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SCC Staff Celebrate the Feast Day of Saint Blaise of Sebaste

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In photo: Grade Eight teacher Mrs. K. Belanger gets her throat blessed by Chaplain and Deacon Steve Callaghan.

February 11, 2016 - February 3rd marks the feast day for Saint Blaise of Sebaste. Blaise was a physician before becoming a Bishop and is believed to have cured a young boy from death as he had a fish bone stuck in his throat. This miracle martyred him and the ritual of throat blessings began.
Every year the students and staff at S.C.C. have the option to have their throats blessed to keep them safe from injury or disease. This year, the throat blessing fell on an ice day so staff was blessed. This was a first for our elementary 7/8 teachers who are new to the S.C.C. family.

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