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#ThrowbackThursday - Fifty years ago, in September 1967, Bishop Kidd School first opened its doors. For the first year, it served elementary and junior high students. Then in the second year, it went back to just junior high students, which continues to this day. The first principal was Mr. Charles Lailey, with a school staff of 17 and a school population around 400 students. In the 1970s the school used to take students on a three-day wilderness survival activity! Congratulations on 50 years Bishop Kidd!

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Today we celebrate the Feast Day of St. Matthew, an Apostle, Evangelist and patron of our SE K-9 school:… https://t.co/YrjSgjMJB9

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#WhyWednesday: Did you know that when we attend Mass, as part of the congregation we are called to “actively participate?” This means praying, listening and attending to the readings and Homily, participating in the rituals, reciting or singing the responses, and singing the hymns. Source: Growing in Faith, Growing in Christ, Pearson Canada

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#ScriptureMonday: Bless the Lord, O my soul, and all that is within me, bless his holy name. Bless the Lord, O my soul, and do not forget all his benefits. - Taken from the readings for the Twenty-Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time – Year A