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      Sr. Catherine Marie, O.P.

      Dear St. Isaac Jogues School Families,
      “Give thanks to the Lord for He is good, for His mercy endures forever.” – Psalm 118:1
      As I reflect on my first encounters here at St. Isaac Jogues, these words of Scripture come to mind. I cannot help but give thanks to the Lord for the goodness He has shown me through each of you. Thank you to all of those in the school and parish family who have reached out to welcome our Community. With each new smiling face I have been reminded of the words of introduction from one of our own teachers: “You are going to love it here!” I must say, I already do! I have been impressed with the evident passion for and commitment to Catholic education that I witness
      in the teachers, parish members, parents and children of St. Isaac Jogues. The Holy Spirit is truly at work here, and I am confident that He will remain our Faithful Companion to make this upcoming school year a year of grace and growth for our children.

      You have been in my prayers, and ask that you please continue to pray daily for our faculty and school. Enjoy your summer, and I look forward to working with you during the 2014-2015 school year!

      Sister Catherine Marie, O.P., is our new school Principal. Sister Catherine Marie, hails from southern California. She holds a BS in Elementary Education with a concentration in social studies from Eastern Michigan University, and an MEd in Educational Administration from the University of Southern Mississippi. She has served the community both in education and in administration; she assisted the principal and served as Director of Curriculum and Instruction at Saint Michael's Academy in Worthington, Ohio. She just completed a year of study at the Pontifical University of Saint Thomas Aquinas (Angelicum) in Rome, Italy.


      Sr. Gianna Marie, O.P.
      Sister Gianna Marie, O.P., will be added to the teaching faculty. Sister is most recently from northern California, but has lived in several other states as well. She has a BS in Elementary Education with a concentration in mathematics from Eastern Michigan University. She is presently assigned to the community's Motherhouse in Ann Arbor. She is delighted to have the opportunity to join the St. Isaac Jogues Catholic School family this upcoming academic year.
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