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Youngstown Catholic teachers begin the school year with prayer

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YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio - More than 100 teachers, principals, and the Lumen Cristi Board of directors gathered on Monday for an 8:30 a.m. "kick off the school year" mass at Saint Dominic's parish
 
Mass was followed by a retreat where participants sealed their personal commitment to being Catholic educators.
 
According to it's web site, the Lumen Christi Catholic School system was formed in 2012 consisting of St. Patrick, St. Nicholas, St. Joseph and Immaculate Heart of Mary, St. Christine, St. Charles, Holy Family and the Early Childhood Learning Center at St. Luke, Holy Family and St. Christine.
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