Leadership as Conversion to God’s Will

Tertium Quid – Vol. 4, Issue 1 – By: Patrick O’Meara and Patrick J. McCloskey – March 31, 2014 (printable version) An Interview with Mike Dewan, President Emeritus of the St. Catherine of Siena Academy Foundation, Wixom, MI In 2010, the impossible happened. St. Catherine of Siena Academy, an all-girls Catholic high school, opened in […]

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Strengthening Our Schools in Their Catholic Identity and Financial Resources

Tertium Quid – Vol. 3, Issue 5 – By Archbishop Allen H. Vigneron – July 24, 2013 The following was presented by Archbishop Allen Vigneron on February 8, 2012 as the keynote address at the O’Meara Ferguson symposium, “Catholic Education: Sustaining the Mission” … Indeed, Catholic schools are uniquely suited to advancing the evangelizing mission […]

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Benchmarks of Success for Catholic Schools

Tertium Quid – Vol. 3, Issue 5 – By Archbishop Allen H. Vigneron – July 24, 2013 The following was presented by Archbishop Allen Vigneron on February 8, 2012 as the keynote address at the O’Meara Ferguson symposium, “Catholic Education: Sustaining the Mission” … Now that we have the mission of our schools pretty well […]

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Catholic School Educators Must Do More than Just “Talk the Talk”

Tertium Quid – Vol. 3, Issue 5 – By Archbishop Allen H. Vigneron – July 24, 2013 The following was presented by Archbishop Allen Vigneron on February 8, 2012 as the keynote address at the O’Meara Ferguson symposium, “Catholic Education: Sustaining the Mission” … One way of talking about the mission of our schools is […]

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The Mission of Catholic Schools Is To Share Christ with Our Children

Tertium Quid – Vol. 3, Issue 5 – By Archbishop Allen H. Vigneron – July 24, 2013 The following was presented by Archbishop Allen Vigneron on February 8, 2012 as the keynote address at the O’Meara Ferguson symposium, “Catholic Education: Sustaining the Mission” … Yet it is the case for every institution, just as it […]

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Our Catholic Schools Are About Evangelization

Tertium Quid – Vol. 3, Issue 5 – By Archbishop Allen H. Vigneron – July 24, 2013 The following was presented by Archbishop Allen Vigneron on February 8, 2012 as the keynote address at the O’Meara Ferguson symposium, “Catholic Education: Sustaining the Mission” … To talk about the practical urgency for Catholic schools is to […]

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Catholic Schools Shine the Light of Jesus Christ on a World That Waits In Darkness

Tertium Quid – Vol. 3, Issue 5 – By Archbishop Allen H. Vigneron – July 24, 2013 The following was presented by Archbishop Allen Vigneron on February 8, 2012 as the keynote address at the O’Meara Ferguson symposium, “Catholic Education: Sustaining the Mission” … The Church has the supreme privilege of continuing this mission of […]

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The Nature and Identity of Catholic Education

Tertium Quid – Vol. 3, Issue 5 – By Archbishop Allen H. Vigneron – July 24, 2013 The following was presented by Archbishop Allen Vigneron on February 8, 2012 as the keynote address at the O’Meara Ferguson symposium, “Catholic Education: Sustaining the Mission” I would like to say, first of all, that I count it […]

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(podcast) I Thirst

Near the crucifix in the chapel of each of the convents of the Missionaries of Charity is a framed parchment bearing the words, “I Thirst.” Blessed Teresa of Calcutta had a great devotion to this phrase, one of the last words of Our Lord upon the cross. In this podcast O’Meara Ferguson president and founder […]

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Good Steward Newsletter – February 2012

Revitalizing Catholic Schools Next week (February 8-10), O’Meara, Ferguson, Whelan, and Conway, Inc. will host a symposium in San Antonio, Texas, on the topic, “Determining Actionable Solutions for Catholic Education.” At the O’Meara Ferguson symposium, participants will discuss how integrating finance, development, planning, and operations can help revitalize Catholic schools. The phrase “actionable solutions” reflects […]

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