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Role of Parents in their children's education

Go therefore... Teach!  Matthew 28:19-20 



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 Religious Education

                          Mission Statement

There was a time when good Catholic religious education classes were readily available to Catholic families throughout our land. These programs were the hope of our Church and of the faithful, and the future of the Church was secure with this continuing instruction of our children in the Truths of our ancient Faith. Unfortunately, that day has passed, and many Catholics are greatly distressed about the lack of concern for Catholic doctrine in our religious education programs. For many years Catholic authors have not written Catholic textbooks. Parents are alarmed to hear their children quoting heresy or half-truths, being taught by Modernists who present their own interpretation of the Catholic Faith.

In response to this dilemma, a group of concerned Catholic educators have come together to voice their growing opposition to this trend and to establish a program for the welfare of the children and the Church. Each of these persons has his own area of expertise in the educational environment and each is a devoted Catholic whose beliefs are based on the Faith as taught by the Magisterium of the Church. We established Community of Hope, Incorporated in 2000, a nonprofit corporation, governed by a board of directors who are faithful to the teachings of the Church and whose primary concern is for the souls and minds of the students. The school and the governing body look to the Mother of God for guidance in leading students to God the Father through His Son, our Lord Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit.

Thus, Community of Hope, Inc will offer all enrolled students a sound, well-rounded Catholic education, which will provide a thorough preparation for further academic growth and development.