January 24, 2022

It is natural for us to reference events or changes in our lives as “before” and “after” statements, e.g., “That happened before I left for college” or “We did that after we moved here.” Since March 2020, “before COVID” has joined the list of ways we mark how life was and how it is. During these nearly two years of uncertainty, we have found reassurance in things that have remained constant. One of the constants has been our Catholic schools. You might recall that when in-person learning ended that month, our schools adapted quickly and were able to provide quality virtual education for the remainder of the academic year. During the summer of 2020, after consulting with our diocesan Office…

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