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ENTER TO WIN! Tickets are only $12 and we raise $2 from every ticket sold for the Calgary Catholic Education Foundation @CCEF_YYC @WHLHitmen Get your tickets at bit.ly/DistrictDay2019 and use the discount code LUNAR.

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RT @FrScollen_CCSD: @FrScollen_CCSD thanks our entire community for their support in our annual food drive! You’re generosity is beyon… https://t.co/PltFEXPBMk

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#ThrowbackThursday Monsignor J.S. Smith School served as a temporary church for St. Albert the Great Parish from the 90s to 2004.

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Receive Divine Mercy, Believe and trust in God, Achieve your goals. #SchoolMural #FollowHisWay https://t.co/P0RZjE6KzV

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#WhyWednesday The Advent wreath, like many of our customs at Christmas traces its origin to pre-Christian times when candles were lit during the winter to the "sun-god" asking for light. It was the Lutherans who started the Advent wreath as a Christian custom. The word “advent” comes from the Latin term for arrival or "coming." It is the season when we await the coming of the Lord in time and at the end of time.

The days are surely coming, says the Lord, when I will fulfill the promise I made to the house of Israel and the house of Judah. In those days and at that time I will cause a righteous Branch to spring up for David; and he shall execute justice and righteousness in the land. (Jeremiah 33:14-15) — Taken from the readings for the First Sunday of Advent-Year C
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