When I was in grade school, I looked forward to May, not because it was the end of the school year – though that was exciting – but because it was the month of the Blessed Mother (and my birthday!) Every May, I would set up a “May Altar” in my bedroom. I really don’t […]
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Dear Members of the Archmere Community: The current Strategic Plan, now in its fifth and final year, is being refreshed with discussions beginning at the level of the Board of Trustees and continuing with meetings of the administration and faculty and staff. The five focus areas of the current plan are being considered as organizing […]
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Today’s Word: “This is the day the Lord has made; let us be glad and rejoice” (Psalm 118:24) On This Date… On April 19, 1775 the “shot heard round the world” was fired at Lexington, MA signaling the beginning of the American Revolution; today the Museum of the American Revolution opened at 123 Chestnut Street […]
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Today’s Word: “Do not be afraid” (Matthew 28:10) On This Date… On April 15, 1134, Easter Sunday, Saint Norbert celebrated his last Mass; he died of illness on June 6 at age 54. On April 15, 1865, Holy Saturday, President Abraham Lincoln died at age 56; he had begun his 2nd term 41 days earlier, and placed on […]
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On This Date… Today is the first day of the Jewish Passover (it began at sundown last evening). Passover will end at sundown on Tuesday, April 18. Passover seders occur on the evenings of April 10 and 11. The main food is matzah, unleavened bread. During the seder there will be the retelling of the […]
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