In ‘school year unlike any other,’ Archbishop Gregory encourages Catholic schools to turn to the Holy Spirit for help
As the 2020-21 school year begins for Catholic school communities throughout the Archdiocese of Washington during the COVID-19 pandemic, Archbishop Wilton Gregory encouraged students and parents, teachers and administrators to let the Holy Spirit guide them throughout this new school year.
“That is the way that the Holy Spirit works in our world,” the archbishop said at the Archdiocese of Washington’s Opening of Schools Mass and awards ceremony that aired on YouTube on Aug. 24. “He provides directions and guidance that may not be clear to us at this present moment, but will always produce a harvest of success according to the designs of God.”
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