Monthly Archives: August 2015

League president heralds advantages to self, society of being Catholic

There are few, if any, surprises when one reads a Bill Donohue book. The president of the Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights is a promoter of Christian living in general and the Catholic faith in particular; he defends both when they are attacked by government, media, organizations, academia and individuals. “The Catholic Advantage”…

Superintendent stresses need to create ‘K-16’ Catholic education

Detroit — A Catholic education plays a key role in forming young Catholic men and women, ensuring the continuation of the Church’s heritage and culture. This was the primary message Archdiocese of Detroit schools superintendent Brian Dougherty, Ph.D., told administrators and teachers at the second annual Archdiocese of Detroit K-12 Teacher and Administrators Conference on…