St. Cecilia robotics program builds robots and community
Members of the St. Cecilia Academy Ladybots robotics team compete in a First Tech Challege event. The Ladybots are competing in the TNFIRST Tennessee FTC Championship, a weeklong remote event April 12-17.

St. Cecilia robotics program builds robots and community

SCA is expanding its STEM offerings with a programming and coding class next year

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A modern app offers hope and help for the ancient Camino de Santiago
Father Mark Beckman, the pastor of St. Henry Church in Nashville, walked the Camino de Santiago in 2014. He is shown here at the alta de perdon near Pamplona, Spain. A new app, Camino for Good, allows people to walk the Camino virtually while supporting the owners of the small hostels that serve pilgrims along the route.

A modern app offers hope and help for the ancient Camino de Santiago

Camino for Good has provided $57,000 in grants to 21 small hostels along the pilgrimage route

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Students preparing for Confirmation learn their formation in faith is just beginning
The Diocese of Nashville hosted the SEALED Confirmation preparation retreat for about 250 young people from schools and parishes around the diocese on Saturday, April 10. The retreat featured talks by Bishop J. Mark Spalding, Franchelle Jaeger, Sister Caterina Joy, O.P., music by PJ Anderson and his band, and Mass was celebrated by Father Andrew Bulso. Seraphia Schroeder of St. John Vianney School in Gallatin, and her classmates dance to the music.

Students preparing for Confirmation learn their formation in faith is just beginning

Diocese hosts SEALED retreat for 250 teens preparing for Confirmation

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Churches serving community as sites for COVID-19 vaccines
The Metro Health Department administer COVID-19 vaccines at Sagrado Corazon Church in the Catholic Pastoral Center on Wednesday, April 7. The Tennessee Immigration and Refugee Rights Center helped organize the event. Nurse Terrie Johnson gives the vaccination to Rosalinda Castro.

Churches serving community as sites for COVID-19 vaccines

Cathedral, UCat to host second clinic on April 22

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