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#WhyWednesday Can a baptism be private? Baptism is by its nature a public sacrament and is celebrated as such. It is a statement that we choose for the child to become part of a faith community and live according to the church’s traditions.

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20 #CCSDedu students from @GoodShep_CSSD singing the national anthem at #DistrictDay2019 so proud of these BEAUTIFU… https://t.co/szCG4h4zp8

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This Thursday and Friday are Professional Development days for all #CCSDedu students. Monday, Feb. 18 is also Family Day; there will be no classes on these days.

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RT @bob_cocking: Together with Chris and Gary, our two Chief Superintendent’s of CBE and CCSD! @ATA38 @ATALocal55 @yyCBEdu @CCSD_eduhttps://t.co/qpgfRTcwMl

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🇨🇦 Are you pumped for District Day with @WHLHitmen this Friday?! We are and so are Bishop Carroll's Virtuosi Strings! You can still get your $12 tix with the discount code LUNAR at http://bit.ly/DistrictDay2019 🇨🇦 #CCSDedu #DistrictDay

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Jesus got into one of the boats, the one belonging to Simon, and asked him to put out a little way from the shore. Then he sat down and taught the crowds from the boat. When he had finished speaking, he said to Simon, “Put out into the deep water and let down your nets for a catch.” (Luke 5:3-4) — Taken from the readings for the Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time-Year C
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