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Le Moyne’s Loyola Institute Continues Catholic Education with Credits, Tuition Dollars

Le Moyne’s Loyola Institute Continues Catholic Education with Credits, Tuition Dollars

| January 20, 2010

By Caroline K. Reff Last year, Le Moyne College announced the creation of The Loyola Institute, a unique program offering qualified students from Bishop Ludden Junior/Senior High School, Bishop Grimes Junior/Senior High School and Christian Brothers Academy in Syracuse the benefits of a Jesuit education and the opportunity to earn 12 college credits and up […]

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CAPs Off to Preserving Inner City Catholic Education

CAPs Off to Preserving Inner City Catholic Education

| January 20, 2010

With a rainbow of smiling faces in Pre-K through Grade 6, the Cathedral Academy at Pompei (CAP) represents the diocese’s commitment to preserving Catholic education in the inner city. Located in one of Syracuse’s most needy areas, students at CAP represent 20 different nationalities and ethnicities. Because many of CAP’s students live under the poverty […]

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Notre Dame Elementary Juggles Successful Consolidation Effort

Notre Dame Elementary Juggles Successful Consolidation Effort

| January 20, 2010

By Jim Jones A young boy juggles to survive in his medieval village. He comes upon a celebration of the Christ Child and the Blessed Virgin and decides to perform his juggling as a gift in front of their stained glass images. The Christ child appears sad in the artwork, so the juggler is determined […]

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