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#ThrowbackThursday: Check out our Bishop Grandin Marching Ghosts in the United Way Kick-off Parade last Thursday, September 15! Did you know the Marching Ghosts are the only high school marching band in Western Canada? Learn more: https://www.cssd.ab.ca/schools/bishopgrandin/programs/music/marchingshowband/Pages/default.aspx

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RT @StDamienSchool: First Outdoor Circuit Friday! Chilly but worth it! #AwesomeStD #SchoolSpirit @CCSD_edu https://t.co/CPI1DISUMy

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#WhyWednesday: Mingling of Bread and Wine: This is a small gesture where the presider breaks off a small particle of the host and drops it into his chalice. During the middle ages many symbolic meanings were ascribed to this action. Originally the tradition comes from masses in early Rome. A priest who was not able to celebrate with the pope received a small piece of bread, called the fermentum, from the papal mass. This he placed in his own chalice to signify his unity with the pope.

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RT @ccsdstgregory: Our school enjoyed Mass today at Holy Name Parish. @CCSD_edu https://t.co/F9UigRCn29

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Congratulations to everyone in our CCSD community who took part in the Terry Fox Run on September 18! Did you know that schools in our district have raised over $1.1M for the The Terry Fox Foundation through the years? Special thanks to our top fundraising school St. Bede, where students and staff have participated in 25 annual runs and raised close to $120,000! The Terry Fox Run is a non-competitive event where people get together as individuals, families and groups to raise money for cancer research in Terry's name. It is a day of celebrating Terry's legacy and helping to keep alive his dream of finding a cure for cancer. Learn more: http://www.terryfox.org/

For there is one God; there is also one mediator between God and the human race, the man Christ Jesus, who gave himself a ransom for all; this was attested at the right time. For this I was appointed a herald and an apostle, a teacher of the Gentiles in faith and truth. (1 Timothy 2:5-7) - Taken from the readings for the Twenty-Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time – Year C
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