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The People of Praise Responds to Recent Press

Over the past few weeks the People of Praise has received a great deal of attention in the press. Here, we aim to correct the record and provide clarity on a few important points.

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"The seed grew and became a tree, and the birds of the air sheltered in its branches." (Lk. 13:19)

"On Trinity" Video Series Debuts

Two Trinity School alumni are creating a series of marketing videos about Trinity Schools. Elizabeth Grams (South Bend) is the producer and director of the series, called “On Trinity.” Joe Gleason (South Bend) is assistant director.

So far, the series consists of twelve interviews with Greenlawn alumni, parents and students. Alumni: Pete Byrne, Andrew Dits, David Go, Stephen Sanford, Molly Lynn Westrate. Students: Brady Adams, Jade Comer, Eddie Linczer. Parents: Bill and Kate Adams, Arnold and Mary del Pilar, Immaculee Mukantaganira, Peter and Rachel Tomas-Morgan.

Responses

  1. Pat Kaiser says:

    Very nice videos.

  2. Linda Lee Finke says:

    I love these sharings! Absolutely marvelous. Nice range of kids and their stories.

  3. Edna Malone says:

    Very nicely done. Gives a great over view of Trinity student life.

  4. Anne Brewer says:

    Thanks to all of you who shared so openly. Thanks to all the dedicated Trinity teachers who have poured out their lives for their students. Very inspiring!

  5. Louis Grams says:

    What wonderful and very human beings! They express the Trinity vision so powerfully and represent the astonishing range of students, graduates and families that make up the community of learners beautifully. Well done! I want to send my kids there - oh, I did that already!

  6. The D & A Busekrus Family says:

    What a wonderful collection of interviews! Our family enjoyed watching the clips and hearing testimonies from a wide range of perspectives. Thank you for making this available. Although we're far away in Hawaii and unable to participate in Trinity activity, we will support your work in our prayers.

  7. Nancy Grams says:

    These videos continue to inspire so many of us [parents included] who have seen the fruit of that habitual vision of greatness planted in the minds and hearts of our Trinity students. Thank you for a job well done!

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