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Greetings in Christ!
Children’s hearts are delicate, and their consciences are incredibly impressionable. This is why so many Catholic School families choose to send their children to one of our sixty-six schools. Our teachers proclaim Christ’s love for each individual while openly praying for and with their students. Within Catholic Schools we work so each person knows the virtue of hope and is able combat the evils of temptation. Enlightening a child’s heart as well his or her mind is at the core of everything Catholic School educators do.
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Thomas Reichenbacher, Superintendent
Catholic Life Articles
- Obtaining the Divine Mercy Sunday (April 19) indulgence this year
Even though public Masses continue to be cancelled, Divine Mercy Sunday can still be celebrated in the home, and its plenary indulgence still received. The Second Sunday of Easter, or Divine Mercy Sunday, falls on April 19 in 2020. The day focusses the Church’s attention to the pardon won by Christ and the forgiveness of
- April is Child Abuse Prevention Month
Catholic parishes and schools across the United States participate in National Child Abuse Prevention Month in April to highlight the importance of learning how to protect the vulnerable from this evil. The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) provides resources for expanding awareness of the problem, and offers ways to prevent abuse. The following
- Franciscan CORE
Youth leaders serving in the footsteps of St. Francis Embracing its Franciscan heritage, Viterbo University in La Crosse felt a call to extend its outreach by engaging high school youth in its unique founding mission of Catholic social teaching and the values of St. Francis, offering them an experience to become leaders for the Church
- The 29th annual Brains and Brawn tournament kicks off Catholic Schools Week
The 29th annual Brains and Brawn Tournament is a chance for Catholic school students in 6th-8th grade, from across the diocese, to compete in basketball (Brawn) or to demonstrate their knowledge in six categories (Brains). Aquinas Catholic Schools hosted the tournament and a Mass was celebrated by Bishop William Patrick Callahan at the end of
- A Redefining Success – Aspiring to God’s call
Raised in Chippewa Falls and an alumna of the area’s Catholic schools, Molly Bushman is now the president of McDonell Area Catholic Schools. Our path in life is deliberate. We aspire to dreams at a young age and, with hard work and determination, strive to reach our goals. Society considers us successful when we accomplish
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