Rick McGuire, Paraclete High School civics teacher, will travel to Washington D.C. this month to attend the prestigious Supreme Court Summer Institute, open to teachers in the fields of law-related and civic education.
Fourth and fifth grade students from St. James-Holy Redeemer Elementary School recently toured The Huntington Library, Art Collections and Botanical Gardens, where they learned about adaptations allowing plants to thrive in desert-like environments.
Allison Castro, alumna of Providence High School in Burbank, will take over as principal of her alma mater this fall.
Native Ghanaian Thomas Awaipo, a child recipient of Catholic Relief Services programs who now works for CRS in his home country, spoke about his life experiences to students at Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy in a recent assembly.
An exhibit inspired by a local artist’s walk on El Camino de Santiago (The Way of St. James) in northwestern Spain is now on display at Avenue 50 Studio in Highland Park.
Holy Rosary School students participate in Cathedral concert
He would bring candy bars to school for her, where they met in the fifth grade.
Louisville HS’s mock trial team headed for state competition
After recently winning top honors at the 36th annual L.A. County Mock Trial Competition, Louisville High School’s team will participate in the state competition set for March in San Jose.
Throughout history, monks have been linked to ink, penning beautiful calligraphy in books and illuminating manuscripts.
The Benedictine monks at St. Andrew’s Abbey in Valyermo, located in California’s high desert 90 minutes northeast of Los Angeles, have updated the ink connection for today’s digital age with their new venture, MonksInk, an online ink and toner business.
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