go to school for only one reason: Hunger.