Putting faith into action, principals and leaders from Catholic schools across the Diocese of Grand Rapids served local organizations during a recent retreat day.
Representatives from our 30 Catholic schools were there, and many Catholic school pastors concelebrated.
Students who enroll in a new engineering design course under development at West Catholic High School will use cutting-edge technology, thanks to a mini-grant.
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Students at Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic School in Grand Rapids gathered early in the morning on January 23, 2017, to pray for an end to abortion and to remember lives lost and affected by it.
To launch Catholic Schools Week, Bishop David Walkowiak celebrated Mass at the Parish of the Holy Spirit and St. Anthony of Padua Catholic schools.
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“Therefore the Lord himself will give you this sign:
the virgin shall conceive, and bear a son,
and shall name him Emmanuel.” -Isaiah 7:1
Keeping a promise to his students at St. John Vianney Catholic School in the city of Wyoming, principal Gregg Bruno climbed onto the school roof to spend the freezing cold day up there.
Sacred Heart Academy students are embracing a spirit of giving this Advent, helping families in need put presents under the Christmas tree and also helping feed the hungry.