Catholic school

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A Catholic school is a parochial school or education ministry of the Catholic Church., the Catholic Church operates the world's largest non-governmental school system.wikipedia
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Fertility factor (demography)

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Catholic education has been identified as a positive fertility factor; Catholic education at college level and, to lesser degree, at secondary school level is associated with a higher number of children, even when accounting for the confounding effect that higher religiosity leads to a higher probability of attending religious education.
Catholic education at the university level and the secondary school level is associated with higher fertility, even when accounting for the confounding effect that higher religiosity leads to a higher probability of attending a religiously affiliated school.

Parochial school

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A Catholic school is a parochial school or education ministry of the Catholic Church.
Voluntary aided schools such as Church of England and Catholic schools are permitted to discriminate against teachers on the grounds of their religious opinions, attendance at worship and willingness to provide religious education.

St Aloysius' College, Glasgow

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A select few, most notably St Aloysius' College and Kilgraston School, remain independent.
Its strong Jesuit ethos emphasises practice of the Roman Catholic faith both in the church and in the community, with many charitable and community-based groups in the school although there are no Jesuits now in the school.

State-integrated school

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Currently, Catholic schools in New Zealand are termed 'state-integrated schools' for funding purposes, meaning that teachers' salaries, learning materials, and operations of the school (e.g. power and gas) are publicly funded, but the school property is not.
State-integrated schools were established by the Third Labour Government in the early 1970s as a response to the near-collapse of the country's then private Catholic school system, which had run into financial difficulties.

Waldron Mercy Academy

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In 2015, it was reported that the school's long-serving director of religious education, Margie Winters, had been fired from the Waldron Mercy Academy after a parent had reported her directly to the Archdiocese of Philadelphia for marrying her long-term lesbian partner in a civil ceremony in 2007.
Waldron Mercy Academy is a K-8 Catholic private elementary school, sponsored by the Sisters of Mercy and located in the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Philadelphia, located in Merion Station, Pennsylvania, USA.

Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Philadelphia

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In 2015, it was reported that the school's long-serving director of religious education, Margie Winters, had been fired from the Waldron Mercy Academy after a parent had reported her directly to the Archdiocese of Philadelphia for marrying her long-term lesbian partner in a civil ceremony in 2007.
The first Catholic school established in the Archdiocese of Philadelphia was at St. Mary Parish in Philadelphia during the late eighteenth century.

Catholic school uniform

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North America

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The Irish immigration established the revival of Catholicism through movement to countries across North America, Europe, United Kingdom and Australia.

Europe

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The Irish immigration established the revival of Catholicism through movement to countries across North America, Europe, United Kingdom and Australia.

United Kingdom

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The Irish immigration established the revival of Catholicism through movement to countries across North America, Europe, United Kingdom and Australia.

Australia

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The Irish immigration established the revival of Catholicism through movement to countries across North America, Europe, United Kingdom and Australia.

Church of England

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Historically, the establishment of Catholic schools in Europe encountered various struggles following the creation of the Church of England in the Elizabethan Religious settlements of 1558-63.

Religious education

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The religious education as a core subject is a vital element of the curriculum where individuals are to develop themselves: “intellectually, physically, socially, emotionally and of course, spiritually.” The education also involves: “the distinct but complementary aspect of the school's religious dimension of liturgical and prayer life of the school community.” In Catholic schools, teachers teach a Religious Education Program provided by the Bishop.

Brother (Christian)

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In 1988, all Catholic religious brothers older than 55 were asked to retire with immediate effect, creating vacancies for lay teachers to take over.

Islam

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With Islam being the state religion, compulsory or elective Bible lessons today are limited only to those of the Catholic faith.

State religion

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With Islam being the state religion, compulsory or elective Bible lessons today are limited only to those of the Catholic faith.

Sisters of the Infant Jesus

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Today, there are 68 Sisters of the Infant Jesus,11 Parish Convents and 46 La Salle Brothers schools in the country.

De La Salle Brothers

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Today, there are 68 Sisters of the Infant Jesus,11 Parish Convents and 46 La Salle Brothers schools in the country.

Pakistan

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The Catholic Church in Pakistan is active in education, managing leading schools in addition to its spiritual work.

Catholic Board of Education, Pakistan

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The Catholic Board of Education is the arm of the Catholic Church in Pakistan, responsible for education.

Government of Pakistan

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The Government of Pakistan nationalised most church schools and colleges in Punjab and Sindh in 1972.

Punjab, Pakistan

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The Government of Pakistan nationalised most church schools and colleges in Punjab and Sindh in 1972.

Sindh

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The Government of Pakistan nationalised most church schools and colleges in Punjab and Sindh in 1972.