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FAW2016: Be Part of Our Journey! — 4 Comments

  1. Father James,
    Thank you for sharing your experiences! Mercy High School in Connecticut is traveling to some of the same sites in February. We will be taking twelve of our astronomy club members to Kitt Peak, the Mirror Lab, and a few other sites. The students are excited to get a preview through your posts before they go!

    • My science students and I want to thank Brother Guy and everyone at Catholic Astronomer and the Vatican Observatory for providing education and inspiration for us! Thanks also to the Pastor of my parish, Father James T. Gregory of St. Teresa of Avila in Woodbury, CT. He attended the first “Faith and Astronomy Workshop” and brought new insights to the parish. It is wonderful that there are priests and educators bringing this into the schools and parishes. Keep up the great work and know that this generation of students is incredibly grateful!

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