Msgr. Albin Grous, pastor of St. Andrew the Apostle Parish in Drexel Hill, Delaware County, celebrated Mass on Sunday, Jan. 28 to begin the observance of Catholic Schools Week at his parish school, along with all schools in the Philadelphia Archdiocese this week. Msgr. Grous and St. Andrew School Principal Helen McLean received national honors from the National Catholic Educational Association, along with three others in the archdiocese, the most of any in the United States. Read all about how they revived enrollment for the now-thriving St. Andrew School. (Photos by Sarah Webb)
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