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Never-give-up attitude prevails at Most Holy Trinity Academy

De Smet Jesuit High School sophomore Cameron Rodgers played one-on-one basketball with Most Holy Trinity eighth-grader Davion Ford. Cameron is part of the “Give Back” work- study program at Access Academies, in which graduates of the academies who are in high school or college return to provide assistance and mentoring to current students.

Cameron Rodgers is comfortable at De Smet Jesuit High School in Creve Coeur, where the sophomore excels in the classroom and on the football field and track.

That comfort level is matched or exceeded at Most Holy Trinity Academy in north St. Louis, where he serves as a tutor and assistant basketball coach. He's an effective leader, assisting the grade-schoolers with their studies and athletic skills.

Annual Catholic Appeal gets generous response

Asia Harris and Kendra Beard, fourth-graders at Most Holy Trinity School, played on a merry-go-round at recess. Most Holy Trinity is among many organizations that receive funding from the Annual Catholic Appeal.

The 2015 Annual Catholic Appeal has raised a record $14.9 million, exceeding its goal of $13.25 million.

More than 54,000 households participated in the effort to raise funds for vital services and outreach in the 11-county Archdiocese of St. Louis.

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