Magazine article Momentum

Many Are the Gifts, Many the Works

Magazine article Momentum

Many Are the Gifts, Many the Works

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In 1970, the first issue of Momentum launched with the intent of motivating Catholic educators and advocates. With article titles such as "The Global Dimension of Education,""How to Keep a 'Closed' School Open," and "Putting Charity in Tuition Aid," the discussion around Catholic education was much the same as it is today. In his first letter to Momentum readers, C. Albert Koob, O.Praem, president of NCEA at the time, listed three priorities: 1 - the need to offer total education plans so that existing schools may be used to better advantage, 2 - a commitment to offering in-service training programs and 3 - an understanding of social issues by examining and embracing varying cultures. Upon reflection, these priorities still stand true today. NCEA is reaffirming these priorities through our new mission themes: Lead, Learn, Proclaim.

This new issue of Momentum is inspired by our commitment to serving and staying accountable to our members.

We reached out to today's thought leaders in Catholic education to help bring you content that is relevant, pertinent and practical. What emerged is a plethora of stories and features reflecting the many gifts and works that are exclusive to Catholic education. …

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