#whatspercolating: Podcast youth ‘freshly brewed’ in their faith

#whatspercolating: Podcast youth ‘freshly brewed’ in their faith

 

"I love 'Freshly Brewed.' Topher, Lindsay, and Sara are the perfect combination." Like most trends and anything else that is "cool," the youth, like the one quoted above, are on top of the latest creation of awesome for teens in the Diocese of Madison.

 

St. Peter School celebrates the ‘Miracle at Midnight’

St. Peter School celebrates the ‘Miracle at Midnight’

"Mary" and "Joseph"  -- St. Peter School, Ashton, students Stephanie Kalscheuer and Peter Volkman -- smile with the student cast of "Miracle at Midnight,"  at the conclusion of the school’s annual Christmas program.

St. Olaf faith formation students participate in Operation Shoebox

St. Olaf faith formation students participate in Operation Shoebox

The faith formation students at St. Olaf Parish in DeForest participated in "Operation Shoebox–Madison" for the first time in December.

Edgewood students receive awards at Martin Luther King, Jr., breakfast

Edgewood students receive awards at Martin Luther King, Jr., breakfast

On January 18, Edgewood High School (EHS) once again hosted the Urban League of Greater Madison as they celebrated the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., with an Outstanding Young Person Breakfast.

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Thursday, Jan. 29, 2015 -- 12:00 AM

MADISON -- On January 18, Edgewood High School (EHS) once again hosted the Urban League of Greater Madison as they celebrated the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., with an Outstanding Young Person Breakfast.

This breakfast attracted more than 900 youth, families, and community leaders.

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St. Olaf faith formation students participate in Operation Shoebox Print E-mail
Written by Laura Soldner, For the Catholic Herald   
Thursday, Jan. 15, 2015 -- 12:00 AM

DEFOREST -- The faith formation students at St. Olaf Parish in DeForest participated in "Operation Shoebox–Madison" for the first time in December.

Operation Shoebox is a local program that provides needed academic and personal care items during the Christmas season for children and single mothers living in shelters or participating in community neighborhood center programs.

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#whatspercolating: Podcast keeps youth ‘freshly brewed’ in their faith Print E-mail
Written by Kevin Wondrash, Catholic Herald Staff   
Thursday, Dec. 18, 2014 -- 12:00 AM

MADISON -- "I love 'Freshly Brewed.' Topher, Lindsay, and Sara are the perfect combination."

Like most trends and anything else that is "cool," the youth, like the one quoted above, are on top of the latest creation of awesome for teens in the Diocese of Madison.

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Jefferson Catholic school goes green Print E-mail
Written by Heather Schneider, For the Catholic Herald   
Thursday, Nov. 27, 2014 -- 12:00 AM

JEFFERSON -- The fourth grade class at St. John the Baptist School (SJB) in Jefferson has spearheaded a campaign to promote environmental awareness.

The fourth graders, who have been collecting classroom trash each day for the last few years, were upset by the amount of garbage in classroom trash cans each day. They also observed the large number of items that should have been recycled instead of tossed into the trash.

The students decided to take action.

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