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The Evangelist
Sunday, January 20, 2019


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  • When school is a pathway to discipleship
    As I prepare to move away for college and life in the larger world around me, I am thankful for the opportunity to have attended Catholic school all these years.
  • Advent is a religious holiday that is celebrated annually here at Bishop Maginn High School. It is a beautiful way to be intentional as we walk through this busy, festive season. Celebrating Advent helps us to interrupt our busy schedules and prepare our hearts for the true meaning of Christmas.

  • Advent traditions at school, home
    The Catholic Church has designated the four weeks preceding Christmas as Advent, a time to prepare for the birth of our Savior, Jesus Christ. 
  • Catholic Charities fights vaping, tobacco use among teenagers
    The Albany Diocese is no exception to the rise in teen vaping, and Catholic Charities is taking action to protect youth.
  • STEP IN FOR SCARES
    ST. MARY'S SCHOOL IN WATERFORD invited guests to a Halloween haunted house for some spooky fun last weekend.
  • Miracle at a school assembly

    On Oct. 26, Miracle Carter got the surprise of her life when she learned that her wish to go to Walt Disney World in Florida was being granted by the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Northeast New York.

  • Teen gets Girl Scout Gold by protecting pollinators

    Caroline McGraw has gone for gold. The 17-year-old parishioner of St. Kateri Tekakwitha Church in Schenectady has been named a National Gold Award Girl Scout.

  • Catholic schools launched founders of medical startup
    Long before Dr. Zach Helft and Dr. Christy Sheehy co-founded a medical startup, both were students at Catholic schools in the Albany Diocese.
  • Meghan went from Morris to Marines

    At some point in childhood, every child is asked, "What do you want to be when you grow up?" Meghan Barringer of Holy Cross parish in Morris knew the answer since she was very young: She wanted to go into the military.

  • DIOCESAN HIGH SCHOOLS START YEAR WITH MASS
    DIOCESAN HIGH SCHOOLS got the academic year off to a good start last week with a special Mass, celebrated at Saratoga Central Catholic High School.



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