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CCHS remembers Good Friday

Riley Hetherington, Editor-in-chief

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The Cathedral Catholic High School student body gathered in the Claver Center this past Wednesday to watch Campus Ministry juniors reenact the Stations of the Cross. A popular Good Friday tradition, watching or praying the Stations of the Cross symbolizes the painful journey Jesus Christ endured on his walk to crucifixion. Mrs. Nina Schrimpf’s Campus Ministry class was entirely responsible for putting on this year’s reenactment, doing everything from reading prayers, narrating scenes, preparing props, and taking on different acting roles.

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Riley Hetherington, Editor-in-chief

As my second year as El Cid Editor-in-Chief begins, I look forward to spending my senior year improving the newspaper and eventually leaving El Cid in...

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