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Survey: Readers to rank the top 10 stories of 2013

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Various covers from the 2013 volume of The Catholic Telegraph. The Catholic Telegraph is asking readers online to vote to rank the top 10 stories of 2013. (CT Photo/John Stegeman)

Staff Report

The Catholic Telegraph is seeking input from readers in selecting our top 10 stories of 2013.

With the help of website analytics and staff consultation, The Catholic Telegraph was able to select 10 of the biggest stories that appeared in print or on the website in the past year. Many great and important stories that appeared in the newspaper this year are not on the list, but the stories below represent a balance of features and news.  

Now it is up to you, the reader, to select the order of the top 10. The survey will be available until Dec. 16 for voting.

The below survey will allow you to rank the 10 stories in order from No. 1 (top story) to No. 10 and the results will be published in the January edition of the newspaper.

Before voting, feel free to check out the nominated stories at the following links.

Pope Benedict XVI resigns

Conclave elects Pope Francis

La Salle copes with tragedy

Royalmont Academy to become High School

Archdiocese unveils new look GCL

CMA breaks record

Last Sister of Charity retires at St. William

Archbishop Schnurr signs memorandum of understanding with Girl Scouts

Summit teacher uses diagnosis as lesson in faith

More than 350 donate hair for cancer patients at Seton HS

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