IRELAND: DUBLIN, CARD. BRADY OPENS THE WEEK AND THE PARTNERSHIP OF CATHOLIC SCHOOLS

This morning, card. Sean Brady, archbishop of Armagh and primate of all Ireland, opened with a workshop in Swords (Dublin), at the Emmaus Centre, the 2010 Week of Catholic Schools and the new partnership of such schools. The Week will concern, from Sunday 31st January to Saturday 6th February, all the Catholic schools of the North and South of the island and intends to "highlight – reads a release from the Irish Bishops Conference – the extraordinary contribution that our first- and second-level Catholic schools offer, not only to the Irish society, but also to the mission of the Church". This year’s Week will be focussed on "The Catholic Schools – a light for every generations". The partnership of Catholic schools (Csp), opened today and based at St Patrick’s College in Maynooth, Co Kildare, has been established by the Irish bishops in conjunction with the Conference of Irish religions in order, the release goes on, to "support all partners of first- and second-level Catholic education within the school system of the Republic of Ireland". Leo O’Reilly, bishop of Kilmore and co-president of the Strategic Group for Education, defined this day as an "epoch-making" event.

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