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Christian Brothers staying in Miami

Three will continue educational work at St. Mary Cathedral School

Allan Blondell, left, a 1965 graduate, poses with Christian Brother Patrick Sean Moffett, who served as Archbishop Curley Notre Dame principal from 2004 to 2012. Five Christian Brothers will continue to work in Miami, serving the same population they served at Curley-Notre Dame.

Photographer: ANA RODRIGUEZ-SOTO | FC

Allan Blondell, left, a 1965 graduate, poses with Christian Brother Patrick Sean Moffett, who served as Archbishop Curley Notre Dame principal from 2004 to 2012. Five Christian Brothers will continue to work in Miami, serving the same population they served at Curley-Notre Dame.

MIAMI | Although they will no longer be working atArchbishop Curley-Notre Dame, the Edmund Rice Christian Brothers will remain in Miami.

The community found a home in Morningside, the neighborhood southeast of the high school, where five brothers will reside. One of them is retired, another will continue working for Catholic Legal Services, and three others will work at St. Mary Cathedral Church and School, one of the feeder schools for Curley-Notre Dame.

The Christian Brothers administered Curley-Notre Dame from 1985 to 2012.

Prior to that, Archbishop Curley had been administered by priests of the dioceses of St. Augustine and Miami and Brothers of the Holy Cross. Before its 1981 merger with Curley, Notre Dame Academy was staffed by Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary and Sisters of St. Joseph of St. Augustine.

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