Dear Parent, Below is a list of priest who graciously gave their time at our reconciliation last week.  If you know any of these priest personally, or they serve at your parish, please be sure to thank them for their time and service to our students.  Fr. Jeff Godecker – retired resides at Fatima Retreat CenterFr. Ted Rothrock – Pastor St. Elizabeth Ann SetonFr. Phil Bowers – retired from Lafayette DioceseFr. Pat Beidleman – Pastor of St. Peter and Paul CathedralFr. Bob Sims – Pastor of Immaculate HeartFr. George Nangaqchi – St Thomas FortvilleFr. Robert Gilday – Pastor Little FlowerFr.…

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2018 Canned Food Drive Wrap-up

Thanks to the generosity of our Cathedral families, we were able to share $4,818 and 23,394 cans with those in need during this holiday season of sharing. Those receiving money included: Cathedral Habitat for Humanity families, Holy Cross Community Dinner Program, St. Augustine Little Sisters, Anna’s House, and Holy Family Shelter. The cans went to: Holy Cross Catholic Outreach, St. Louis de Montfort, Providence Christo Rey, Mid-North Food Pantry, Boulevard Place Food Pantry, Lord’s Pantry/Anna’s House, and St. Vincent de Paul Food Pantry. On behalf of the Cathedral Student Council and the Cathedral Math Department, THANK YOU!!!

Math League News!!

Special congratulations to Blake Lowe who has claimed the top spot in the math league standings at the midway point of the season with a score of 15 points (out of a possible 18). Close behind in second place with 14 points are Nick Grill, Brendan Hurley, and Isaac Michael. Dominic Quadrini (12), Andrew George (11), Harry Huang (11), Sammy Kacius (11), and John Chai (10) round out the leaderboard! Congratulations to these young men, and THANK YOU to ALL of our math league participants!!

Words from the IHSAA

YOUR TICKET DOES NOT ENTITLE YOU TO BE ABUSIVE, RUDE OR OFFENSIVE  If you are an adult who attends sporting events at our high school, you are an example for our students and a representative of our community. What you say and do—especially in the heat of the battle—sets a standard that defines us all. Your interest in our athletic program is needed. Your enthusiasm is welcome. Your support of our teams and coaches, win or lose, is appreciated. Thank you for expressing yourself at our games in a way that affirms our community’s character and values.

Dear Parents, On behalf of all the Cathedral faculty and staff, I would like to offer our heart felt thanks to the Mothers Club and everyone else who contributed to the Christmas Luncheon!  As always, it was exceptional!  Our faculty and staff felt showered with love, and we hope you know how grateful we are!

Parking Lot Concerns

Cathedral High School is happy to offer parking for our teachers, staff, and students. But with new drivers, tight quarters, and a one way entrance/exit, accidents happen. It’s important to note that, although it may be unfortunate, we understand and there is no school disciplined involved in a simple fender bender. Please have a conversation with your young driver so that if your child accidentally bumps, scratches, or hits someone’s parked car they have the integrity to report it to someone. They can let the front office know or leave a note on the offended vehicle. At that point it…

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Spring Break Mission Trip Registration Open!

Cathedral will be celebrating 18years serving the Johns Island, South Carolina area this year! The trip cost this year is $675. The cost includes all Habitat fees, lodging, food, and Charleston tour. Date: Saturday, March 30th and return on Saturday, April 6th. SERVICE HOURS for this trip either count for the current year or next years hours. More info on 2019 Spring Break Mission Trip webpage or contact Mrs. Fox at sfox@gocathedral.com