DAILY CATHOLIC    WEDNESDAY     September 1, 1999     vol. 10, no. 165

NEWS & VIEWS
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FIRST NEW INNER CITY CATHOLIC SCHOOL IN 40 YEARS

        INDIANAPOLIS, AUG 30 (ZENIT).- Indianapolis Archbishop Daniel Buechlein says it's an example that could be used to build more parochial schools throughout the country. The fact is that what many are calling the first new Catholic, inner city school to open in more than 40-years has just begun its inaugural school year.

        With the help and financial contributions of several corporations and sponsors that helped raise money for the project, Holy Angels Elementary School located in downtown Indianapolis on Martin Luther King Jr. Street has attracted 250 new students to its classrooms. While the beginnings of this new endeavor are simple it is hoped that it will be only the beginning of a new push to open, refurbish or renew other schools in urban areas that have been closed because of lack of funds. ZE99083022


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September 1, 1999       volume 10, no. 165
NEWS & VIEWS

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