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Director of Alumnae Lydia Torrez, class of 74, junior Jesse Torrez, class of 2015, with Monsignor Milam Joseph and President Kate Dailey in the Bishop Dunne Library for a reception after the Junior Ring Mass in the school's newly renovated auditorium May 1.
Monsignor Milam Joseph returned to Bishop Dunne and the auditorium named after him on May 1 to celebrate a mass for the junior class in which their class rings were blessed.
 
Monsignor Joseph was the Chief Celebrant of the mass and was there alongside Bishop Dunne's President Kate Dailey, Principal Molly O'Sullivan and Dean of Students Walter Johnson to shake each junior's hand after as they received their ring.
 
Parents, grandparents and siblings of the juniors packed the auditorium and the library after for a lemonade and cookie reception honoring the soon-to-be senior leaders of the school. The class of 2015 is prepared to take over when the current class of seniors graduates on May 30 at SMU.
 
For the past decade, 100 percent of Bishop Dunne's graduates have been accepted into college, and this year's senior class is set to break a record for scholarship offers received with $9.5 million already offered.
 

Information provided by Judy Porter.

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