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.

Eyes opened to human struggles on mission trip

Eyes opened to human struggles on mission trip

The mission trip is a long-standing tradition, made available only to juniors at Edgewood High School. It is a service immersion experience..

St. Peter School holds trivia bee

St. Peter School holds trivia bee

After a few-weeks' delay due to this winter's record snow and cold, St. Peter School in Ashton held its Catholic trivia bee on March 1.

 

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NEW CONTEST -- "Lent 2019: Holy Hearts for Jesus”

The Catholic Herald is sponsoring a Lenten writing and drawing contest with the theme, "Lent 2019: Holy Hearts for Jesus." Below are materials explaining the contest.

We hope you will encourage your teachers and students to participate in this contest. Please follow the contest rules carefully. The best entries will be published in the Catholic Herald.

We especially want to thank Margie Schels, a teacher at St. John the Baptist School in Jefferson, who developed the idea for this contest. She has helped with the Catholic Herald youth contests since 2003.

If you have any questions, please contact the Catholic Herald office at 608-821-3070 or me directly at 608-821-3072.

Thank you very much, and may God continue to bless all of you, especially during the upcoming season of Lent.

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St. Peter School holds trivia bee Print
Written by Kevin Wondrash, Catholic Herald Staff   
Thursday, Mar. 14, 2019 -- 12:00 AM

ASHTON -- After a few-weeks' delay due to this winter's record snow and cold, St. Peter School in Ashton held its Catholic trivia bee on March 1, as part of the school's belated Catholic Schools Week activities.

Students in grades 3K to five were divided up into their four spirit groups, each with their own saint and color: St. Clare -- violet, St. Francis -- green, St. Peter -- red, and St. Paul -- white.

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Event on ‘Responding to a Digital World’ Print
Written by Melissa Cary, For the Catholic Herald   
Thursday, Mar. 14, 2019 -- 12:00 AM

MADISON -- Our Lady Queen of Peace School will host a relevant event on Thursday, March 21, "Responding to a Digital World."

In our world today, technology is a vehicle to enhance learning and to promote various modes of communication.

Here, at Our Lady Queen of Peace School, we strive to continue to build knowledge through exposure to many forms of technology. With this knowledge comes great responsibility.

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St. Ambrose presents Wizard of Oz Print
Written by Carolyn Averill, For the Catholic Herald   
Thursday, Mar. 07, 2019 -- 12:00 AM

MADISON -- St. Ambrose Academy (SSA), Madison, presents The Wizard of Oz on March 29-31, at the Verona High School Performing Arts Center, 300 Richards St., Verona.

For a well-known story that reminds us that "there's no place like home," a father-daughter double billing is quite appropriate.

The SAA musical theatre program is bringing the classic tale by L. Frank Baum to the stage with a poignant twist: Catherine Carey brings the role of Dorothy to life alongside her father, Patrick Carey, as Professor Marvel/The Wizard.

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This Lent, be holy/ Esta Cuaresma, seamos santos

For the past three years, my hope was that some columns could help at least one person along the way -- either by sharing testimonies or examples of inspiring adults, opinions on ways to nurture hope and faith, or by providing concrete advice for action.

As we enter more deeply into these weeks of Lent, here are reminders that could help us grow in holiness, in addition to traditional Lenten practices like fasting and almsgiving:

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