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Send us your photos! Have you taken pictures at any recent events in your Catholic community? Email catholicchronicle@toledodiocese.org for a chance to be featured in this online gallery or in the next print edition of the Catholic Chronicle! Be sure to send the highest quality version of your image and include your name, parish and any relevant information about when and where your photograph was taken.

Celebrity chefs raise money for Little Sisters of the Poor

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Thursday, 23 October 2014 03:00
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Fourteen priests were celebrity chefs during the fifth annual Celebrity Chefs at The Pinnacle fundraisers for the Little Sisters of the Poor. More than 300 guests helped raise $76,000 to support the sisters’ ministry to the elderly poor at Sacred Heart Home in Oregon. Priests serving crackers and cheese were, from left, Father Anthony Borgia, pastor of Toledo St. John the Baptist and Toledo St. Michael the Archangel; and Father Robert Wilhelm and Father Charles Denny, both senior status priest of the diocese. Lynn and Dan Anderson served as masters of ceremony for the event. (Photo courtesy of Little Sisters of the Poor)
 

Lourdes University students clean local waterways

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Tuesday, 21 October 2014 03:00
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Lourdes students Lachelle Black, Ashley Nortelus, and Helen Brown with her grandson Nick Brown were among the volunteers participating in the annual Clean Your Streams initiative. (Photo courtesy of Lourdes University)
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Dr. Adam Hodge, assistant professor of history, participates in the cleanup effort at Harroun Park/Ten Mile Creek. (Photo courtesy of Lourdes University)

Lourdes University students and faculty took part in the 18th annual Clean Your Streams initiative Sept. 20. In total, 1,107 volunteers cleaned approximately 35 miles of local waterways from Olander Park in Sylvania to Wolf Creek in Oregon to International Park in downtown Toledo.

For their efforts, Lourdes volunteers took home the following three awards:

  • First Place for “Collegiate Most Volunteers” (the most volunteers on a college or university team)
  • First Place for “Collegiate Battle of the Bags’” (the most bags of trash collected by a college or university team)
  • Third Place for “Collegiate Awesome Effort” (based on amount of trash collected per person on a college or university team)
 

Students pray for peace, healing on Patriots Day

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Wednesday, 08 October 2014 03:00
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PORT CLINTON—With the help of music director Mary Krejci, fifth-graders at Port Clinton Immaculate Conception pray for peace and healing for victims of 9/11 and for the nation during a prayer service on Patriots Day. The service included petitions asking for healing for the children, the families, the nation and for ourselves. The children prayed for “the gifts of courage and compassion that will move us into action to help those in need in the United States as well as the throughout the world.” They asked for “the gifts of patience and perseverance to endure the long struggle for justice.” The service ended with the entire school singing “God Bless America.” (Photo courtesy of Port Clinton Immaculate Conception)
 

Visitation Sisters receive special picnic delivery

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Saturday, 20 September 2014 03:00
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TOLEDO—Visitation Sister Marie Bernadette Kermode accepts a delivery of picnic food prepared by members of the Serra Club of Toledo Aug. 23. Pictured with Sr. Kermode, from left, are Sharon Veitch, Patti Chryst and Kelly Chryst. (Photo courtesy of John Kennedy)
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Members of the Serra Club of Toledo attended morning Mass at the Monastery of the Visitation in Toledo and provided food for the cloistered sisters to enjoy later in the day. The group sponsors the picnic to coincide with an annual mini-golf outing and ice cream social the club hosts for all women religious of the diocese. Since the Visitation Sisters have the privilege of papal enclosure, they spend most of their lives within the monastery, leaving only for business, medical needs and other duties. As contemplative nuns, their primary apostolate is prayer. (Photo courtesy of Bud Weaver)
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Immaculate Conception School kicks off 90th year

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Monday, 18 August 2014 03:00
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PORT CLINTON—Port Clinton Immaculate Conception School is celebrating 90 years of providing area children with a faith-based education. The school opened its doors in 1924 and continues to provide excellence in Catholic education to students in preschool and kindergarten through fifth grade. Prospective families are invited to call the school office for more information at 419-734-3315 or visit during a Family Fun Day Aug. 17 from 11:45 a.m. to 1 p.m. Activities are to include face painting, a bounce house, hot dog lunch and more. (Photo courtesy of Port Clinton Immaculate Conception)

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