The AD Times, Thursday, October 6, 2005
Article by Tami A. Quigley (with photos) on the 2005 Ruggerio Lecture held on Sept. 12, features highlights from talk by Michael J. Guerra, U.N. Delegate in the International Office of Catholic Education and former president of the National Catholic Educational Association. Formerly the St. Leonie Aviat Lecture on Catholic Education, the series was renamed the Anthony Ruggerio Lecture on Catholic Education in 2005, to reflect the endowment provided by the Ruggerio family of Bethlehem. In his talk, Guerra cited several challenges that Catholic schools must conquer and stressed the importance of authenticity, reaching out to Latinos, developing and maintaining a strong sense of community, and the importance of parish catechetical programs, among others.
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