Catholic high schools aren’t just for the rich
The high cost of Catholic education leaves many in the dust. One mother argues that it will take the whole church to pick up the children who are left behind.
Last fall I found myself planting a yard sign in front of a modest house in Toledo, Ohio. I thought about the high school girl the sign was celebrating. “Home of a new NDA Eagle!” it announced.
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NEW YORK CITY -- For the past three decades, members of the Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility (ICCR, http://www.iccr.org) have worked with financial institutions to address the needs of the poor to obtain access to capital for: sustainable development, affordable housing in the U.S. and responsible lending in developing countries.
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