Catholic Moments #124 - Mike St. Pierre

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cm_124Michael St. Pierre is the host of a wonderful blog entitled The Daily Saint, where he works to promote the spirituality of work.  Mike is the president of Morris Catholic High School in Denville, New Jersey. Previously, he served as the Dean of Students at Oratory Preparatory School and was the lead campus minister at two other Catholic high schools. He is a graduate of Catholic University of America (B.A.) and Seton Hall University (M.A. Theology, M.A. Educational Leadership). His articles have appeared in numerous publications, and he has been a featured speaker at the Education Law Institute, the National Catholic Education Association Convention as well as numerous retreats.

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