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Regina Dominican High School Marks Catholic Schools Week with Mass
Regina Dominican High School Marks Catholic Schools Week with Mass

February 3, 2017, Wilmette, IllinoisRegina Dominican High School marked Catholic Schools Week, January 31-February 6, 2017, with a special Mass. Cardinal Blase J. Cupich, Archbishop of Chicago, presided at the Mass and took the opportunity to bless the school’s newly renovated auditorium, O’Shaughnessy Theater, where the Mass was held. Read the full Wilmette Life article by Kathy Routliffe.

Catholic Schools Week, organized by the National Catholic Educational Association, is celebrated nationally each year in late January to early February to call attention to the contributions that Catholic schools make to our society and to the lives of the students. This year’s theme is “Catholic Schools: Communities of Faith, Knowledge, and Service.”

 

   
LEFT: From left, are students Nicolette Anichini, Maggie McNaughton, and Lauren Murphy; Elizabeth Schuster, president; Cardinal Cupich; Meg Bigane, principal; and students Riley McInerney, Elizabeth Murphy, and Eleanor Boylan. RIGHT: Elizabeth Schuster, President of Regina Dominican High School, with Cardinal Cupich. Photos by Aidan Reedy

 

Feature photo (top): Cardinal Blase J. Cupich pauses for a photo with Regina Dominican students, from left, Petra Kowalski, Lena Swabb, and Lily D’Agostino. Photo by Aidan Reedy







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