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Eighth graders Abby Leonardo and Ethan Beach try buzzing in to answer a religious question during the Religious Bowl as part of Catholic Schools Week at Immaculate Heart Of Mary School, Wednesday, February 2, 2022. Photo/Don Blake

Immaculate Heart of Mary School in Wilmington hosted Religion Bowl as part of Catholic Schools Week on Wednesday, Feb. 2.

The fifth annual event was hosted in the school gym.

The “Family Feud” style game includes teams composed of students from grades 3-8.

Children are quizzed on key concepts of faith.

Catholic Schools Week runs through Friday as more than two dozen Catholic schools in the diocese celebrate our lives in faith and learning.

Don’t miss this week’s 28-page print edition of the Dialog that includes full coverage of this year’s Catholic Schools Week. Or click here to see the digital replica of the print edition.

 

Students wait to answer religious questions on stage during the Religion Bowl as part of Catholic Schools Week at Immaculate Heart Of Mary School, Wednesday, Feb. 2. Dialog photo/Don Blake
Students watch as religious questions are answered during the Religion Bowl as part of Catholic Schools Week at Immaculate Heart Of Mary School, Wednesday, Feb. 2. Dialog photo/Don Blake
Sixth grader Patrick Flanagan tries buzzing in to answer a religious question during the Religion Bowl as part of Catholic Schools Week at Immaculate Heart Of Mary School, Wednesday, Feb. 2. Dialog photo/Don Blake
Eighth graders Abby Leonardo and Ethan Beach try buzzing in to answer a religious question during the Religion Bowl as part of Catholic Schools Week at Immaculate Heart Of Mary School, Wednesday, Feb. 2. Dialog photo/Don Blake