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Cathedral celebrates its Blue Ribbon

The Blue Ribbon award is displayed for all to see.

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At an all-school assembly on Nov. 29 in the Welch Activity Center, students, faculty and staff, along with guests and distinguished alumni, gathered to celebrate the school’s National Blue Ribbon Award. Cathedral is the only high school in Indiana to receive the award this year. This marks the third time in the school’s history that Cathedral has won a Blue Ribbon. The celebration concluded with remarks by His Most Reverend Eminence, Cardinal Joseph Tobin.
blueribbon4Evan Shoettle
blueribbon5Liam Keenan

Mr. Barlow addresses the student body.

Liam Keenan
Mr. Barlow addresses the student body.

His Most Reverend Eminence Cardinal Joseph Tobin is speaking to all those in attendance.

Evan Shoettle
His Most Reverend Eminence Cardinal Joseph Tobin is speaking to all those in attendance.

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