Availability of Resources for promoting the Cause for Canonization

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This week, on March 4, is the 91st anniversary of the arrival of the Mercedarian Missionaries of Berriz to Saipan.

The promotion of the Cause for the Canonization of Blessed Margarita Maria Maturana, their foundress continues.  To that end, we joyfully share that the Novena for the Sick through her intercession is now available, without cost, at the Mt. Carmel Cathedral Rectory in ten of the languages represented on island.  Please feel free to come and get your copy to pray in the language of your choice.

THE NOVENA 
Available, without cost, at the Mt. Carmel Cathedral Rectory.
Another book entitled “The Little Girl Who Changed Her Name” for children through adults about Blessed Margarita has been re-published and is also available at the Mt. Carmel Rectory.  Subsidized for a short time, the cost per book is now only $7!  Get a copy for your child or grand-child or you–today!
THE BOOK published for the 90th Anniversary in 2018 is  also now available at the Mt. Carmel Rectory.  Publishing costs are covered at $15/book. Consider getting your own copy or gift one to a friend.
As we celebrate the First Death Anniversary of Bishop Emeritus Tomas A. Camacho this week on March 5, we recall that the book honors him in its opening pages.

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Mount Carmel School’s (MCS) 2017 Teacher of the Year, HeJin lee (fifth from left), and Support Staff of the Year, Marlon Villafuerte (fourth from left), were recognized by school officials. From left to right: Vice Principal Bobby Baldazo, Vice Principal Helene Manning, MCS Board Treasurer Will Hunter, Marlon Villafuerte, HeJin Lee, MCS Board Chair Vicente “Ben” Babauta, 2017 Teacher of the Year runner up, Luz Baldazo, Director for Northern Marianas College’s School of Education, Charlotte Cepeda, Dan Dan Middle School Vice Principal, Reo Arriola, Bishop Ryan P. Jimenez, and MCS President Galvin Deleon Guerrero.

MOUNT CARMEL SCHOOL RECOGNIZES 2017 TEACHER AND STAFF OF THE YEAR

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HeJin Lee, a 5th grade teacher at Mount Carmel School, was recognized this week as the school’s Teacher of the…