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The Parish Schools
A Pamphlet giving heretofore unpublished statistics on the number of pupils attending, and the property and running expenses of, the Parochial Schools of New York State.
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EHE Third Annual Convention of the Religious
Education Association was held in Boston from February 12 to 16 of the current year. So important was this gathering, both from the
position of those who participated in the various meetings and from the nature of the topics discussed, that a brief survey thereof will assuredly interest all readers of THE CATHOLIC WORLD. It may be stated at the outset, by way of explanation, that this association came into existence in Chicago in February, 1903. At that time the American Institute of Sacred Literature, one of the many organizations affiliated with the Chicago University, called a meeting of prominent educators to consider the grave moral problems dealing with the modern training of the young. Over four hundred persons, eminent in many walks of life, accepted the invitation, and for three days closely discussed the moral needs of our times. The outcome of these meetings was the formation of the Religious Education Association, which was planned to meet the ethical difficulties of our time in somewhat the same way as the National Education Association strives to meet the nation's educational needs.
The charter membership of the association was 1,276, each member paying a $1 enrollment fee and $2 annual dues. By Copyright. 1905. The Missionary Society of St. Paul THE APOSTLE
IN THE STATE OF NEW YORK.