Lumen Christi Academies educating in a new light

By Michele Jurich
Staff writer

Seven schools in the Diocese of Oakland are well on their way to becoming a guiding light in the future of Catholic education. Under the banner of Lumen Christi Academies, the schools, which serve about 1,200 students, are dedicated to making excellence in education accessible to everyone, regardless of ZIP code.

“Who we are will be determined by us, all of us,” Rodney Pierre-Antoine, executive director of the academies, said to a gathering of educators of the seven schools as the school year began. “That’s how a network is formed.

The entire article can be found at the following link: Catholic Voice, October 8, 2018

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Lumen Christi Academies get first executive director

By Michele Jurich
Staff writer

Rodney Pierre-Antoine is the founding executive director of the new Lumen Christi Academies, a network of seven elementary schools within the Diocese of Oakland.

"Rodney's deep faith and commitment to Catholic education will help us create a sustainable, thriving network so all our children can receive the very best academic and faith formation," Bishop Michael C. Barber, SJ, said in announcing the appointment on May 9.

The entire article can be found at the following link: Catholic Voice, May 21, 2018

 

Lumen Christi Academies: 
Excellence, equity and enlightenment

By Michele Jurich
Staff writer

Seven Catholic schools in the Diocese of Oakland will be flying a new banner during Catholic Schools Week, Jan. 28-Feb. 3.

Queen of All Saints, Concord; St. Anthony, Oakland; St. Catherine of Siena, Martinez; St. Cornelius, Richmond; St. Elizabeth, Oakland; St. Paul, San Pablo; and St. Peter Martyr, Pittsburg, have been designated Lumen Christi Academies. The academies begin this fall.

The entire article can be found at the following link: Catholic Voice, January 22, 2018

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