Lenten Prayer Reflection by Eddie Cramsie

Filed under Lenten Prayer Reflections on February 12, 2016


Matthew 9: 14-15 In the Gospel of Matthew today, John asked Jesus the reasoning behind fasting. Jesus said “Can the wedding guests mourn as long as the bridegroom is with them? The day will come when the bridegroom is taken away from them, and then they will fast.” At first I did not understand what this passage truly meant but, I see how even now people don’t understand the reason behind fasting.... Read More

Lenten Prayer Reflection by Juliana Cosenza

Filed under Lenten Prayer Reflections on February 11, 2016


LK 9:22-25 Today’s Gospel is from Luke, where Jesus clearly states to his Apostles a choice that must be made. Either “anyone wishes to come after me, he must deny himself and take up his cross daily and follow me” or “whoever wishes to save his life will lose it”. What does this say to us and how can we apply it to our lives? We can compare this choice to the story of... Read More

Lenten Prayer Reflection by Juliana Cosenza

Filed under Lenten Prayer Reflections on February 10, 2016


Mt 6:1-6, 16-18 Today’s Gospel is from Matthew, which describes Jesus’ instructions to his Apostles regarding his ministry. This gospel is important in describing the steps to beginning our Lenten journey on Ash Wednesday. Jesus tells his Apostles, “Take care not to perform righteous deeds in order that people may see them.” When we do a kind action, what is our motive? Is it... Read More

Kellenberg Celebrates Mardi Gras Celebration (360º Video)

Filed under ARK on February 9, 2016

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This video is 360º. To move the camera, use your mouse to click and drag the scene. Kellenberg students were treated today to free candy as they entered the cafeteria for their lunch period. Every year, Kellenberg celebrates Mardi Gras on the day before the start of Lent with decorations in the cafeteria, students dressed in traditional Mardi Gras costumes, and by giving out candy to every student... Read More

Juniors Participate in Pro-Life Retreat in Washington D.C.

Filed under ARK, Kellenberg Features on January 28, 2016


Reflection by Maggie Crowley ’17: On January 21, Kellenberg students took a trip to Washington D.C. with the intent of marching in the March for Life to support Pro-Life. Even though we could not march because of the snow, we still had a wonderful experience and kept pro-life in our prayers and thoughts the entire trip. We had a beautiful Mass at Catholic University’s Basilica of the National... Read More

Junior Retreat Staff Members Are Trained to Lead Retreats at Kellenberg

Filed under ARK, Kellenberg Features on January 26, 2016

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Article by Garry Tellus, ’17: On January 10, 2016, the Junior Retreat Staff for the Freshman retreats went to Founders Hollow to learn how to run the upcoming retreats. The previous week, the Junior Retreat Staff for the Latin School and St. Martin de Porres’s retreats made a similar retreat. While there are many parts of the retreat to help each member of the staff to grow in so many ways,... Read More

Kellenberg Memorial Celebrates the feast of Father Chaminade with the Music of Tim Timmons

Filed under ARK, Kellenberg Features on January 23, 2016

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Photo credit: Harrison Keller ’18 Article and Interview by Madison Callinan ’18: Hailing all the way from California, Tim Timmons and his band performed their original religious anthems to inspire the students at Kellenberg Memorial on Friday, January 21, 2016. The musicians performed numerous catchy and upbeat songs of praise and self-discovery to the two assemblies that ranged from eighth... Read More

Sodalities Extend Generosity to Child in Need

Filed under Activities, ARK, Kellenberg Features on January 11, 2016


Article by Lourdes Rohan ’18: This Advent, two Kellenberg sodality groups came together to bring Christmas hope to a family in need. Mrs. Zider and Mrs. Acardi had been trying to find a service project for their sodality when it was suggested by a member of the sodality that a family from the student’s local parish be the focus of their prayers and Christmas giving. This Advent, two Kellenberg... Read More

Advent Prayer Reflection by Georgio Desmornes

Filed under Advent Prayer Reflections on December 25, 2015


December 25, 2015 LK 2:15-20 Following the birth of baby Jesus in a shoddy stable, an angel appeared to a small group of shepherds and told them the news of Jesus’ birth. After their encounter with the angel, these humbled shepherds went to the stable where Mary had given birth to Jesus, and became the first people to witness Jesus Christ’s cordial presence. Jesus Christ, the savior of... Read More

Advent Prayer Reflection by Kristopher Belotte

Filed under Advent Prayer Reflections on December 24, 2015


December 24, 2015 LK 1:67-79 In today’s passage we are assured that faith in God is not does not result in consequences instead the opposite it is beneficial, there are days that come in which we are challenged in our faith or in our beliefs and when we face those challenges what do we do? Do we succumb to the opinions of others or do we stand firm and defend what we believe in. These challenges... Read More

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