St. Rose School celebrates 100 years

St. Rose School celebrates 100 years

St. Rose School in Cuba City recently celebrated its 100th anniversary.

Students share messages of love, anti-bullying

Students share messages of love, anti-bullying

 

Kindness, acceptance, and inclusion were the words of the day recently at Our Lady Queen of Peace School in Madison.

 

 

Celebrating 50 days with the ’50s

Celebrating 50 days with the ’50s

November 15 marked the 50th day of school for students at St. John the Baptist School in Waunakee. Students in kindergarten through third grade, staff, and parent volunteers celebrated by having some 1950s fun.

 

Queen of Peace fifth graders finish first volleyball season

Queen of Peace fifth graders finish first volleyball season

Fifth graders at Our Lady Queen of Peace School in Madison play team sports through the Madison Area Independent Sports League and many decided to play volleyball this fall.

 

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Queen of Peace fifth graders finish first volleyball season Print E-mail
Written by Ava Bachhuber, Ellie Payne, Cecilia Hackworthy, Katherine Mello, Abby Lawton, Lucy Herlitzka, and Gillian Koning, For the Catholic Herald   
Thursday, Dec. 08, 2016 -- 12:00 AM

MADISON -- Fifth grade is a great year!

We are able to play team sports through our school with the Madison Area Independent Sports League (MAISL), and many of us decided to play volleyball this fall.

It's fun, it's active, and it helps us learn about teamwork.

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Celebrating 50 days with the ’50s Print E-mail
Written by Kevin Wondrash, Catholic Herald Staff   
Thursday, Dec. 01, 2016 -- 12:00 AM

WAUNAKEE -- November 15 marked the 50th day of school for students at St. John the Baptist School in Waunakee.

Students in kindergarten through third grade, staff, and parent volunteers celebrated by having some 1950s fun.

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Challengers win 8-man title Print E-mail
Written by Kim Donohoe, For the Catholic Herald   
Thursday, Nov. 24, 2016 -- 12:00 AM

MADISON -- The 2016 Challenger varsity football team, comprised of student athletes from St. Ambrose Academy and Abundant Life Christian School (ALCS) in Madison, capped off their undefeated season by winning the WIAA 8-Man Football Jamboree Showcase game on October 29 effectively making them 8-man state champions.

The Challengers, representing the Great Eight South Conference, took on the Panthers from Prairie Farm High School of the Lakeland Conference at D.C. Everest Stiehm Stadium in Schofield.

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St. Ambrose Academy celebrates the saints at fundraiser for March for Life Print E-mail
Written by Joan Carey, For the Catholic Herald   
Thursday, Nov. 10, 2016 -- 12:00 AM

MADISON -- Each year, St. Ambrose Academy holds an All Saints Day party whose proceeds fund the students' biennial journey to Washington, D.C., to march on behalf of the unborn.

Hundreds recently flocked to the wooded hills of southwestern Dane County on a sunny but crisp autumn afternoon for frolic and fellowship in support of the great cause of sending young people to the March for Life.

Saints alive!

Many of this year's party guests dressed as saints: Gianna Mollo strolled about in a white doctor's jacket, a little Kateri Tekakwitha rode on her uncle's shoulders in a leather fringed wrap with feathers.

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Opening our eyes to the 'Lazarus' at our door / Abriendo los ojos al 'Lázaro' delante de nuestra puerta

"I ask your forgiveness for all the times that we Christians stand before a poor person or a situation of poverty and look the other way," Pope Francis recently said to people who are homeless and socially excluded.

At a Year of Mercy event, he apologized for our failure to recognize the dignity of those who are homeless and prayed we do better by our brothers and sisters.

Every year, hundreds of thousands of young people in the United States experience homelessness. We might not realize young people are homeless if you pass by them on the streets or the halls of your school, but the National Coalition for the Homeless says that about 500,000 unaccompanied youths experience homelessness each year.

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