Increased educational costs and a struggling economy have contributed to the financial challenges that Catholic schools face. In light of these obstacles, it is uplifting to hear about Catholic school advocates who invest money in the future of Catholic education – especially when they will not even have the chance to see the fruit that their contribution will bear.
Alicia Sullivan of Dover, New Hampshire, decided to donate the wealth that she and her two sisters, Ruth and Mary Melanie Sullivan, had accumulated to benefit two local Catholic schools. Upon Alicia Sullivan’s death, $500,000 was designated to be split between St. Mary Academy and St. Thomas Aquinas High School. To read the complete story, click here.