A Great Boost from Archbishop Hebda

The Wittman Fund is set up specifically to benefit “the poor, homeless, and disadvantaged” and is always given at the discretion of the Archbishop of St. Paul and Minneapolis.  Teach for Christ was given the grant to support our work at the Ascension Academy Schools, which include Ascension, John Paul II, and Peter Claver. All three are inner city schools serving underprivileged students, and we work with all of them.

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Kendra Posch
April Spotlight: John Eilen

Teach for Christ is thrilled to have hired John as Vice President of Development for this upcoming school year. In this capacity, John will be advocating and fundraising on behalf of the organization, while remaining a part of the residential community. We look forward to working with John as we advance the mission of supporting Catholic schools and reflecting Christ’s love to the students we encounter!

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Kendra Posch
Elizabeth Peloquin: A Happily Annoyed Servant

“There is something about working with and for children that makes it all so worth it,” she says. “It is not something that you can explain unless you do it yourself.” Having served in this way, tired as she is, every night she goes to bed confident that, today, she has done something good.

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Kendra Posch
Special Guest Archbishop Hebda

Dinner at Frassati House is a fairly common occurrence. About once a week, Teach for Christ gets together in some fashion to be in community. We eat something cooked up together and share a few laughs as we recount the week’s adventures. However, our dinner one evening this March was no common occurrence. We had the distinct pleasure of welcoming His Excellency, Archbishop Bernard Hebda into our home and at our table

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Kendra Posch