STUDENTS OF ACADEMY OF MT. SAINT URSULA TO APPEAR ON THIS WEEK’S EASTER EDITION OF
CRITICALLY ACCLAIMED “CBS SUNDAY MORNING”
SENIOR, ZULEIKA RYMER SELECTED FOR COMMISSIONED PIECE AS A GIFT TO POPE FRANCIS
CBS NEWS CORRESPONDENT, MO ROCCA AND CARDINAL DOLAN PERSONALLY PRESENTED RYMER’S ARTWORK TO POPE FRANCIS AT THE VATICAN
This Easter Sunday, April 16, the critically acclaimed newsmagazine show, “CBS Sunday Morning” will feature a segment with correspondent, Mo Rocca and a few select students from our very own Academy of Mt. Saint Ursula. Over the winter, Mr. Rocca came to AMSU to interview senior, Zuleika Rymer, and a few fellow classmates about the honor and experience of painting a special commissioned piece for Pope Francis. This past February, Mr. Rocca traveled with Cardinal Dolan to The Vatican to personally deliver the painting of St. Francis of Assisi. Zuleika is planning to attend Marymount Manhattan College where she has received an academic scholarship.
Please tune in to “CBS This Morning” at 9am ET or check your local listings. Share this great news via social media and your connections. #AMSU, #AMSUCBSthismorning, #POPEFRANCIS, #MOROCCA, #ART
For more information, please contact:
Sr. Jean Marie Humphries, osu, PhD AMSU ’89