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Keep Episcopal Schools Weird!

Andrew Armond
April 25, 2019

 
About the Author

Andrew Armond is the Upper and Middle School Chaplain at Episcopal School of Acadiana, a PK3-12 school in Lafayette, Louisiana, where he teaches 8th grade religion, world religions, philosophy, and Dante. He is a former English professor, now a candidate for Holy Orders in the Episcopal Church, studying at Church Divinity School of the Pacific.
  

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