In a Catholic school religion plays a central role in the curriculum. Religion teachers make sure their students are well grounded in Catholic teaching. They use art, literature, film, current events, and technology to help their students relate religious teachings to their everyday lives.
Mr. James Flynn - Chair
Mr. Flynn began teaching at St. Mary's in 2012. He teaches Catholic Moral Issues Today for the Religion Department, and Economics for the Social Studies Department. Mr. Flynn holds a Bachelor of Arts from Gettysburg College.
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Ms. Anna O'Day
Ms. Binette began her teaching career at St. Mary's in 2009. She teaches Christian Scripture, Creating a Christian Lifestyle/World Religions, and Revelation of Jesus Christ in Scripture for the Religion Department. In addition she teaches Writing for the English Department. Ms. O'Day holds a BS in Education from the Franciscan University of Steubenville in Ohio.
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Mrs. Cate Scully
Mrs. Scully has been teaching at St. Mary's since 1997. She teaches Revelations of Jesus Christ in Scripture, and Christian Scripture. Mrs. Scully holds a Master of Education degree from Bowie State University.
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Ms. Julie Relyea
Ms. Relyea begins her teaching career at St. Mary's after spending the past year in China teaching Oral English. At St. Mary's she is teaching Catholic Moral Issues Today and Creating a Christian Lifestyle/World Religions. Ms. Relyea holds a BA with a double major in Education and Religious Studies from Saint Michael's College in Vermont.
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