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Blessings and new beginnings

Monsignor Robert Morris, Vicar General of the Diocese of St. Petersburg and Pastor of St. Catherine of Siena Catholic Church, Clearwater, right, blesses one of two new portable classrooms with holy water at the Morning Star School, Pinellas Park, Monday, August 25, 2014. Morning Star, a school for special needs students has expand to include a high school. The school is celebrating it's 45th year. The portables were added this summer and the high school students (9th-11th grades) moved in Monday. Since 2010, the school has grown from 29 students to an enrollment of 73 students so far this year.

SCOTT KEELER | TIMES

Monsignor Robert Morris, Vicar General of the Diocese of St. Petersburg and Pastor of St. Catherine of Siena Catholic Church, Clearwater, right, blesses one of two new portable classrooms with holy water at the Morning Star School, Pinellas Park, Monday, August 25, 2014. Morning Star, a school for special needs students has expand to include a high school. The school is celebrating it's 45th year. The portables were added this summer and the high school students (9th-11th grades) moved in Monday. Since 2010, the school has grown from 29 students to an enrollment of 73 students so far this year.

SCOTT KEELER | TIMES

Students watch as Monsignor Robert Morris, vicar general of the Diocese of St. Petersburg and pastor of St. Catherine of Siena Catholic Church in Clearwater, uses holy water to bless one of two new portable classrooms Monday at Morning Star School in Pinellas Park. Morning Star, a school for special needs students, has expanded to include a high school. The portables were added this summer, and the high school students moved in Monday. Morning Star is celebrating its 45th year. Since 2010, the school has grown from 29 students to 73 so far this year.

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