St. Katharine Drexel Regional Catholic School in Holland, Bucks County welcomed Archbishop Nelson Perez for a visit in which he celebrated Mass for the school community, toured the school, met with students and dedicated the new learning center. St. Katharine Drexel’s preschoolers were especially thrilled with the visit. The school, with 418 students as of 2020, is located at St. Bede Parish in Holland and accepts students from there as well as Assumption B.V.M. in Feasterville. Read complete coverage of the visit here, and learn more at SKDSchool.org. (Photos by Sarah Webb)
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