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  • History of Catholic Schools in Butte

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    History of Catholic Schools in Butte, Montana

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Contemplative Serenity: 6 Liberating Practices for the Super Busy Life

Father Patrick Beretta
"The damp winter wind stings the eyes and carries the delightful smells of the ocean. The metallic chains are dragged loudly on the car deck in a kind of repetitive dance. Island after island they are opened and closed by the staff of the Washington State Ferries. It is a..."  (Read Post....)

More great articles by Father Beretta HERE


Welcome to the Butte Central Catholic Schools website.  We hope your visit will be one of enjoyment and productivity.   
Butte Central Catholic HS Experience 
Butte Central Experience

Published on Apr 12, 2012
This short video gives an inside look into the wonderful experience that Butte Central Catholic High School offers. It was created, directed & produced by former Butte Central Senior Northey Tretheway.
Butte Central International Students  
This Video was created by Jun Lin Liu who graduated from Butte Central Catholic High School in May, 2014.  He is currently attending Indiana University. 

"Butte Central Catholic High School is accredited by the Western Catholic Educational Association (WCEA) and is co-accredited by the Northwest Accreditation Commission (NWAC).  Butte Central Catholic High School is also fully accredited by the Office of Public Instruction of the State of Montana."


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Benedict XVI and U.S. Bishops Remember Mother Angelica

Mother Angelica
Mother Angelica meets Pope John Paul II in 1982
EWTN photo via Register slideshow
BY CNA/EWTN NEWS 03/28/2016 VATICAN CITY — Benedict XVI had a special response to Mother Angelica’s death falling on Easter Sunday: “It’s a gift.”
Archbishop Georg Ganswein, Benedict’s personal secretary, told CNA about the pope emeritus’ comment on March 28.
Mother Angelica, an Ohio-born Poor Clare nun, founded EWTN Global Catholic Network in Alabama in 1981. (Read More....)

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