If everyone in the Catholic community gave the price of a latte a week, we'd have no financial crisis in Catholic schools ... So, if we know that this is the way to have a future for our church of articulate, faith-filled adults, why aren't we doing it? It just seems like a no-brainer.
We have to say as a Catholic community, this is just like Catholic Charities. This is our mission ... The church needs to look at this and say, 'These are our children.'
- Sister Mary Paul McCaughey, O.P.
Sister McCaughey is the new superintendent of Catholic schools for the Archdiocese of Chicago. She's been on the job since last July.
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