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  • Fontbonne University President J. Michael Pressimone and Archbishop Robert J. Carlson

    Fontbonne Set to Acquire Now-Closed John F. Kennedy Catholic High School

    Fontbonne University is purchasing the campus of John F. Kennedy Catholic High School in Manchester, Mo., currently owned by the Archdiocese of St. Louis, the university announced at a press conference Monday, Nov. 20. The property will serve as a campus extension for the university, providing additional space for academic and athletic growth. The final […]

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  • Human Trafficking, Social Work Advanced Training

    Spring Human/Sex Trafficking Training Program Registration Now Open

    This fall, in partnership with the Incarnate Word Foundation, Fontbonne University launched a five-day program for social service professionals involved in the identification, prevention and treatment of human/sex trafficking victims and survivors. Registration for the next session, scheduled to take place throughout March, is now open. Thanks to funding from the Incarnate Word Foundation, the […]

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  • Mustard Seed Theatre's 2017 Remnant

    Mustard Seed Opens 10th Season with First Production

    In a desolate future, a family unwraps presents from the past. First produced by Mustard Seed Theatre 10 years ago, “Remnant,” a play by Ron Reed, tells a post-apocalyptic story in which customs like “Christmas” are mysterious and challenging. The cast of five includes Adam Flores, Marissa Grice, Michelle Hand, Katy Keating and Ryan Lawson-Maeske. […]

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