Southside Catholic, St. Mary's students who died during war honored

LISA JOHNSTON | lisajohnston@archstl.org
St. Mary's High School is remembering and honoring former students who died serving their country. The southside archdiocesan boys high school has a new plaque bearing the names of 23 former students at St. Mary's and its predecessor school, South Side Catholic High School, who died while in the military in World War II, the Korean War and the Vietnam War. The plaque was dedicated during an all-school Mass Dec. 12 and hangs in the hallway near the school chapel.

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