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More than 30 seminarians from Mount St. Mary Seminary in Emmitsburg arrived at George Mason University in Fairfax Oct. 10 for a three-day “Evangelization Mission Trip.” The first mission trip was … more
On a sunny day in Washington, standing just behind an honor guard and surrounded by 60 veterans using canes or wheelchairs, Maria Carolla, an eighth-grader at St. Andrew the Apostle School in … more
Signs of Casey McLellan’s little sister, Shannon Sullivan, fill her classroom at Paul VI Catholic High School in Fairfax. It’s fitting, considering it was Shannon’s classroom a little more than … more
Faculty and students at St. Timothy School in Chantilly gathered after Mass Sept. 30 for a blessing of a new entrance area. The entrance will enhance security and hospitality by directing visitors to a lobby area instead of allowing access directly into the school. more
Saint John Paul the Great Catholic High School welcomed Arlington Bishop Paul S. Loverde and his secretary, Father Robert J. Wagner, to celebrate Mass Sept. 14. A tradition at the start of each … more
Bishop O’Connell High School in Arlington defeated Bishop Ireton High School in Alexandria 3-1. The game was played Sept. 26 in Alexandria. more
Swimmer Katie Scott wasn’t recruited much back when she decided to attend Marymount University in Arlington. Instead, as a high school senior from New Jersey, she walked into the head coach’s … more
Every Sept. 21 since 2005, on the United Nations International Day of Peace, schools and other organizations around the world have planted pinwheels with messages of peace. This year is no exception. … more
Ann Krebs has been named the new varsity softball coach at Bishop Ireton High School in Alexandria. Krebs is committed to building a competitive program and fostering relationships with the student … more
WASHINGTON — Georgetown University last year stripped from a building the name of one of its past presidents, a priest who authorized the sale of 272 women, children and men — slaves sold to save … more
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