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shrekIn late February and early March, St. Peter High School put on a quirky and tremendously entertaining version of “Shrek the Musical.” The production put on by St. Peter Players (also known as St. Peter Musical Theatre), had it all: great vocalists, a student orchestra, wonderful choreography, and plenty of humour. Students Lindsay White and Cole A. Harrison Priddle played the leads, Shrek and Fiona, in the play. Singing alone, as a duet, or backed up by the rest of the cast, they were phenomenal. 
Resurrection-Cross"Dear brothers and sisters in Christ:

Our Easter celebration begins with a proclamation of joy. “Exult, let them exult, the hosts of heaven…let the trumpet of salvation sound aloud our mighty King’s triumph! Be glad, let earth be glad…!”

God’s plan was to rescue people from sin, restoring us to friendship with himself. This has taken place in the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ! God has come to us in the Incarnate Son to give us hope of eternal life and to bless us with Easter joy."

  Read Archbishop Prendergast's full Easter Message for 2014  

During Holy Week – the most solemn week of the Catholic Church’s Calendar – the Most Rev. Terrence Prendergast, SJ, Archbishop of Ottawa, and his Auxiliary, Bishop Christian Riesbeck, CC will preside or participate in the following public liturgies and events.
doe forumThe Ottawa Catholic School Board held its annual Director’s Forum March 26 at St. Paul’s High School. The theme was “Working Together to Make Our Children Successful” and was attended by 250 parents and educators. Partnered with the Catholic School Parents’ Association and the Parent Involvement Committee, the evening started off with student-led displays on mental health awareness and bullying prevention/awareness.

Lester B. Pearson Catholic High School student, Bernice Reyes, sang our Board’s spiritual theme song “Hear Our Prayer.” Dr. Elizabeth Paquette (pictured on right), the Mental Health Lead and the Board’s Chief Psychologist, led off the evening giving an overview of the Board’s Mental Health Initiative.
 
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