St. Ambrose gives students farm to table experience at Summer Workshop

St. Ambrose gives students farm to table experience at Summer Workshop

"If you love someone, cook for them!" This was the inspiration for the 2018 St. Ambrose Academy Summer Workshop, in which students entering grades five to nine experienced a hands-on journey from the farm, to the kitchen, to the table, over two weeks during the summer break.

Catholic school alumni help in the Philippines

Catholic school alumni help in the Philippines

St. Joseph Catholic School alumni in Fort Atkinson had the opportunity to travel to the Philippines on a mission trip recently.

Our Lady Queen of Peace School hosts inaugural Game Day

Our Lady Queen of Peace School hosts inaugural Game Day

Our Lady Queen of Peace School recently hosted an inaugural QP Game Day, which promoted school athletics in a festive, interactive atmosphere that excited players, coaches, and fans.

St. Ambrose Academy students put faith into action during fall Service Day

St. Ambrose Academy students put faith into action during fall Service Day

St. Ambrose Academy students are developing love for Jesus both in the classroom and the chapel throughout the school year.

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Written by Carolyn Averill, For the Catholic Herald   
Thursday, Nov. 01, 2018 -- 12:00 AM

MADISON -- St. Ambrose Academy students are developing love for Jesus both in the classroom and the chapel throughout the school year.

But, in order to embody the school motto "Christ is Everything for Us," that love must also spill over into acts of charity toward others, bringing the love that God has for us into our regular habits and actions.

On Friday, Oct. 19, the entire student body put that principle into practice at 15 sites throughout the Diocese of Madison -- from Camp Gray in Reedsburg to The Beacon in downtown Madison and Second Harvest on the east side -- during the fall semester Service Day.

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Our Lady Queen of Peace School hosts inaugural Game Day planned by Spirit Club Print E-mail
Thursday, Oct. 18, 2018 -- 12:00 AM

MADISON -- Our Lady Queen of Peace School (a.k.a. QP) recently hosted an inaugural QP Game Day, which promoted school athletics in a festive, interactive atmosphere that excited players, coaches, and fans.

Organized by QP's own Spirit Club, which is made up of over 20 middle school students, the event was filled with activities to promote athletics and school pride.

The fall Game Day focused on girls volleyball, as QP's fifth to eighth grade teams faced off against opponents from other Madison Area Independent Sports League (MAISL) schools.

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Catholic school alumni help in the Philippines Print E-mail
Thursday, Sep. 13, 2018 -- 12:00 AM

FORT ATKINSON -- St. Joseph Catholic School alumni in Fort Atkinson had the opportunity to travel to the Philippines on a mission trip recently.

Working with the Fort Atkinson Rotary Club, these six members of the High School Interact Club were selected to travel to Mararison Island and help with the project.

The school alumni included: Holland Foelker, Ernest Bos, Emmalee Buchta, Riley Koehler, Eli Koehler, and Ben Nelson.

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St. Ambrose gives students farm to table experience at Summer Workshop Print E-mail
Written by Carolyn Averill, For the Catholic Herald   
Thursday, Aug. 30, 2018 -- 12:00 AM

MADISON -- "If you love someone, cook for them!"

This was the inspiration for the 2018 St. Ambrose Academy Summer Workshop, in which students entering grades five to nine experienced a hands-on journey from the farm, to the kitchen, to the table, over two weeks during the summer break.

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My grandmother's birthday is coming up and she does not live in this country, so my family will not be able to see her. We will call her -- she has not figured out Skype yet -- and we will talk and laugh, talk about her great-grandchildren and her sisters, and wish we could celebrate together. This year, I also want to thank her for everything we have learned from her example -- including her faith in Christ through Mary.

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