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Catholic Schools Week

by Pat Burns


Catholic Schools Week

Mount Mercy Academy will have several activities occur to celebrate Catholic Schools Week.  The week will feature various themes each day, all centering on celebrating.  The week commence on Monday with Celebrating Your Community which will be a Dress Down Day in Mercy Wear to foster school unity.  Tuesday is Celebrating Your Students Day which will include listening to Catholic Inspired Music.  Wednesday is Celebrating the Nation Day and each grade level will participate in All-American games.  Thursday is Celebrating Vocations Day and the student body will be participating in an activity to show appreciation for the Sisters of Mercy.  The week will end on Friday with Celebrating Faculty, Staff and Volunteers.  The day will feature a mass celebrated by The Most Reverend Michael Fisher, the Bishop of the Buffalo Diocese.  


Also, sophomore Brogan Maloney (Lackawanna) has organized a Paper Products drive to benefit the Buffalo Peace House.  The four classes will be competing for the next two weeks to see which class can collect the most essential products for the Buffalo Peace House.


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