Villa students learn reality of stem-cell research

Lisa A. Johnston

Upon entering the sprawling, lush green campus at Villa Duchsene/Oak Hill School in Frontenac, visitors are greeted by a small lawn sign, inviting them to join the community for Mass each Tuesday morning. A second sign announces that the Rosary is prayed every Wednesday.

But deep within the stone walls of the school lies another example of the community's Catholic identity, following in the tradition of Sacred Heart schools.

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