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Budding Scientist Rooted in Faith
By Eileen Betz Aithanh Nguyen graduated from the Academy of the Holy Family in Baltic, Connecticut on June 4, 2019. When first attending the Academy, Aithanh was not sure whether it was the right place for her to develop into the person God wanted her to be. However, these doubts didn’t la...

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Superintendent's Letter: Congratulations to our graduating Classes of 2019
My Dear Friends, Our pre-kindergarten to grade 8 schools and high schools have successfully completed another academic and spiritual year in the Diocese. Our students are self-disciplined, self-motivated, responsible, athletic and creative. It is truly a time to celebrate their accomplishment...

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Superintendent's Letter: May is a Month of Tribute to Mary in Our Schools
My Dear Friends, During the month of May we pay special tribute in our Catholic schools to Mary, as she is of major importance to us as Catholics. The Hail Mary is one of the most popular prayers in our schools. Many times, we, even as adults, pray it so often that we don’t take the time...

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Diocese Schools Shine at Connecticut Invention Convention
By Ryan Blessing Students from St. Patrick Cathedral School in Norwich and St. John Paul II School in Middletown were among the participants at the 36th annual Connecticut Invention Convention state finals. The day-long showcase of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) took place May 4...

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St. Joseph School students showcase their work in Invention Convention
The middle school students of Saint Joseph School in Baltic participated in their third annual local Connecticut Invention Convention competition on March 29.   An original prototype was produced and tested by each student as a solution to a given problem. James Ruckert was the finalist f...

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The Galaxy and Beyond: Mercy students explore Earth and the Universe during their Astronomy Trip
By Marie Kalita-Leary Mercy High School Dean of Academics and Technology Mrs. Melissa Bullock and Science teacher Ms. Gianna Iannucci have been involved with the University of Notre Dame Science and Religion Initiative since 2015. The Initiative is designed to help secondary Catholic school teach...

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Mercy’s Robotic Team Wins Another FIRST Robotics Championship
By Marie Leary The Mercy TechTigers 3654 won their second FIRST® Robotics championship banner in March at the Waterbury District event. The TechTigers, an all-girl robotics team from Mercy High School Middletown, excelled at this year’s game Destination: DEEP SPACE and earned the win wi...

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Congratulations to seniors Michael Wyeth Bonser and Terrence Tang whose artworks were chosen from among 3,500 student entries from all over Connecticut for the Regional Scholastic Art Awards. Michael received a Gold Key and Best in Portfolio for his portfolio titled “Complexities of Life” which features 8 pieces of his work. He also received the Hartford Art School Scholarship and the ...

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Superintendent Letter

Posted on February 12, 2019 in: School News

My Dear Friends, This year, the month of February falls in the Season of Ordinary Time. Generally speaking, the month is dedicated to the Holy Family. In our Catholic schools, we try to teach our students more about the Holy Family. The Reverend John L. McKenzie, a professor of Theology, indicated that “Roman Catholic teaching identifies the family as the social and moral center of the co...

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Teens Helping Teens

Posted on January 02, 2019 in: News, School News

Teens Helping Teens
By Marie Kalita-Leary The Mercy High School National Honor Society (NHS) Christmas Drive for the second year benefitted the Albert J. Solnit Children’s Center. As a facility of the Connecticut Department of Youth and Families, the Albert J. Solnit Children’s Center provides brief trea...

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With the arrival of Autumn, I hope that you get to visit your favorite farm or orchard, enjoy a piece of warm apple cobbler and sip your favorite pumpkin-spiced coffee. Whether it’s the start of a new school year, a new job or perhaps a residential move, autumn can bring many changes. A journey can be defined as any course or passage from one stage or experience to another. As “One Faith, One Family,” we pray for the members of our diocese and for our Catholic school students as they continue their journey to grow in Christ’s love as the school ye...

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St. Michael School is Vibrant Part of Community
My Dear Friends, This month we highlight another one of the outstanding educational institutions of the diocese.  St. Michael School at West Broad, in Pawcatuck, has been a vibrant part of the community for more than 145 years.  The school is summed up in our mission to engage students in a program of Christian formation characterized by a challenging and enriching Catholic Classical curriculum, in a nurturing environment. So, what is a Catholic Classical curriculum? Students study the great ideas of Western civilization. Democracy, science, art, and lite...

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