Editor's Notebook — Catholic schools in tents, slaughter at a church, Common Core concerns and parents brought to faith through their teens. Happy feast of the Ascension of the Lord! 

Milwaukee parent: Priority of Catholic schools should be to get students into heaven, not Harvard.

Melinda Henneberger: Pope Francis should consider ending celibacy as a way of healing divisions.

Russell Shaw: The decline of old media — and why it's a problem for religious leaders.

Evangelization: More and more, parents are being drawn to the Faith through their children.

Daoud Kuttab: Pope's visit to Holy Land a resounding success. 

Death toll as high as 30 after Muslim rebels attack Catholic church in Central African Republic.

Catholic schools in typhoon-ravaged Philippines will open in tents.

From CNS: NFP users cautious about new fertility monitoring apps.

Have a great day.

Gretchen R. Crowe is editor of OSV Newsweekly. Follow her on Twitter @GretchenOSV