It was once part of Dedham.
The Bishop Feehan family lost someone last week many considered the school’s matriarch when Sister Mary Faith Harding, RSM, passed away a week ago Saturday.
Recent times have made me more appreciative than ever that my home is in the Northeast, and Massachusetts in particular. Because believe me folks, things could be worse.
Hey, I’m feeling pretty good. Maybe better than I should. Statistics show that I am now more than five years older than the average male life expectancy for someone born in the year I was.
Before entering my junior year at Bishop Feehan High School, I read an announcement. Our principal, Sister Therese Antone, was leaving and would be succeeded by Sister Mary Faith Harding.
“What to wear, what to wear,” I mumbled to myself last month as I rifled through my dresser. This one? No. What about that one? Also no. Not really feeling this, this, or that one either.
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