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Lead image Bond between a family and a Catholic school has grown every year for seven decades

As they worked together on their farm in southern Indiana, Ambrose and Mary Rose Kruer knew the power and wonder of seeds—how something so small could grow into something so sustaining and life-giving. s the parents of 11 children, Ambrose and Mary Rose also believed there were certain seeds that needed to be planted in their offspring’s lives—the strength of family, the foundation of the Catholic faith and the opportunity of a Catholic education.
 

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