“To Teach Who Christ Is” comes from the writings of St. Eugene de Mazenod, founder of Cardinal George’s religious community, the Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate. To “put on the mind of Christ” captures the spirit of the campaign that supports parishes and the formation of children and young people through the ministry of Catholic Education and Catechesis.

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Training catechetical leaders to teach the Word

(October 17, 2014) –Beginning with parents and extending to all members of our community, the call to make known the love of Christ and His holy Church both challenges and invigorates us.

Campaign re-engages following 'rapid review' process

(October 17, 2014) – The To Teach Who Christ Is campaign is restarting this fall following a “rapid review” process by its new fundraising firm, CCS Fundraising.

Campaign funds to help ‘bring Jesus and the Gospels to people of all ages’

(October 16, 2014) – Each September, parishes throughout the Archdiocese of Chicago celebrate Catechetical Sunday, a day when catechists are commissioned in their vocation so they may go forth and make known the love of Christ and His holy Church.

Eight Catholic schools receive Blue Ribbon recognition

(October 16, 2014) – The To Teach Who Christ Is campaign congratulates the eight Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of Chicago recently recognized as National Blue Ribbon Schools by the U.S. Department of Education.

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Enseñar quién es Cristo - Video sobre la campaña

La Arquidiócesis de Chicago ha lanzado una campaña para recaudar fondos para la educación católica y la formación en la fe denominada "Enseñar quién es Cristo". Este video explica las necesidades, las metas y los beneficios de la campaña.

Reflections On How We Teach Who Christ Is

Watch and listen to individuals speaking about the benefits of Catholic schools and religious education programs.

It's A Brand New Day

View this inspiring video that confirms how Catholic Schools prepare our future leaders.

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