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Cor Jesu junior aces ACT

Junior Hannah Nicholson recorded the top composite score of 36 on the ACT in February, becoming the third Cor Jesu Academy to earn the top score this academic year. On average, less than one-tenth of one percent of students taking the ACT gets the top score.

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Wuerl: 'Enduring presence of Christ in Eucharist' at heart of the faith

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Bishops says time is now to address gun violence in 'comprehensive way'

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Bishop Pepe of Las Vegas retires; Bishop Thomas to succeed him

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Tutoring grant

The Saigh Foundation recently presented the English Tutoring Project (ETP) with a $5,000 grant for its mission to provide English language skills for children at no charge to the families or schools served. ETP, founded in 1998 by 17 congregations of women religious, serves 116 students from 14 countries of origin in eight Catholic elementary schools in the Archdiocese of St. Louis. The foundation was created by Fred M. Saigh to serve as a legacy of the gifts he gave throughout his lifetime to the community of St. Louis. Saigh was the child of immigrants.

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