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Sacred Heart Academy third graders held their own conclave to learn about the ancient process to elect the pope.

By Preston Bonadiman
Grade 6

REDLANDS—Here at Sacred Heart Academy the third grade class wanted to learn more about the conclave and the election of a pope. To do this they had their own conclave. This is how it went:

Read more: We have a pope!

By Andres Rivera
Staff Writer

BANNING—Tatyana Williams-Peace of Banning attended the Presidential Inaugural Conference in Washington, D.C. Jan. 19-23. The Presidential Inaugural Conference is an educational event held in Washington, D.C. every four years for middle school, high school and college students.

Read more: Aquinas student attends presidential inauguration

PALM SPRINGS—The K- Kids and Builders’ Clubs of St. Theresa School recently held their Fourth Annual “Sing for Their Supper” Karaoke Night. Students in grades K-8 had the opportunity to sing a favorite song solo, as a duo, or in a small group. They performed in the school gym before an audience of their parents and grandparents.

Read more: St. Theresa karaoke event benefits food bank

 For the second year in a row, former NFL great Mike McCoy brought his message of “decisions determine our destiny” to Catholic schools in the diocese in a series of talks he offered during Catholic Schools Week Jan. 28-Feb. 1.

Read more: Football great McCoy returns to diocese for school talks

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