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Out and About in the Archdiocese for July 2024

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1) MTSM Runs the Flying Pig
Staff and seminarians at Mount St. Mary’s Seminary and School of Theology ran the Flying Pig Marathon. Back: Patrick Martin, Nicholas Kramer, Benjamin Kalis, Luke Danis, Gabriel Shroyer, John Cuppett, Connor White, Deacon Matthew Dimock, Deacon Matthew Harrison, Father Anthony Stoeppel. Front: Dr. Mary Catherine Levri, Andrew Nouanesengsy, Deacon Matthew Montag and Deacon Adam Lewis.

2) Hallie Sunshine Day in Xenia
St. Brigid School in Xenia celebrated fellow student Hallie’s chemo completion, her strength and her light by wearing yellow to support all childhood cancers, enjoying time outside, a special treat, and a school-wide service project! Blankets will be donated to Dayton Children’s Hospital and the Ronald McDonald House.

3) A Heart Safe School in Cincinnati
All Saints School in Cincinnati was presented a Heart Safe School Banner from Cincinnati Children’s Hospital in conjunction with Project ADAM. Project ADAM was launched to get systems into place in communities across the country to offer the best chance of survival for people who suffer a Sudden Cardiac Arrest. All Saints spent the last nine months preparing staff and students on what to do if someone has Sudden Cardiac Arrest.

4) Father Phelps Cooks for Staff
Father Brian Phelps broke out the grill and his homemade smoker to treat staff and teachers from Our Lady of Light Family of Parishes and Incarnation School in Centerville in thanks for all of their hard work this year.

This article appeared in the July 2024 edition of The Catholic Telegraph Magazine. For your complimentary subscription, click here .




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