When children of different faiths play together, they learn to love not hate | Opinion – The Tennessean

There is no greater expression of love than to love – and to teach – other people’s children. Children who do not look the same, who do not speak the same language, whose families practice different faith traditions. By including Akiva and other non-Catholic schools, the Dominican Sisters of St. Cecilia and the DAC honor St. Katharine Drexel’s teaching. Their lesson inspires a path for policy makers, education practitioners and parents – secular or sainted – to create more opportunities to help kids discover their strengths.