Boston Catholic schools benefit from Jewish philanthropy
CWN - August 04, 2010
The Boston Globe has published a profile of Jewish benefactors who donate generously to the archdiocese’s Catholic schools. “It’s really attractive because it touches a couple of different things Jews tend to care about-- number one, it touches the poorest of the poor … and it does it through education,’’ said Barry Shrage, president of Combined Jewish Philanthropies.
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