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Catholic Experience 2014 – Day 5

Filed under Catholic Experience 2014 on June 27, 2014

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Catholic Experience 2014 – Day 4

Filed under Catholic Experience 2014 on June 26, 2014

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Catholic Experience 2014 – Day 3

Filed under Catholic Experience 2014 on June 25, 2014

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Catholic Experience 2014 – Day 2

Filed under Catholic Experience 2014 on June 24, 2014

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Catholic Experience 2014 – Day 1

Filed under Catholic Experience 2014 on June 23, 2014

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Upcoming Lecture by Professor Douglas Bushman, S.T.L.

Filed under ARK, Events on June 6, 2014

Kellenberg Memorial High School will sponsor a special lecture on Wednesday, June 11, 2014 at 7:30 pm in the Millennium Room. We are privileged to have Professor Douglas Bushman, S.T.L, the Pope Saint John Paul II Chair of Theology for the New Evangelization at the Augustine Institute in Denver, Colorado. He will present “The Family and The Catholic School in Partnership for a Fully Human Education.” If... Read More

Kellenberg Helps Bishop Chris Cardone, O.P. and the Solomon Islands

Filed under ARK, Kellenberg Features on June 3, 2014

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Article by James Hilepo, Class of 2016: On May 22, Bishop Chris Cardone visited Kellenberg to speak to all students about the work that the Church is doing in the Solomon Islands. The students, over the past few weeks, had watched a video that portrayed some of this work. The video showed the people of the Solomon Islands, the conditions they live in, their love of education and the Church, and their... Read More

Child 31

Filed under ARK on May 4, 2014

Article by Nicholas Aquino, Class of 2015: People complain about being hungry all the time, using hyperbolic expressions like “I’m starving” or “I’m going to die if I don’t eat soon”, but very few have actually experienced the crippling effect of true hunger. Living in a first world nation makes it difficult for American children to connect with the struggle for survival that hundreds... Read More

Lenten Prayer Reflection by Chaz Scala

Filed under Lenten Prayer Reflections on April 20, 2014

JN 20:1-9 Perhaps the most important moment in Christianity is when the apostles and Mary of Magdala go to see Jesus in the tomb and discover that he is not there: he has risen from the dead? How can this be? He lay in silence for three days, his tomb guarded and the door blocked by a large stone. How could he possibly have disappeared? Mary can hardly believe her eyes, and rushes to tell the apostles.... Read More

Lenten Prayer reflection by Michelle Manning

Filed under Lenten Prayer Reflections on April 19, 2014

Mt 28: 1-10 Today’s Gospel is Matthew’s account of the Resurrection of Jesus Christ. As Mary and Mary Magdalane approach the tomb, an angel comes to them telling them Jesus has risen, He will meet them in Galilee, and to tell the other apostles. On their way, they see Jesus who tells them not to be afraid and to tell the apostles they will see Him in Galilee also. The cross on which Jesus died... Read More

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