This week, we’ll focus on what’s new at additional faith-based schools around the county.

Dickinson’s True Cross Catholic School, 400 FM 517E, suffered during Hurricane Harvey, but now enjoys its newly dedicated Phyllis Mitchiner Education Center, named in honor of a beloved secretary, who was “the heart and soul” of this place for more than 46 years explained Tracy Sheridan who serves as its coordinator.

Events for Faith Focus should be submitted at least two weeks in advance. Rick Cousins can be reached at rick.cousins@galvnews.com

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Gary Miller

The question is why does a low cost faith based education produce higher quality education than the higher cost "free" public school education. Socialism always costs more and provides less.

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