Bishop Deeley skis with students at Rumford's Black Mountain

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Bishop Robert Deeley, right, chats with John McElrath and his son, Connor, 8, just before getting off the lift at Black Mountain in Rumford on Friday. Deeley celebrated the last day of Catholic Schools Week by skiing with 50 students from Holy Savior, a Catholic school in Rumford. McElrath, of Poland, is the National Ski Patrol coordinator on the mountain. His son, Connor, is a third-grader at Saint Dominic Academy in Lewiston. (Daryn Slover/Sun Journal)

Bishop Robert Deeley talks with Henry Leduc, 11, and Ella Melcher, 9, prior to skiing at Black Mountain in Rumford on Friday. Deeley celebrated the last day of Catholic Schools Week by skiing with 50 students from Holy Savior, a Catholic school in Rumford. (Daryn Slover/Sun Journal)

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This is the second year that Bishop Robert Deeley has come to ski at Black Mountain in Rumford during Catholic Schools Week. (Daryn Slover/Sun Journal)

Bishop Deeley waves to Father Nathan March while skiing at Black Mountain in Rumford on Friday. March is the pastor of the Parish of the Holy Savior. (Daryn Slover/Sun Journal)

Bishop Robert Deeley, lower left, skis down the Androscoggin ski trail at Black Mountain in Rumford on Friday. Deeley celebrated the last day of Catholic Schools Week by skiing with 50 students from Holy Savior, Rumford’s Catholic school. (Daryn Slover/Sun Journal)

John McElrath, center, shows Bishop Deeley, left, and Jim King the wind turbines seen from the top of Black Mountain in Rumford on Friday. McElrath of Poland is the National Ski Patrol coordinator on the mountain. King is the Superintendent of Maine Catholic Schools. (Daryn Slover/Sun Journal)

Bishop Robert Deeley, right, chats with John McElrath and his son, Connor, 8, just before getting off the lift at Black Mountain in Rumford on Friday. Deeley celebrated the last day of Catholic Schools Week by skiing with 50 students from Holy Savior, a Catholic school in Rumford. McElrath, of Poland, is the National Ski Patrol coordinator on the mountain. His son, Connor, is a third-grader at Saint Dominic Academy in Lewiston. (Daryn Slover/Sun Journal)

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