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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)

Last Updated ( Thursday, 14 August 2014 19:21 )
 

St. Pius X students place in Power of the Pen state finals

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Thursday, 12 June 2014 04:00
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Three students from Toledo St. Pius X competed in the Power of the Pen state finals May 22-23. Marion Hauser took first place in the district competition while Jude Platz placed fifth at the state competition and Grace Durfey placed 12th in the regional competition. The students are coached and mentored by faculty member Beth Patrilla. Now in its 30th year, Power of the Pen is an educational enhancement program devoted to excellence in creative writing. (Photo courtesy of Toledo St. Pius X)

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Glandorf graduates receive scholarships

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Thursday, 12 June 2014 04:00
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The Glandorf St. John the Baptist finance committee selected three graduating seniors to receive the 2014 Henry & Catherine Benning Memorial Scholarship. From left, Stephanie Hempfling, Brad Nuveman and Kialee Koch each received $400. The students are pictured with Precious Blood Father Tony Fortman, pastor of St. John. Scholarships are given to students who are faithfully involved with religious education attendance, parish ministry and service to the parish and community during their high school years. (Photo courtesy of Glandorf St. John)

 

Catholic schools celebrate Mary

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Friday, 23 May 2014 04:00
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Members of Port Clinton Immaculate Conception’s second- and fifth-grade classes that participated in the school’s May Crowning ceremony included Evangeline Young, Luke Saffran, Alyssa Diaz, Mitchell Coon, Garrett Hirt, Evelyn Zam, Madison Wiechman, Adrianna Hummel, Martina Cass and Lilian Uhinck. (Photo courtesy of Port Clinton Immaculate Conception)

Fostoria May Crowning

Fostoria St. Wendelin students in grades kindergarten through 12 gathered for a May Crowning service May 9. Seniors crowned Mary and reflected on their relationship with Our Lady in between decades of the Rosary, explaining the personal virtues they see in the life of Mary and all she continues to teach us. Second-graders and eighth-graders paired up to present flowers, candles and petitions to Our Lady while they prayed of the rosary. (Photo courtesy of Fostoria St. Wendelin)

 

Founder of Grace Before Meals visits Sylvania St. Joseph

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Sunday, 18 May 2014 04:00
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Father Leo Patalinghug, center, a Catholic priest of the Valuntas Dei Institute who is an author, chef, television and radio host and founder of Grace Before Meals, visited Sylvania St. Joseph May 6 to speak to middle school students. The day included Mass, lunch and two presentations, “Call to Holiness” for the sixth- through eighth-graders and “Spiritual Combat” for the seventh- and eighth-graders. (Photo courtesy of GraceBeforeMeals.com)

Father Leo Patalinghug, center, a Catholic priest of the Valuntas Dei Institute who is an author, chef, television and radio host and founder of Grace Before Meals, visited Sylvania St. Joseph May 6 to speak to middle school students. The day included Mass, lunch and two presentations, “Call to Holiness” for the sixth- through eighth-graders and “Spiritual Combat” for the seventh- and eighth-graders. (Photo courtesy of GraceBeforeMeals.com)

 
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