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"Go to the Margins": Fr. Greg Boyle, SJ, Visits ACE

Theresa Steinmeyer on Thursday, 19 July 2018.

Fr. Greg Boyle Alliance for Catholic Education Notre Dame

“It is a lie, when we talk of a God that doesn’t comfort us,” Fr. Greg Boyle, SJ, told the ACE community last week. “And so we go to the margins, and we imagine a circle of compassion, and we imagine nobody’s standing outside that circle.”

Michael Debri Honored with Michael Pressley Award for Excellence in Catholic Education

Audrey Scott on Friday, 13 July 2018.

Michael Debri Pressley Award

Do you have what it takes to be a saint?

At All Saints Academy in Grand Rapids, Michigan, Principal Michael Debri is heading up a vital mission to make sure his students do.

The Most Rev. Gerald Kicanas, to speak at ACE Commencement ceremony

Theo Helm on Thursday, 12 July 2018.

Most Rev. Gerald Kicanas ACE Commencement

The Most Rev. Gerald F. Kicanas, bishop emeritus of the Diocese of Tucson and chair of the board of directors of the National Catholic Educational Association, will serve as the keynote speaker at the 2018 Commencement Ceremony of the University of Notre Dame’s Alliance for Catholic Education (ACE) on Saturday (July 14).

Rodney Pierre-Antoine Appointed Executive Director of Lumen Christi Academies

on Wednesday, 23 May 2018.

OAKLAND – Bishop Michael C. Barber, SJ, has appointed Rodney Pierre-Antoine as the founding executive director of the new Lumen Christi Academies, a network of seven elementary schools within the Diocese of Oakland. Pierre-Antoine will begin his work in leading the new network May 14, 2018.

The Courage to Fight the Fight on a Daily Basis

on Wednesday, 23 May 2018.

by: David Sorkin

David Sorkin Courage

I was watching an episode of the Big Bang Theory the other day. I’m not sure if you’ve ever watched that show or other shows by Chuck Lorre, but one screen always has something random on it at the end of the credits. Sometimes it’s related to current events, sometimes it’s about the episode and its founding in a real-life event, and sometimes it’s just nonsensical. For whatever reason, I actually paid attention to that screen when I was watching the last episode. All that was written was, “I don’t know what my expectations are until they’re not met.” This quote struck a nerve with me as I think about this recent Easter season and courage.