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POCSU hosts Dia de los Muertos chapel

POCSU hosts Dia de los Muertos chapel

Arianna Nassiri, Reporter

October 30, 2017


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To celebrate the Mexican holiday, People of Color Student Union, POCSU, a student-organized club, hosted a Dia de los Muertos-themed Chapel. “It’s important to always stay connected to the people that we love; be it those who are alive or those who are dead,” history teacher Michael Stafford s...

Sacred Heart almuna speaks about importance of education in Uganda

Sacred Heart almuna speaks about importance of education in Uganda

Mary Perez, Senior Reporter

October 23, 2017


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As part of the tour for her book, “Against All Odds,” Betty Ogiel spoke during today’s chapel about her journey in receiving an education from Sacred Heart schools in Uganda, as well as the hardships she faced growing up. “We like to show pictures or letters from students from Uganda write to show o...

Community celebrates Feast of Mater

Community celebrates Feast of Mater

Gray Timberlake, Reporter

October 20, 2017


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To celebrate the Feast of Mater, students gathered this morning in the chapel in dress uniform with pink accessories and honored the annual tradition. To tell the story of Pauline’s fresco of Mary, Theology Department Chair Paul Pryor Lorentz compared the history of work to the struggle of trying some...

Holy Week chapel invites reconciliation

Olivia Mohun, Reporter

April 10, 2017


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Convent students and teachers came together this morning for the community’s weekly chapel service. Spiritual L.I.F.E. Director Sergio Vasquez gave students time to reflect on their lives and in what areas they could seek forgiveness, before writing their thoughts down on pieces of paper and depositing t...

Chapel makes space for reflection of last week’s events

Chapel makes space for reflection of last week’s events

Claire Devereux and Claire Kosewic

January 23, 2017


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Today’s chapel theme, “Courage and Voice” focused on the sophomores experiences on the President’s annual Costa Rica trip, while also addressing the presidential inauguration and the subsequent displays of “voice.” L.I.F.E. Director Sergio Vasquez led the service, which began with some context about the Sacred Heart of Jesus and the courageous journey St. Philippine Duchesne undertook to bring girls’ education to the United States. Vasquez then related Duchesne’s experience on the ship Rebecca to t...

Día de los Muertos chapel remembers, respects the dead

Día de los Muertos chapel remembers, respects the dead

Giulia Oltranti and Natalia Varni

November 4, 2016


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This morning’s chapel celebrated Día de los Muertos, a Mexican holiday honoring family members and close friends who have died.   With the actual holiday on Tuesday, and the chapel service today, the school week has been filled with Día de los Muertos festivities bringing awareness to the community. “W...

Ash Wednesday chapel addresses sacrifice, otherness

Ash Wednesday chapel addresses sacrifice, otherness

Liana Lum, Editor-in-Chief

February 10, 2016


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Voices chanting “hold us in your mercy” reverberated around the Chapel today during the Ash Wednesday Service. The service, which did not occur last year due to overlap with Winter Break, included biblical readings and a student testimonial from each grade about the meaning of Lent. “I ...

Chapel service celebrates Thanksgiving holiday

Chapel service celebrates Thanksgiving holiday

Kristina Cary, Managing Editor

November 16, 2015


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Light streamed through the stained glass windows on the right side of the room, illuminating a group of teachers holding musical instruments, as students filtered in and seated themselves on the wooden pews facing the teachers for a Thanksgiving chapel service. Theology teacher Paul Pryor Lorentz opened t...

Attention brought to cultural approration

Attention brought to cultural approration

Kendra Harvey, Managing Editor

October 23, 2015


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Although wearing the “Women’s Sacajawea Indian Maiden Costume” may seem harmless on Halloween, the National Honors Society is bringing awareness about cultural appropriation during this time. NHS president Catherine Heinen and club member Maya Greenhill spoke during Chapel today to present the issue ...

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