Forty-five Montgomery Catholic Preparatory School 6th grade students traveled to Mobile, Alabama to the Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate Conception for the Mass of Consecrated Life on October 9, 2015. The students along with their teachers Mrs. Mary Pears and Mrs. Lori Riggles, principal Mr. Matthew Monson and counselor Ms. JoAnn Erhardt traveled by bus to celebrate Mass with Archbishop Thomas J. Rodi. The students enjoy having lunch in the square after Mass and returned just in time for the varsity football game that evening. Mrs. Pears said, “The Mass was beautiful, and it is always special to be with Archbishop Rodi.”
Pictured are the sixth grade students in front of the Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate Conception. They are: Catherine Aaron, Tess Barwick, James Bender, Ethan Binns, McKinely Boyd, Cecelia Crawford, Samantha Day, Cade Delgado, Connor Donaldson, Jacob Downes, Will Driver, Ansley Erhardt, Ailish Gilbert, Carissa Gilbert, Cadence Golden, Angeles Gonzalez, Mallory Hildebrand, Brandon Hinkley, Grace Hoffman, Trey Holmes, Henry Holzimmer, Blair Huffman, Zach Izer, Michael Jones, Layne Jordan, Andres Lemuz, Aidan McNeely, Gabby Means, Anna Nekic, Ella Newell, Will Noell, Brian Povilus, Matthew Reardon, Samuel Rogers, Noble Seale, Gibson Souriya, Shawn Sponsler, Jordan Stokes, Jake Talbot, Alex Thurman, Maggie Turner, Alex Wieser, Auburn Wilcoxson and Hart Yost.
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