Dublin Archbishop Dermot Ferrell says people are making the mistake of “thinking that most parents are less interested in a school of Catholic ethics.” We must not back down from our morals. We must put ourselves in the public square. If the Catholic school is to carry out its mission properly, it cannot retreat from what it considers a safe place. A Catholic school that isolates itself becomes self-centered and self-referential.
Those in charge of such schools “now need to seriously consider what we are doing, how we do it, and how we can allow these schools to continue to reflect Catholic ethics for these families.” Prepare those who want to enroll their children. ” Said.
“APTCS is ethical. The reason we are deeply involved in Catholic schools is to provide parents who want to send their children to Catholic schools. Such education is just points. Or can’t focus on academic subjects. We are not naked minds. School is not a laboratory for facts. Spiritual and moral formation is also necessary.
The Catholic school has a mission, but we will focus on Pope Francis ‘observation that’ many religious institutions at every level have been swallowed up by the obsession of promoting themselves and their initiatives, as if that was the goal and their mission. The goal of ‘.
“Thanks to the women and men of the religious parties who, at the invitation of the local bishop, set up post-primary schools to educate and build the faith of the children of the local parish,” he said.
He was “especially concerned about providing for the most disadvantaged people in the community, especially the poor in the parish. In particular, I would like to thank those who started this project and those who helped it.” Delivered to completion.
“As a group of patrons and trustees, we have a great responsibility and obligation to be faithful to the founding intentions of the men and women who initiated this work,” he said.
“Priests and clergy who built, maintained and served Catholic schools from generation to generation. We stand on their shoulders today. As men and women, we believe that God has chosen us, and Those who work daily in Catholic schools across the country will serve at this time.