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It's Never Too Late to Celebrate

We rejoice with Sr. M. Bridget and Sr. M. Catherine as they celebrate their graduations. Congratulations Sisters!!

Sr. M. Bridget graduated from Franciscan University in Steubenville with a degree in History and Secondary Education with a minor in Theology. This fall she will be stationed in Kansas teaching at St. James Academy.

Sr. M. Catherine graduated from Benedictine College with a Bachler of Arts degree in Elementary Education. She will be teaching 5th grade at St. Alban Roe in Wildwood, MO this fall.


Candice said…
Congratulations, Sisters! Thanks for being a witness to Christ's love.

Michelle Angeli Scarfino said…
Praise God! And thank you for coming to St. Alban Roe, even though my last two just graduated from there it brings us great joy to know that you are there for the children of our Parish. See you at Holy Mass! PAX Christi
Anonymous said…
Congratulations & God's blessings to all the newly professed....anxiously awaiting pics!

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