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Around 200 children took a field trip to a cemetery on Thursday to learn the meaning of Dia de los Muertos. The students from five Catholic schools in East Los Angeles gathered at Calvary Cemetery for a theological lesson and Dia de los Muertos-themed arts and crafts organized by the Archdiocese ...
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The annual Blessing of the Pets made its return earlier today at St. Alphonsus Catholic School in Jackson County.
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More than 100 elementary and secondary teachers with the St. Clair Catholic District School Board are getting up to speed with the digital age, on their own time, to benefit students.
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Roanoke Catholic School students and teachers filled a bus with donations for homeless students in Roanoke’s public schools, one of the largest donations so far.
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The Archdiocese of New York has been around for more than two centuries, and in all that time it’s never seen the likes of Steve and Christine Schwarzman.
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Parochial schools are an invaluable opportunity for African-American children
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St. Francis of Assisi Feast Day was celebrated with the blessing of the animals in Manatee County. Hundreds of pets and owners gathered in the courtyard to be blessed by a deacon.
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Plan is to merge all schools into Catholic Community Schools system
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Immaculata students have been following media coverage of the papal visit and are doing projects in class.
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Pope Francis arrives in Washington Tuesday, and his visit is bringing new attention to Catholic institutions across the Washington region, including its schools. Across the globe, there are nearly
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