Catholic education is one of the great instruments of the New Evangelization, Archbishop Michael Miller of Vancouver said in a series of lectures on Catholic identity in education, according to the Diocese of Nashville.
The New Evangelization trains and forms men and women, and schools are the place to do that, said Archbishop Miller, who before being appointed to the post in Vancouver served as secretary of the Congregation for Catholic Education in the Vatican. Before that he had served as president of the University of St. Thomas in Houston.
Archbishop Miller was in Nashville earlier this month to give two talks. The first, “Education from the Heart of the Church,” was given as part of the Aquinas College Lecture Series. His second talk, “Teaching from the Heart of the Church: The Dignity and Vocation of the Catholic High School Educator,” was the keynote address for the Integrating Catholic…
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