Teaching order

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A teaching order is a Catholic religious institute whose particular charism is education. Many orders and societies sponsor educational programs and institutions, and teaching orders participate in other charitable and spiritual activities; a teaching order is distinguished in that education is a primary mission.

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Teaching orders may operate their own institutions, from primary school through the university level, provide staff to diocesan or other Catholic schools, or otherwise contribute to educational ministries.

Such teaching orders include the following:

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