Saint Benedict Academy principal gets fellowship to study Holocaust
The Eileen Ludwig Greenland National Bearing Witness Summer Institute is a partnership among the Anti-Defamation League, the National Catholic Educational Association, the US Conference of Catholic Bishops, and the USHMM.
The program takes place at various sites around the Washington area, including the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, the Embassy of Israel, Georgetown University, and a local synagogue.
While a high school history teacher in Biloxi, Miss., McLaughlin taught modern European history and developed a humanities elective on the Holocaust.
He organized and led a trip for students and parents to visit Holocaust sites throughout Eastern Europe, including Auschwitz, in the summer of 2013.
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