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August 19, 2020

Saint Mary’s Press Pioneers Brand New Distance-Learning Options for Flexible Learning During COVID-19 Pandemic

To help Catholic school teachers and parish religious educators plan for an unpredictable year, Saint Mary’s Press in Winona, Minnesota, has developed a brand-new series of flexible eLearning modules to provide a distance learning option for their religious education program: Discover! Finding Faith in Life. 

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April 11, 2019

Saint Mary’s Press and the California Catholic Conference launch new eLearning program celebrating California Native Peoples and Missions

Winona — (April 11, 2019) Saint Mary’s Press and the California Catholic Conference Education Committee, led by Auxiliary Bishop Edward Clark of Los Angeles, have launched a new eLearning course, California Native Peoples and Missions, for fourth grade Catholic school classrooms statewide.

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March 20, 2019

Mission: Building Solidarity Across Differences

Our hearts are broken for our brothers and sisters in Christchurch, and all the places where sorrow and suffering exists. This is a crucial time for people of faith and all people of goodwill throughout the world. We are witnesses of a disturbing worldwide rise in attitudes, expressions, and violence motivated by hate.

Our world is suffering from fear of neighbor. The Gospel demands our response! Our founder, Saint John Baptist de La Salle, shared with his teachers so long ago a prayer that today still resonates–“God of love, set me aflame with love for you and for my neighbor.”

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January 29, 2019

Singer-Towns Takes On New Role After Storied Career at Saint Mary’s Press

Following nearly 23 years of leadership in the editorial team of Saint Mary’s Press, Brian Singer-Towns is stepping down as Director of Content Engagement to assume leadership of multiple special projects.

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January 9, 2019


Melissa Johnson, one of our authors and instructional designers and veteran high school teacher, recently contributed to the NCEATalk blog, writing a heartfelt response to the bishop's letter against racism. 

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