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A Growing Shamrock Spirit Within the Youngest Rocks

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A Growing Shamrock Spirit Within the Youngest Rocks

Trinity freshmen from Flannan and Gonzaga houses took part in recollection day activities in the Convocation Hall and the Chapel.

Trinity freshmen from Flannan and Gonzaga houses took part in recollection day activities in the Convocation Hall and the Chapel.

photos by Cole Crush, co-editor in chief

Trinity freshmen from Flannan and Gonzaga houses took part in recollection day activities in the Convocation Hall and the Chapel.

photos by Cole Crush, co-editor in chief

photos by Cole Crush, co-editor in chief

Trinity freshmen from Flannan and Gonzaga houses took part in recollection day activities in the Convocation Hall and the Chapel.

ECHO Staff

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Powerful. Meaningful. Fun. A unique facet of high school education is evident nearly every week of the year as Trinity’s retreat and recollection programs focus on helping students grow in faith, in self-awareness and in connections to others.

Coordinated by Campus Ministers Mrs. Mary Emrich and Mr. Chris Luken, this week is typical as some seniors spent three retreat days at Mount St. Francis and groups of freshmen took part in activities in the Convocation Hall and the Chapel.

 

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