Read more about the article Pope Prep celebrates the ‘gift’ of two founding teachers 
The Pope John Paul II Preparatory School Board of Trustees hosted a dinner to honor two of the school's founding faculty members, Karen Phillips and Betty Mayberry, on Friday, May 6, at Our Lady of the Lake Church.

Pope Prep celebrates the ‘gift’ of two founding teachers 

Karen Phillips, Betty Mayberry honored for contributions to the school

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Read more about the article Immigration reform cannot be delayed, pope says in message 
Migrants pray during an outdoor Mass in celebration of the World Day of Migrants and Refugees at Casa del Migrante shelter in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, Sept. 19, 2021. Pope Francis will celebrate World Day of Migrants and Refugees at the Vatican Sept. 25 this year. (CNS photo/Jose Luis Gonzalez, Reuters)

Immigration reform cannot be delayed, pope says in message 

‘We must accept Christ’s salvation, his Gospel of love’

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Read more about the article Restoration of Assumption Church progressing toward completion [Photo Gallery]
Craftsmen from Conrad Schmitt Studios of New Berlin, Wisconsin, re-installed the stained glass windows in the Church of the Assumption in the Germantown neighborhood of Nashville. The church was heavily damaged by tornadoes in March 2020. Restoration work at the church is ongoing. Nate Zabel of Conrad Schmitt Studios replaces the trim around one of the panels of a window depicting St. Anthony of Padua, a Franciscan priest.

Restoration of Assumption Church progressing toward completion [Photo Gallery]

Repairs after tornado could be finished by early 2023

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Read more about the article Knights from around the world heading to Nashville 
The Knights of Columbus Tennessee State Council held its annual state convention April 29-30 at the Marriott Cool Springs in Franklin. It was the first in-person state convention in three years. Bishop J. Mark Spalding of Nashville celebrated the Memorial Mass. Past State Deputies Mike Wills, left, of Knoxville and Steve Comm of Nashville tally votes for delegates to the Knights Supreme Convention to be held in Nashville in August.

Knights from around the world heading to Nashville 

Tennessee to host Knights of Columbus Supreme Convention in August

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Read more about the article Blessing a new tabernacle 
Father Luke Wilgenbusch, associate director of vocations for the Diocese of Nashville and associate pastor of Our Lady of the Lake Church in Hendersonville, blesses with incense the new tabernacle in the Deacons Chapel at the Catholic Pastoral Center. The new tabernacle is part of an ongoing beautification of the chapel, which is used by the diocese's diaconate formation program and for daily Masses at the Catholic Pastoral Center.

Blessing a new tabernacle 

Part of ongoing beautification of Deacons Chapel

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Read more about the article Immaculate Conception School thanks responders to chapel fire 
Immaculate Conception School in Clarksville held an open house on Thursday, May 5, to thank the emergency responders who fought a fire in the school chapel last September and others who helped with the subsequent restoration. Principal Stephanie Stafford expresses her gratitude to several of the firefighters who attended the open house.

Immaculate Conception School thanks responders to chapel fire 

‘We’re here to thank everybody for all they did’

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