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In celebration of the National Education Association’s Read Across America Day (March 3rd), student-athletes from St. Thomas Aquinas High School visited five area elementary schools to read books, answer some funny questions and demonstrate just how enjoyable reading can be. Led by Varsity Football Coach Eric Cumba, thirty student-athletes, dressed in their team uniforms, visited Pre-K and elementary students from St. Patrick School in Portsmouth, Sacred Heart School in Hampton, St. Mary Academy in Dover, St. Elizabeth Seton in Rochester and Woodman Park School in Dover…sharing their love for reading with the local community.
In a collection of talks to his clergy when he was archbishop of Buenos Aires, published under the title “Open Mind, Faithful Heart,” our Holy Father Pope Francis wrote often about “forming human hearts” as part of the evangelizing mission of the clergy. “Forming human hearts” is what our schools are striving to do each and every day, in countless ways. Read More
The mission of Catholic Schools in New Hampshire is to prepare students through the sacraments, sacred scripture, Catholic tradition, and high academic standards, and to inspire them to become transformative leaders working toward a more just and peaceful world. Learn more about Catholic schools in the links below.
Diocese of Manchester
The Catholic Church in New Hampshire
153 Ash Street, Box 310
Manchester, NH 03105-0310
Fax: (603) 669-0377
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