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Renewing Catholic education conference

The seventh annual national conference, hosted by the Institute for Catholic Liberal Education and The Catholic University of America in Washington, will be held July 22-25 at Catholic U., 620 Michigan Ave., N.E.

The event draws Catholic educators, including superintendents, school leaders, teachers and clergy, from across the U.S. and abroad. The theme for this year’s conference is “Freedom in Christ.”

“The excitement building around authentic renewal of our Catholic schools is such a joy to see,” said Michael Van Hecke, founder and president of ICLE. “We are so pleased to bring all these passionate and committed educators together at CUA.”

Speakers at the conference include Mary Rice Hasson, director of the Catholic Women’s Forum; Father Frank Brawner, pastor of St. Agatha Academy in Winchester, Ky., and ICLE chaplain; Gregory Roper, associate professor of English at the University of Dallas; and Andrew Seeley, director of advanced formation at ICLE.


Find out more

Call 844/425-3832 or go to catholicliberaleducation.org.

© Arlington Catholic Herald 2019