In memory of Cardinal George and his dedication to Catholic education, the Francis Cardinal George Scholarship Fund has been established in his name. Part of the Catholic Education Scholarship Trust, this endowed fund will provide scholarships to qualified children in Catholic schools throughout the Archdiocese of Chicago for generations to come.

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New scholarship fund created in St. John Paul II’s name

(July 23, 2015) - A new fund has been established in the Catholic Education Scholarship Trust in honor of St. John Paul II, who was much beloved to Polish Catholics worldwide as the Holy Father and is now one of their most important saints.

Volunteer Profile: Maureen and Bob Bell

(July 23, 2015) - Even after 42 years as active parishioners at Our Lady of Ransom in Niles, Maureen and Bob Bell still “met many nice parishioners that we didn’t know before” as co-chairs of the parish’s To Teach Who Christ Is campaign.

Together, Wave III parishes exceed goal

(July 23, 2015) - Nearly 5,500 gifts have helped propel Wave III parishes to 110 percent of their collective goal of $20.3 million.

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“To Teach Who Christ Is” Campaign — Scholarships

For many families, scholarships make a Catholic education possible. The Archdiocese of Chicago is raising $350 million for Catholic education, as well as parishes and faith formation, through the “To Teach Who Christ Is” campaign.

“To Teach Who Christ Is” Campaign — Strong Parishes

Our parishes are more than places to pray and worship. They are unique communities of faith, with an important mission of teaching who Christ is. The Archdiocese of Chicago is raising $350 million for parishes, as well as Catholic education and faith formation, through the “To Teach Who Christ Is” campaign.

“To Teach Who Christ Is” Campaign — Religious Education

“To Teach Who Christ Is” is not just the theme of our campaign — it is how we spread the Gospel through religious education. The Archdiocese of Chicago is raising $350 million for faith formation, as well as parishes and Catholic education, through “To Teach Who Christ Is.”

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