Why use The Compass in your classroom?
- Because students love it!
- Because it supplements everything you do!
- Because it’s free!
Compass in the Classroom is inviting Catholic school and parish religious education teachers to submit photos of your class using The Compass. E-mail them to us, or … Read More
The Compass in the Classroom is the award-winning newspaper-in-education program of the Catholic Diocese of Green Bay, offering 25 FREE copies to any parochial school and religious education program in the diocese. The program is used throughout the school year by thousands of parochial school and religious education students. Check with your administrator to see if your school or parish is already registered.
WASHINGTON — The U.S. International Commission on Religious Freedom singled out 28 countries for their repression of religious liberty in its annual report, issued Aug. 29. Sixteen … Read More
MEDELLÍN, Colombia — La Iglesia Católica en América Latina tiene que regresar a los principios de la conferencia de 1968 que cambió el énfasis de la iglesia … Read More
VATICAN CITY — The seal of confession is so important and sacred that a priest would be automatically excommunicated under canon law for directly revealing the contents … Read More
NYERI, Kenya — When the Rev. Peter Njogu was ordained a Catholic priest in 1989, he had made up his mind to be celibate for the rest … Read More
SALT LAKE CITY — Many high school seniors often feel like they have the weight of the world on their shoulders. While that may not be the … Read More
VATICAN CITY — Pope Francis told the Oblates of St. Joseph that for decades he has relied on the intercession of St. Joseph, and “never, ever has … Read More
SYDNEY — Australia’s Catholic bishops and religious orders, responding to recommendations from the Royal Commission Into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse, accepted 98 percent of its … Read More