With Catholic education back after a year’s absence, Our Lady of the Cross School is opening its campus up on Sunday, Oct. 24, for a blessing of the new school, with fall fest and tours to follow.

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The school, operated by the LC Strong Foundation, offers pre-K through 12th-grade classes and, unlike its predecessor, Lebanon Catholic, receives no financial support from the diocese or local churches.

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The blessing will be held at 1 p.m. during a prayer service in the school gym. From 1:30 to 4 p.m., a fall fest will be held outside, featuring food trucks, family games, and kids activities.

Small group tours of the school will be available as well, with information available on enrollment and planned giving.

The school is located at 1691 Grace Ave., Lebanon, PA 17046.

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