DETROIT — At Catholic schools across the Archdiocese of Detroit, late January and early February bring a recognition of the gifts God has given.
Catholic Schools Week, celebrated annually around the feast of St. John Bosco, patron saint of schoolchildren, highlights the faith, academics, extra-curriculars and blessings of a Catholic education. For many schools, it’s a week of parties, games and dress-up days — but the root of the celebration is the deep love of Jesus all Catholic schools share with their students.
This year, schools such as Most Holy Trinity in Detroit and St. Charles Borromeo Academy in Newport were highlighted as part of “Catholic Schools Week Live,” a traveling multimedia venture showing Catholic schools at their best.
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