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Catching Up with Principal Doreen Dougherty of Holy Redeemer H.S.

  How are things going at Holy Redeemer High School in Wilkes Barre? “So far, so good,” says Principal Doreen Dougherty. “Our biggest efforts were trying to mobilize through distance learning in a relatively quick time period.” That happened in March when
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PCC Press Release on PA House Passage of Marriage at 18 Bill

PA CATHOLIC CONFERENCE APPLAUDS HOUSE PASSAGE OF MARRIAGE ACT HARRISBURG, PA — The Pennsylvania Catholic Conference applauds today’s passage of House Bill 360, which, in addition to addressing some covid-19 related concerns, establishes 18 as the minimum age for marriage in Penn
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PCC Press Release on Governor’s Veto of Telemedicine Bill

PCC LAMENTS GOVERNOR’S VETO OF TELEMEDICINE BILL  HARRISBURG, Pa. — The Pennsylvania Catholic Conference today lamented Governor Wolf’s veto of the Telemedicine Bill that had passed the House and Senate. “This is very distressing,” said Eric Failing, the Executive Di
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Closed buildings Not Slowing Down St. Joseph’s Catholic Academy

  Who would have thought that preparation for using snow days to educate grade school kids would have such an impact on schools in a year where there really wasn’t that much snow across Pennsylvania?  Yet preparation for bad weather actually left many PA Catholic schools in
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Bishop Carroll High School Didn’t Miss a Beat With Shutdown

When the big shutdown hit across the state several weeks ago, Bishop Carroll High School in Ebensburg didn’t stop. They merely shifted gears. The groundwork was already in place for on-line learning since the school was in a “one-to-one” situation. “Each studen
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Bishop McCort High School Keeps Right on Rolling, and Educating

When Governor Wolf shut down schools across the country back in March, Catholic schools like Bishop McCort High School in Johnstown were ready. “Our parents, teachers and students have had to adapt to this new type of learning, on-line and I’m going to be honest with you,
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PCC Press Release on PA Senate Passage of Telemedicine Bill

PCC APPLAUDS PA SENATE FOR PASSING TELEMEDICINE BILL IN SAFE FORM     HARRISBURG, Pa. — The Pennsylvania Catholic Conference today applauded the PA Senate passage of Senate Bill 857–Telemedicine– in a form that retains current protections against dangerous drugs identified
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