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Bella Sanchez

The article below is part of a series introducing students and their families to the prefects for the 2021 Great Books High School Summer Program.

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Class of 2021 Senior Portrait
Photos © 2021 Timothy Teague Photography

Photographs from both of this year’s Commencement exercises — for the Class of 2020 and the Class of 2021 — are now available for viewing and purchase.

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Thomas Aquinas College’s  76th alumnus priest — and the first ordained for the Archdiocese of Los Angeles — returned to the California campus Monday morning for a Mass of Thanksgiving. Just two days after his ordination at the hands of the Most Rev. José H. Gomez, Archbishop of Los Angeles, at the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels, Rev.

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Sam Morson (’24)Please pray for the repose of the soul of Sam Morson (’24), a rising sophomore and the son of Tracy (Colton ’99) and Vince Morson (’00). Sam was injured in an automobile accident last night and, after receiving last rites, died this morning. Please pray also for the consolation of his family, friends, and classmates.

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Graham Crawley (’20)
Graham Crawley (’20)

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By Graham Crawley (’20)
Class Speaker
Commencement 2020

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Graduates process with newborn babies

When the coronavirus forced members of the Thomas Aquinas College Class of 2020 to return home early last year, just weeks shy of their canceled Commencement, they were given a choice: How — and when — would they like to celebrate their graduation?

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At the close of Thomas Aquinas College’s 1989 Commencement ceremony, new graduate Annie (Tobias ’89) Walsh excitedly embraced her mother, and a photographer from the Ventura Star–Free Press caught the moment in a joyful photo that made the next morning’s edition (June 11, 1989):

 

Annie (Tobias ’89) and and her mother at Commencement 1989

 

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Patrick Caughron ('21)
Patrick Caughron (’21)

One of the College’s newest alumni, Patrick Caughron (’21), is the subject of a new story in the National Catholic Register, Class of 2021: Marked