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Happy St. Patrick's Day from the LC Community. Last Sunday in Philadelphia, our students, faculty and staff marched in the 247th Annual St. Patrick's Day Parade. Despite the cold temps, everyone had a great experience.
LC students joined with other students from the 18 Archdiocesan high schools during Catholic Schools Week at St. Charles Seminary, to prepare 50,000 meals that will be distributed to provide immediate hunger relief where it is needed most. Philadelphia Archbishop Charles Chaput announced the historic partnership between Catholic Relief Services (CRS), the official international humanitarian relief agency of the Catholic Church in the US and the 18 secondary schools.
Our students, staff, faculty and administrators all joined in with thousands of supporters on Friday, January 27 at the 44th Annual March For Life in Washington, DC. Special thank you to Kevin Boland '53 for providing our yellow (and warm) knit hats!
Students will be joining thousands of marchers from around the country on Friday, January 27 for the Annual March For Life in Washington, DC. Here some are preparing signs for the day; Jen Krolikowski '17 (St. Rose/Mater Dei), Michaela Mazzeo '17 (St. Marie Goretti/Indian Crest), Colleen McFadden '17 (MMR), Vince Opdyke '17 (St. Jude), Shane Ward '17 (MMR), Jasmine Hernandez '17 (St. Marie Goretti/Mater Dei), Matt McQuaite '17 (Corpus Christi), Abby Stauffer '18 (St. Agnes/SASH).
Thanks to all our students, faculty, staff and families from Corpus Christi Parish and Holy Rosary School, who joined us for the Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service. We prepared over 500 breakfast bags for the non-profit organization, Aid For Friends, who will distribute them to the elderly and shut-ins in Northeast Philadelphia.
Our Lansdale Catholic December Community Service Corps event was the Toy Drive for the students at St. Francis School in Norristown. We had more than enough donations from our LC families so every child at St. Francis could receive a gift.
Our Lansdale Catholic families came through once again with over 60 boxes of food donated for Thanksgiving. Our students collected, boxed and then delivered the food to Keystone Hospice in Wyndmoor so those families could enjoy a Thanksgiving meal together. What a great way to share Thanksgiving Blessings with others!
In November, our families donated over 60 boxes of food that our students collected, boxed and then delivered to Keystone Hospice, so their families could enjoy Thanksgiving together.
In October, not only did students gather over 125 pumpkins for the Melmark facility, but they also participated in the Walk to Cure Juvenile Diabetes in Philadelphia.