BALTIMORE (AP) — Thousands of Catholic school educators will kick off the school year with convocation in downtown Baltimore.

 

Barbara McGraw Edmondson, schools superintendent for the Archdiocese of Baltimore, will host about 2,000 teachers and administrators Monday at an inaugural Catholic Schools Convocation at the Baltimore Convention Center.

 

Archbishop Edwin O’Brien will offer a video greeting, and Auxiliary Bishops Mitchell Rozanski and Denis Madden will celebrate a Mass of thanksgiving for the upcoming school year. The event also includes an awards ceremony to honor educators celebrating milestone anniversaries.

 

(Copyright 2011 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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  1. Patrick OMalley says:

    Of course, there is still the problem that the Catholic church is still hiding their pedophile priests, as you can see from cases in Philadelphia and Kansas City in 2011. To see how dangerous it STILL is, read the first 6 pages of the Philly Grand Jury report which you can find if you Google “Philadelphia district attorney grand jury report”.

    Parents – never let your children be alone near Catholic priests and teachers.

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