Jesuit High School Story

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May 12, 2014 Podcast

Anthony Andreassi, C.O., discusses his new history of Regis High School in New York City, one of the only tuition-free Jesuit schools in the country. Teach Me to Be Generous is published by Fordham University Press. 

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Caroline McEnroe
3 years 8 months ago

Msgr. Gallagher was a student and a very dear friend. I know he bequeath a donation to the school. I am sorry that
I am unable at this time to contribute but will keep your work in my poor prayers. He was our pastor for a long time.
He was a credit to your school!
Thank you,
Caroline McEnroe

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