Students from 19 parishes in the Archdiocese of Hartford graduated from the Catholic Biblical School on June 12 in the chapel at St. Thomas Seminary Chapel in Bloomfield. A reception followed.
Sister Mary Grace Walsh, archdiocesan provost for education, evangelization and catechesis, presided. Sister Mary Grace is a member of the Apostles of the Sacred Heart of Jesus.
In first row from left are Sister Mary Grace, Madeleine Ostrowski, Patty Augustyn, Maryann D'Addario and Pat Reynolds.
In second row are Frank Rio, Suzanne Berwick, Irene LaBrecque, Adrienne Artale and Kathrine Rutledge.
In third row are Father Jeremiah Murasso, faculty member; Alexis Chacchia, faculty; Michelle Boisseau; Pat Wilkin and Charlotte Scaviola.
In row four are BJ Daly Horell, faculty chair; TJ Thames, faculty; Sheila DeLuca; Michael DePrimo; Mary Ann Kelly, Judy Annatone; Darcie Laragh and Ed Robinson.
Not pictured are Linda Masci and Arek Kosiorek.
The students completed four years of intense study of every book of the Bible.