Catholic high school students ask tough questions of Archbishop Schnurr at videoconference
Catholic high school students ask tough questions of Archbishop Schnurr at videoconference
February 17th, 2011 by vocations
 

Catholic Schools Week usually brings many unique opportunities to highlight the unique contribution that Catholic Schools make to our Church and our world.

Archbishop Schnurr took the opportunity to once again meet with students at various high schools across the diocese in a videoconference, allowing them to ask him questions, and vice versa.  The Catholic Telegraph provides the following article.

Catholic high school students ask tough questions of Archbishop Schnurr at videoconference.

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