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Praying for our Seminarians
For 2014-15, four of the 34 Diocese of Madison seminarians are St. Ambrose Academy alumni. From left to right, Michael Wanta, SAA '13; Daniel Schiedermayer, SAA '13; John Paul Schiedermayer, SAA '11; and Jose Flores, SAA '14. St. Ambrose of Milan and St. John Vianney, pray for us!

Join us for the Benefit Dinner?

Bishop Robert Morlino at the 2013 Dinner

Bishop Robert Morlino at the 2013 Dinner

The 8th Annual St. Ambrose Academy Benefit Dinner is a special evening that CANNOT be missed! Hear keynote speaker Rev. Francis “Fr. Rocky” Hoffman from Relevant Radio on the topic of Catholic education, an area of expertise for him given his on-the-road Go Ask Your Father radio show. Party with Bishop Robert Morlino, who also teaches in the high school for St. Ambrose. Honor Our Lady of Guadalupe the day after her feast day. Be encouraged by young St. Ambrose students following God’s mission now… and after graduation. The Benefit Dinner is Saturday, December 13, 2014 at the Alliant Energy Center Exhibition Hall in Madison, WI. Read more or make your reservation now:

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Helping Students Find Jesus in the Classroom

St. Ambrose history and science teacher Michael Kwas spoke to benefactors on July 26, 2014,  on a teacher’s perspective on helping students find Jesus in the classroom. Mr. Kwas explained that this is done through prayer and the Sacraments, talking about God, providing an example of a live lived as a happy Catholic, and through small encounters or “micro-moments.” We are happy to share the video of Mr. Kwas’s presentation at this link.

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