Bishop Luers High School is a small Catholic high school located in the southside of Fort Wayne, Indiana. Bishop Luers is owned and operated by the Roman Catholic Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend. The school was founded in 1958 by the Franciscan Fathers of the Saint John the Baptist Province in Cincinnati, Ohio, along with the Sisters of Saint Francis Province in Mishawaka, Indiana. The first bishop of the diocese, John Henry Luers, is the namesake of the school.
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... Luers second career began when he become President of the Metropolitan Museum where he served for 13 years as Chief Administrative officer, leader of a series of ... Luers was selected as the American International Adviser to the Praemium Imperiale, an arts prize given annually to five artists from around the world in five arts disciplines ... Luers continued to be involved in arts programs and institutions ...
... Jeff "Free" Luers, a veganarchist from Los Angeles, California, who served a prison sentence of almost ten years for arson ... and people associated with the Earth Liberation Front, although Luers has said that he does not consider himself an ELF member ... Upon his resentencing, Judge Billings said that he expected Luers would be treated as an "elder statesman" among some activists, and hoped that Luers would use that influence in a productive way ...
... Deep in our hearts our love for Bishop Luers, Makes us feel we want to shout and cheer, Rah! Rah! Every time they ask us who the Knights are, We’ll be proud ... We will sing a fighting song, We will sing it loud and strong, Bishop Luers march to victory! V-I-C-T-O-R-Y, Victory, victory Bishop Luers high! ...
... John Henry Luers (September 29, 1819 - June 29, 1871) was nominated first bishop of Fort Wayne, Indiana, and consecrated in Cincinnati, Ohio, 10 January ... Luers was born near Münster, Westphalia and emigrated to America in 1831 ... Bishop Luers was very impressed by their work ...
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