Youth make local pilgrimage for life
University Catholic students pray outside of Planned Parenthood on Friday, Jan. 29. The high school students participating in “48 Hours for Life: Nashville” did the same on Saturday morning. After the national March for Life moved to a virtual format in mid-January, diocesan youth ministers quicly planned a local pro-life pilgrimage weekend. Photo courtesy of Father Gervan Menezes, University Catholic

Youth make local pilgrimage for life

Youth ministers from the Diocese of Nashville planned local pro-life weekend after March for Life trip was cancelled

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JPII quickly receives enough applications to fill middle school
Pope John Paul II High School has started accepting students for grades six through eight, which it will begin offering in the fall. The accepted students receive signs to post in their yard after they’ve been accepted. Photo by Andy Telli

JPII quickly receives enough applications to fill middle school

About 65 percent of the applications are for students currently outside the Catholic school system

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First dose of vaccines administered at Villa Maria Manor, and Mary, Queen of Angels
Sue Johnson, a resident at Mary, Queen of Angels Assisted Living Facility, receives the vaccine for the COVID-19 virus. Residents and staff at Mary, Queen of Angels and Villa Maria Manor have received the first dose of the vaccine and are scheduled to receive the second dose later in February. Photo courtesy of Mary, Queen of Angels Assisted Living Facility

First dose of vaccines administered at Villa Maria Manor, and Mary, Queen of Angels

Second doses of the vaccine are scheduled to be administered this month

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