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Global Catholic Education is a volunteer-led project to contribute to Catholic education and integral human development globally with a range of resources. The website went live symbolically on Thanksgiving Day in November 2020 to give thanks for the many blessings we have received. Catholic schools serve more than 61 million children in pre-primary, primary, and secondary schools globally, with in addition, close to 7 million are enrolled at the post-secondary level (data for 2020). The Church also provides many other services to children and families, including in healthcare, social protection, and humanitarian assistance. Our aim is to serve Catholic schools and universities, as well as other organizations contributing to integral human development, with an emphasis on responding to the aspirations of the poor and vulnerable.


Since its launch at the end of 2020, the Global Catholic Education project has received seven awards from the Catholic Media Association including three Catholic Book Awards and four Catholic Press Awards (two for best packages for political issues, one for best external e-newsletter, and one for best new website).

Core Partners

Our core partners are the four organizations that federate Catholic education globally:
Additional Partners
Links to Church Organizations with Leadership in Education
Congregation for Catholic Education
International Union of Superior Generals
Union of Superior Generals

"The duty of a good educator is to love with more intensity his weakest, more disadvantaged students." Pope Francis.

Teacher and Student
Our Mission

Our Mission

The Global Catholic Education website informs and connects Catholic educators and those interested in integral human development globally. It provides them with data, analysis, opportunities to learn, and other resources to help them fulfill their mission with a particular focus on the preferential option for the poor.

Kids in Preschool

Our Vision

We connect Catholic education to the world, and the world to Catholic education. We bring global knowledge on education and integral human development to Catholic schools, universities, and other organizations by sharing evidence-based good practices emerging from international experience.  And we bring to the attention of the international community the work of Catholic schools, universities, and other organizations promoting integral human development, including their approaches to educate the whole person towards fraternal humanism.

We Value Your Contribution!

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