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Holy Family celebrates Catholic Schools Week

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Holy Family Catholic School students participating in a Walk-A-Thon, which raised more than $8,100 for the Orphans Rising Missions.
by: Tim Freed Former Managing Editor

The Lions of Holy Family Catholic School roared their support for their school and all Catholic Schools during Catholic Schools Week.

The theme for this year was “Learn, Serve, Lead, Succeed.” 

“A Catholic education is a true blessing. Catholic Schools Week gives students and their families the opportunity to celebrate this gift,” Principal Sister Dorothy Sayers said.

One of the highlights of Catholic Schools Week 2020 was Holy Family Catholic School students participating in a Walk-A-Thon, which raised more than $8,100 for the Orphans Rising Missions – A Project of the Religious Teachers Filippini. Orphans Rising is an organization founded to raise resources and awareness for children orphaned by AIDS. For more, visit filippiniusa.org.

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Tim Freed was the managing editor for the West Orange Times & Observer and the Southwest Orange Observer. 

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