St. Peter School holds trivia bee

St. Peter School holds trivia bee

After a few-weeks' delay due to this winter's record snow and cold, St. Peter School in Ashton held its Catholic trivia bee on March 1.

 

SSM Health at Home to hold children’s grief camp

SSM Health at Home to hold children’s grief camp

Camp GLOW (Giving Loved Ones Wings) is a grief support day camp for kids and their parents/guardians who are dealing with the loss of a loved one.

Third annual ‘Catholic Kids for a Cause’ held in Jefferson

Third annual ‘Catholic Kids for a Cause’ held in Jefferson

The Catholic community of St. John the Baptist School and St. Francis of Assisi Parish in Jefferson recently gathered to participate in a fundraising event for the family of Addie Houston, a fifth grader at East Elementary School and great-niece of St. John's principal, Bill Bare.

Three Catholic schools enjoy trip to Gettysburg, Washington, D.C.

Three Catholic schools enjoy trip to Gettysburg, Washington, D.C.

On Sunday, May 5, students from Watertown Catholic, Blessed Sacrament School in Madison, and St. Jerome School in Columbus boarded a bus bound for a five-day trip to Gettysburg, Pa., and Washington, D.C.

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NEW CONTEST -- "Lent 2019: Holy Hearts for Jesus”

The Catholic Herald is sponsoring a Lenten writing and drawing contest with the theme, "Lent 2019: Holy Hearts for Jesus." Below are materials explaining the contest.

We hope you will encourage your teachers and students to participate in this contest. Please follow the contest rules carefully. The best entries will be published in the Catholic Herald.

We especially want to thank Margie Schels, a teacher at St. John the Baptist School in Jefferson, who developed the idea for this contest. She has helped with the Catholic Herald youth contests since 2003.

If you have any questions, please contact the Catholic Herald office at 608-821-3070 or me directly at 608-821-3072.

Thank you very much, and may God continue to bless all of you, especially during the upcoming season of Lent.

Contest Entry (Grades K through five)

Contest Entry (Grades six through 12)

Holy Hearts for Jesus Template

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Third annual ‘Catholic Kids for a Cause’ held in Jefferson Print
Written by Margie Schels, For the Catholic Herald   
Thursday, Apr. 25, 2019 -- 12:00 AM

JEFFERSON -- The Catholic community of St. John the Baptist (SJB) School and St. Francis of Assisi Parish in Jefferson recently gathered to participate in a fundraising event for the family of Addie Houston, a fifth grader at East Elementary School and great-niece of St. John's principal, Bill Bare.

As news of Addie's battle against leukemia reached the school and parish community, there were many inquiries as to how to best help and support the family.

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SSM Health at Home to hold children’s grief camp Print
Written by Kevin Wondrash   
Thursday, Mar. 28, 2019 -- 12:00 AM

MADISON -- Camp GLOW (Giving Loved Ones Wings) is a grief support day camp for kids and their parents/guardians who are dealing with the loss of a loved one.

Staffed by SSM Health at Home spiritual and grief counselors and specially trained volunteers, the day camp gives kids the opportunity to share their grief in a safe space.

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St. Peter School holds trivia bee Print
Written by Kevin Wondrash, Catholic Herald Staff   
Thursday, Mar. 14, 2019 -- 12:00 AM

ASHTON -- After a few-weeks' delay due to this winter's record snow and cold, St. Peter School in Ashton held its Catholic trivia bee on March 1, as part of the school's belated Catholic Schools Week activities.

Students in grades 3K to five were divided up into their four spirit groups, each with their own saint and color: St. Clare -- violet, St. Francis -- green, St. Peter -- red, and St. Paul -- white.

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Thank you for your example/ Gracias por su ejemplo

Three years ago, I wrote my first column focused on Pope Francis' message to young people during his 2016 apostolic visit to Mexico.

"They tell us we are the hope for a better world. But who gives us hope?" a young woman asked the pope. He replied that the horrors of the world are no match for Jesus.

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