Read more about the article Pope Prep middle school grades off to ‘a really good start’
Pope John Paul II Preparatory School expanding its grade offerings this year to include the middle school grades. The expansion has gotten off to a good start, said Headmaster Michael Deely. Science teacher Janie Tuerff examines a rock with sixth grade students Jack Baker, left, and Michael Woronzoff during class discussion of sedimentary rocks.

Pope Prep middle school grades off to ‘a really good start’

Boost in enrollment continuing for next year

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Read more about the article Schools see success during a challenging year [Photo Gallery]
Students at Holy Rosary Academy are busy in class. Catholic Schools Week, to celebrate the accomplishments and excellence of Catholic schools, will be marked Jan. 30-Feb. 5. CeeCee Edwards, left, and River Burgin share a laugh while coloring in Amanda Pokracki's 4-year-old pre-kindergarten class.

Schools see success during a challenging year [Photo Gallery]

Catholic Schools Week will be Jan. 30-Feb. 5

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Read more about the article Catholic school teams hit the court [Photo Gallery]
In the Parochial League varsity girls basketball action on Monday, Jan. 17, the St. Bernard Academy Bears beat the St. Rose Stars 23-18. St. Bernard coaches Emily Wurz, left, and Caitlin Bradley talk to the team during halftime.

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Highlights from Parochial League varsity girls basketball on Jan. 17

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Read more about the article Sacred Heart volunteers show students ‘everyone is God’s child’
Colleen Vess and Jeffrey Littrell, who have special needs, both help their mothers at Sacred Heart School in Loretto. Colleen, a teacher's assistant at the school, helps a student in the pre-kindergarten class learn to read.

Sacred Heart volunteers show students ‘everyone is God’s child’

Employee, volunteer with special needs contribute to the school

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Read more about the article New resource library allows schools to borrow teaching materials
Learning specialists and counselors for Catholic schools in the Diocese of Nashville got their first look at the Catholic Schools Office's new Resource Library during a recent meeting at the Catholic Pastoral Center. The library includes materials and programs for students with learning differences. Anna Lombardi of St. Henry School, left, and Carolyn Miller of Sacred Heart School in Lawrenceburg look over some of the materials.

New resource library allows schools to borrow teaching materials

Will benefit teachers working with students with learning differences

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Read more about the article Tennessee Knights strengthen faith formation efforts [Photo Gallery]
The Tennessee Council of the Knights of Columbus held its Midyear Meeting on Friday and Saturday, Jan. 7-8, in Nashville. Saturday's agenda included the business meeting and a men's retreat, "The Road to Heaven is 'One Way,'" which was held at the Catholic Pastoral Center in Nashville and livestreamed across the state. On Friday, the Memorial Mass was celebrated by Bishop J. Mark Spalding of Nashville at the Cathedral of the Incarnation. Associate State Chaplain Father Gervan Menezes of Nashville kneels before the Eucharist during Adoration held as part of the retreat.

Tennessee Knights strengthen faith formation efforts [Photo Gallery]

First state to name a Director of Evangelization and Faith Formation

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Read more about the article Vocations in Progress dinner highlights men, women in formation [Photo Gallery]
The Serra Club of Nashville hosted the annual Vocations In Progress Dinner for seminarians of the Diocese of Nashville and sisters in formation for the Dominican Sisters of St. Cecilia on Tuesday, Dec. 21, 2021, in the Bishops Hall at the Catholic Pastoral Center.

Vocations in Progress dinner highlights men, women in formation [Photo Gallery]

Sponsored by the Serra Club of Nashville

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Read more about the article Donelson Knights opening new hall to the community
The Knights of Columbus Council 4972 in Donelson has completed renovations of its Bishop Richard Pius Miles Hall on McGavock Pike. The hall includes a chapel, banquet room, brides room, kitchen and meeting rooms. Bob Schapker, from left, Stephen Watson, Mike O'Connor and Jody Sanders, members of the board of directors for the hall, sit in the renovated chapel, which seats 250.

Donelson Knights opening new hall to the community

Building has facilities for weddings, receptions, meetings and other events

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Read more about the article Cross and steeple lifted high to return to top of Assumption Church
A new steeple is lifted into place at the Church of the Assumption in Nashville, TN on Wednesday, 15 December 2021. The steeple was repaired after much of the church was damaged when a tornado swept across Middle Tennessee on March 3, 2020. Father Bede Price has been overseeing the repair work at the church.

Cross and steeple lifted high to return to top of Assumption Church

Had been removed after 2020 tornado damaged historic church

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