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The Evangelist
Monday, March 18, 2019

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  • Saints go marching in
    Catholic Central High School in Troy and Siena College launched their “Crusader to Saint” Academic Partnership, last week which will allow seniors to take college-level courses on Siena’s campus.
  • What SCC means to me
    I have been going to Saratoga Central Catholic School in Sara­toga Springs for about a year and a half now, and it has made a huge difference in my life.
  • CCHS, Siena launch “Crusader to Saint”
    Catholic Central High School in Troy and Siena College have launched the “Crusader to Saint” Academic Partnership. 
  • Build the ‘City of God’ with the help of Legos
    Four years ago, Vici Armsby, pastoral associate for faith formation, had an idea to try an “out-of-the-box” approach to faith formation in her K-sixth grade sessions after attendance dwindling in the cold, winter months of January and February.
  • After initial fears, school becomes second home
    The halls of Holy Names became like a second home to me, and I came to see my teachers and peers as extended family whom I could always turn to in times of turmoil or in search of guidance.
  • 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.

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