Luncheon

Archbishop <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PERLL000306" title="Edwin F. O'Brien" href="/topic/religion-belief/christianity/roman-catholicism/edwin-f.-obrien-PERLL000306.topic">Edwin O'Brien</a> met teachers, students and toured the new Holly Angels Catholic School, a pre-K through eighth grade school, occupying two floors of Seton Keough High School. Archbishop O'Brien, right, talks with in-coming fifth grader Andre Dickerson, 10, left, and his mother Lafon Dickerson during the luncheon. Andre was a student at Father Charles Hall Middle School which was closed last year. Holy Angels Catholic School was created as part of the consolidating effort by closing and combining the students from several schools.

( Baltimore Sun photo by Kenneth K. Lam / August 26, 2010 )

Archbishop Edwin O'Brien met teachers, students and toured the new Holly Angels Catholic School, a pre-K through eighth grade school, occupying two floors of Seton Keough High School. Archbishop O'Brien, right, talks with in-coming fifth grader Andre Dickerson, 10, left, and his mother Lafon Dickerson during the luncheon. Andre was a student at Father Charles Hall Middle School which was closed last year. Holy Angels Catholic School was created as part of the consolidating effort by closing and combining the students from several schools.

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