Who Will Save America’s Catholic Schools?
A threatened legacy
“It has been a somewhat somber Catholic Schools Week for me, since in the Archdiocese of New York we recently announced that 24 of our schools will be closing at the end of this academic year,” writes Cardinal Timothy M. Dolan in a guest editorial in the Wall Street Journal. Annually, “dioceses across the country celebrate the great gifts that are our Catholic schools.” But in New York City, according to the National Catholic Education Association, the closings will join a national trend that has seen Catholic-school enrollment in the U.S. decline by 23.4 percent since 2000, a loss of 621,583 students.
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