Catholic schools week to commence on Sunday

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  • Commemorating Saint Agnes: from left, students Rodrigo Jara-Lira, student council vice-president, with Brianna Pereira and Gabriela Barbosa (Photograph supplied)

    Commemorating Saint Agnes: from left, students Rodrigo Jara-Lira, student council vice-president, with Brianna Pereira and Gabriela Barbosa (Photograph supplied)


Mount Saint Agnes Academy launches its yearly celebration of the Catholic educational system this Sunday, with the start of Catholic Schools Week.

The school marked the feast day of Saint Agnes, its patron saint, with a Mass held on January 19, in which its new statue of the saint was unveiled.

The statue, hand carved in Italy, was blessed by Bishop Wieslaw Spiewak.

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Published Jan 26, 2018 at 5:20 pm (Updated Jan 26, 2018 at 5:20 pm)

Catholic schools week to commence on Sunday

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