Catholic Educational Association
Voluntary organization of Catholic educators and others interested in Catholic education in America, founded in Saint Louis, Missouri, 1904.
Its purpose is to provide the opportunity for Catholic educators to meet for the discussion of their problems, and to safeguard the interests of Catholic education.
The association comprises a seminary department, a department of Catholic colleges and secondary schools, and a parish school department.
Its development is due largely to the zeal of Bishop Howard of Covington.
Its headquarters are in Columbus, Ohio, but meetings are held annually in various cities, reports of which are published.
The Educational Association Bulletin is issued quarterly.
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