"On May 15, the Archdiocese of St. Louis announced it would be closing three Catholic elementary schools because of “financial losses from the coronavirus pandemic.” Catholic schools in Houston, …More
"On May 15, the Archdiocese of St. Louis announced it would be closing three Catholic elementary schools because of “financial losses from the coronavirus pandemic.” Catholic schools in Houston, Texas, Camden, New Jersey, and Fall River, Massachusetts, are closing as well, for similar reasons. Even Catholic schools that began the year in the black are at risk, with out-of-work families unable to pay tuition and parishes facing their own financial crisis, after being shut for two months with no weekly collections. The pandemic’s economic crisis is now an education crisis, threatening the educational futures of millions of schoolchildren and the survival of Catholic schools."
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COVID-19 Relief and Saving Catholic Schools

The COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent lockdown have significantly disrupted the education of every schoolchild in America. Students, families, and …
Our Lady of Sorrows
What is Contact tracing? And how your cellphone might be watching you already
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Jim Dorchak
What do you call an Uneducated cATHOLIC? A protestant.
Sometimes we call them bISHOP...
and once every 1,000 years we call them Pope.
Jim Dorchak
Maybe we should close the Archdiocese of St Louis due to financial mismanagement and the NON ESSENTIAL nature of the catholic church in St Louis?