“I have seen the unity of Truth that underlies our teaching.” – a conference participant
“This conference has helped me put my heart in the right place before I begin planning for the new year.” – conference participant

​ There has been a good bit of attention paid to the enthusiastic gathering of like-minded people in Philadelphia this summer. No, I do not speak of the DNC Convention, but of an event that happened one week prior: the Fourth Annual Catholic Classical Schools Conference.

This year’s Conference opened on a hot and humid July day in Philadelphia, PA. We gathered, providentially, at Neumann University, named for St. John Neumann, bishop of Philadelphia and the founder of the first diocesan Catholic school system in America. Under his watch, the diocesan school system grew from 2 schools to 100. The recent years of crisis for Catholic education have found us, in many ways, returning in spirit and practice to the early days of Catholic education in America.

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