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DIA stands alone in the area of intentionally Catholic leadership, ministry and teaching in schools today. Our goal is to help infuse the faith in all areas of the school, not just during All School Mass or Religion class. DIA is answering the call of the New Evangelization that St. John Paul the Great popularized during his papacy; the endgame is the growth and support of faith-focused Catholic education, a reawakening to the truth, beauty, and goodness of the Catholic Church, and the transformation of the culture of our society.

Duc In Altum Schools Collaborative provides a network for school leaders working to “go deeper” in evangelization of their community. DIA connects like-minded teachers, campus ministers and school administrators through professional development events such as our annual Schools Summit, on webinars, or at gatherings during NCEA’s annual convention or the Napa Institute; provides group buying power of products and services; offers consulting on leadership and faith infusion in Catholic schools, community system development, school culture, faculty formation; posts open positions on a jobs board; among other things. The activities will continue to grow as membership needs are defined.

DIA membership is for the institution, whether that’s a school, diocese, or partner business. Three leaders from the organization can participate in the Google Group listserv, and discounts for products or events apply to individuals from that organization.

DIA is incorporated as a non-profit religious corporation in California. Our team members work remotely, across the United States.