DIA SchoolsTHE CENACLE
MARCH 3, 2021 ISSUE
FEAST OF ST. KATHERINE DREXEL
Feast of Saint Katherine DrexelMarch 3, 2021 Dear Collaborators, I wrote the last welcome letter to The Cenacle with Advent underway and a brief reflection on my oldest child’s eagerness to begin lighting our family’s Advent wreath. Well, here we are in the...
Twice a year, the Board members of DIA convene a Founders’ Forum in which confidential and challenging issues facing our Catholic schools are discussed. The second ever Forum was held Friday morning, February 26.
How did the Archdiocese of Omaha stop 17 years of enrollment decline at its Catholic schools? Learn how the Steier Group and the Archdiocese worked together to quash the “hospice mentality” and grew their schools.
From Father Paul Kostka, DIA Chaplain
Saint Dominic Academy in Lewiston and Auburn, Maine is a Catholic college-preparatory Pre-K through 12th grade school.
The pioneers of the DIA Fellowships are a diverse group of Catholic school administrators, teachers and campus ministers. Already it’s clear they are developing programming that will impact the success of Catholic schools across the country!
Mark your calendar! DIA is involved with upcoming events and our members benefit from newly formed partnerships.
DIA Executive Director, Kyle M. Pietrantonio, invites us all to look at the new year with hope and to support one another as we cope with secular distractions. We’re here to support you in this essential vocation of serving the next generation in our Catholic schools
Angie Jakubik, Ursuline Academy of Dallas Theology Department Chair, recounts her experience at the DIA School Virtual Summit. She’s excited to share the Summit experience – the 2020 virtual content as well as next year’s conference in Nashville – with other Ursuline staff and faculty because the keynote addresses and workshops help all teaching and ministry to be more fruitful.
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