Tonawanda News — Carolyn Gorski said she was the first to be taken off the diocesan page.
“Not only was my post deleted, but the diocese has banned me from their site. Actually, I think of it as an honor to be the first,” she laughed.
The students are also part of the Save Our School campaign. For the past couple weeks, each student has written letters in their own handwriting, expressing their own thoughts to Archbishop Timothy M. Dolan, the U.S. Apostolic Nuncio Archbishop Carlo Maria Vigano, Sen. Charles Schumer, Sen. Kristen Gillibrand, Congressman Brian Higgins.
Parents and faculty got in on the letter writing plan and wrote their own. In all, more than 300 letters were mailed, all on Thursday, although several classes and some parents did their own mailings.
In a recent letter I received from the bishop in reply to my letter to him, he noted that he answers every letter and email he receives.
Seems this campaign will be a challenge to him.
Kudos to NT for finding the perfect place for the 9/11 Memorial created by two NTHS students. Brauer Park is a fitting place as it already houses another memorial and is a peaceful site. Another reason to look forward to spring.
Overheard at the grocery store: “Wake me up when it’s warm outside.”