Pro-life speaker Sarah-Mary Toce visits St. Paul’s Catholic School

Pro-life speaker Sarah-Mary Toce, Fr. Naples and Carrie Handy from the Pro-life office of the Diocese of Burlington. Carrie Handy.

Pro-life speaker Sarah-Mary Toce, Fr. Naples and Carrie Handy

from the Pro-life office of the Diocese of Burlington.

Students attend pro-life presentation.

Students attend pro-life presentation.

WHEN THE SAINTS GO MARCHING IN.

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Students celebrate All Saints’ Day with costumes, a parade and oral reporting to the whole school at an assembly.  (See class pages for additional photos.)

Our Lady of Victory – Pray For Us.

St. Paul's Soccer Team finished the season with a win amid snowflakes.

St. Paul’s Soccer Team finished the season with a win amid snowflakes.

Fall is Here

Students were given pumpkins from the McAllister Family Farm.

Students were given pumpkins from the McAllister Family Farm.

St. Paul’s School on Pilgrimage to Montreal

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On Sat. Oct. 16th, students, their family and friends traveled to St. Joseph’s Oratory in Montreal, Quebec for a day-long pilgrimage.  St. Joseph’s started as a small chapel in 1904 by St. Andre Bessette and was consecrated in 2004 as a great basilica.  It is the number one shrine in North America, and attracts pilgrims from everywhere in the world.

Honoring Bishop Emeritus Angel at Funeral Mass in Burlington

Mrs. Ledoux, Jacob Sicard and Isabella Groff represent St. Paul's at Bishop Emeritus Angel's Funeral Mass in Burlington.

Mrs. Ledoux, Jacob Sicard and Isabella Groff represent St. Paul’s at Bishop Emeritus Angel’s Funeral Mass in Burlington.

New priests tour St. Paul’s School and meet with students and faculty.

(l to r) Fr. Oliver, from the Philippines, Fr. Curtis Miller, from St. J, Fr. Naples and Principal Beloin

Grades 7/8 Health/Science Class experiment a success.

Diocese of Burlington Welcomes two new priests.

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Welcome Father Joseph, (left) who will be working in the St. Albans area and welcome Father Rod, (right) who will be assigned to the Northeast Kingdom.

St. Paul’s Catholic School students celebrate first school Mass.