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Nota Bene March 10, 2019

St. Patrick's students thank superintendent in person

By Agnieszka Ruck

CISVA superintendent Deacon Henk Luyten (left) and some staff members receive handmade cards from the students of St. Patrick's School in Maple Ridge. (Clive Heah photos)

Students at St. Patrick's School in Maple Ridge took the time to personally thank and offer prayers to superintendent Deacon Henk Luyten and his staff this February.

During Catholic Schools Week, a team of students delivered handmade cards and spiritual bouquets to the superintendents' office at the John Paul II Pastoral Centre, met Deacon Luyten, and sat down with Archbishop J. Michael Miller, CSB, to talk about the theme of this school year: "What do you want of me, Lord?"

Archbishop Miller sits down to talk with students.