graduation

Academy at St. Sabina celebrates eighth graders entering their next chapter in education

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Cassandra Noldon smoothed her son's shirt and tie in the vestibule of St. Sabina Church as they awaited the start of his graduation ceremony.

Bryce Noldon smiled as he thought about heading to Bishop DuBourg High School in the fall. During a visit to the school last year, he got to check out the classrooms, including the science lab, where he will study his favorite subject.

The best part of the visit? "The laptops," he said with a grin.

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Kurt Nelson

Last weekend the Church celebrated Pentecost. This feast commemorates the occasion of the Holy Spirit descending on the apostles in the form of tongues of fire — therefore red is the liturgical color for the day. So you can imagine that the seniors participating in Bishop DuBourg High School's Baccalaureate Mass on this year's Feast of Pentecost were an impressive sight at Our Lady of Sorrows Church in their red and white graduation robes.

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The caps and gowns have been sized. The announcements are in the mail, and the parties are being planned. The anticipation of graduation is around us. Seeing the excitement of young people as they prepare to embark on a new career or a new pathway of learning stirs up feelings of pride and joy, especially from parents and relatives.

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