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Under the supervision of the pastor, Father Patrick L. Cleary in 1957, St. Raymond School was established and administered by the sisters of the Holy Faith

The Sisters of the Holy Faith are a religious congregation of Roman Catholic women living and working in four continents. It is their purpose to proclaim by words and actions the love and truth of Jesus to the people of our day and collaborate in the creation of a just world.

"Our consecration to God is expressed in the three vows we take at our profession, but living the vows is a daily commitment. We pray together, live together, love and laugh together. Relating to one another in love is at the heart of our life in community and we are in community for the mission entrusted to us."

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Sr. Kathleen O'Connor

We would like to thank the Sisters of the Holy Faith for their endless dedication in the pursuit of defining what it means to be the provider of a Catholic Education.

We will remember to uphold the legacy set by then Principal, Sister Kathleen O'Connor (retired 2014), "Kind words, and kind actions," which are very much needed in the world today.

From all of us at St. Raymond, previous staff, and alumni - we wish you well and will always remember the impression that you and all the Sisters have made on our hearts and minds.

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