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Catholic graduates celebrate at St. Henry's

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(Left to right) Deacon Richard Quistorff, Father Matthew Kuhn, Kneeling Financial Secretary Renee Doll and Regent Dianne Rohde-Szarke processed with the Eucharist to each car and blessed the graduate and their families at a parking lot event on Sunday, June 7. (Submitted photo)

On Sunday, June 7, Court St. Rita sponsored its annual graduation celebration at St. Henry's Catholic Church. Twenty-seven Catholic high school graduates from four cluster parishes received invitations to attend a special outdoor “stay in your car” event, according to a news release.

The Rev. Matthew Kuhn, assisted by Deacon Richard Quistorff and Deacon Randy Altstadt, processed with the Eucharist to each car and blessed the graduate and their families. Catholic Daughter Officers, in their robes, and the color guard stood at attention with the American flag.

Each graduate was presented a gift from Court St. Rita by Regent Dianne Rohde-Szarke and her officers.

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