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placeholder March 4, 2013   •   VOL. 51, NO. 5   •   Oakland, CA
Program brings conclave to the classroom

Students in classrooms served by the Catholic Telemedia Network will be able to view "What is a Conclave?" a program on the election of the pope aimed at junior high school students.

The program, scheduled to be taped the first week in March, will feature several students from Diocese of Oakland schools.

Teacher Anne Comiskey will lead the lesson. Rev. Robert Herbst, OFM, Conv., judicial vicar of the Diocese of Oakland, will participate in the program, which will be available to classrooms after editing.

 
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