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					Wednesday, February 24, 2010                                                                        Edition #28

                                                                                   Cathedral High School Vision
                                                                           Cathedral High School, a Catholic institution,
Dear Cathedral Parents,                                                        will be the model for all high schools
                                                                            as she profoundly shapes the way students
                                                                                        think, serve and lead.
Tuesday of this week began as a regular day at Cathedral;
translation: has been a very busy day. Simultaneously, we had                     Cathedral High School Mission
three activities going on before school. We had sent out an            Cathedral, a Catholic college preparatory high school,
                                                                       provides to a diverse group of students opportunities
invitation for students and faculty/staff to come to the Chapel             for spiritual, intellectual, social, emotional
for Mass for Father Munshower’s birthday, Math League was          and physical growth through service and academic excellence.
going on in the Cafeteria, and our seniors were en route to the
IRT to see Romeo and Juliet.

Father was thrilled with a full chapel for morning mass. What a great way to begin his birthday! Thank you to all
students, parents, and adults who helped to honor both God and Father in this way!

I am aware that this parent email can become long, but I do not want to omit anything that may help you or your
family. If you read it regularly, remember that you can read “just the red news” – meaning the new news. Information
printed in black has been sent to you previously, but is still current.

Use these hyperlinks to find information quickly:
Advancement                               Cafeteria                                    Mass Intentions
Announcements                             Choir News                                   Prayers
Athletics                                 College News                                 Service
Blue Book                                 Congratulations                              Smart Quote
Bookstore and Spirit Shop                 Dates to Remember                            Theatre Information

Dates to Remember:
Wed, Feb 24-Fri, Feb 25 Junior Men’s retreat - cancelled
Fri, Feb 26    ShamrAuction Preparation Day – no school
               Spirit Shop Closed
Sat, Feb 27    ShamrAuction
               ISSMA State Solo/Ensemble Contest for Winds, Strings, & Percussion at North Central High School.
Mon, Mar 1     Winterfest begins
Tues, Mar 2    Professional Learning Communities – school begins at 8:05 – PLC Schedule
Thurs, Mar 4 Junior Planning Day for College – 7:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Fri, Mar 5     Winterfest Assembly (special schedule to be announced)
               Prep time for Choral Festa Italiana beginning at 3:30 p.m.
               ACT Registration Deadline for April 10th Test
               Fun-Filled Friday: Math & Theology, Campus Minister, Dir. Of Service Enrichment
               Basket Bingo at Northside Knights of Columbus - dinner at 5:30 pm, bingo starts at 7:00 pm.
Sat, Mar 6     Speech Team at Greensburg for Sectional Competition

              Choral Festa Italiana Dinner – Cafeteria at 6:00 p.m.
Mon, Mar 8    Cathedral Connection’s Fireside Chat in Commons at 7:00 p.m.
Tues, Mar 9   Sophomore Day of Recollection for ¼ of class (last names L – R)
              ISTEP Make-up
              Spring Break Habitat meeting with students and parents in Cafeteria at 6:00 p.m.
Wed, Mar 10 ISTEP Make-up
Thurs, Mar 11 Junior Parent Meeting with College Advisors – 7:00 p.m. in Commons
              ISTEP Make-up
Fri, Mar 12   Caritas/Lenten Reconciliation – special schedule
              End of 3 Quarter
              Dad’s Day Breakfast – Cafeteria – 6:00 – 7:15 a.m.

Mass Information:

From the Desk of the Chaplain ~ Daily Mass is offered in the Chapel at 7:00 a.m. on Tuesdays,
Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays. Fr. Munshower encourages members of the Cathedral Family
to contact him to have a mass said in memory of a loved one. The $10 mass stipend would go to a
fund to help financially marginalized students here at Cathedral High School – helping those within
our midst who need our help! If you are not able to pay the $10, you may still submit an intention for
our daily Mass. Please contact Fr. Munshower at 968-7362 for details and arrangements. Father also
requests that, if you contract a Mass, that someone from your family tries to be in attendance on that day.
         Thurs       2/25   Lenten Weekday                       For healing for Andra Ignas, mother of Brittany, Amanda,
                                                                 & Hannah
         Fri         2/26   Lenten Weekday                       No School – no Liturgy.
         Mon          3/1   Communion Service                    Individual petitions
         Tues         3/2    Lenten Weekday                                           Still Available
         Wed          3/3   St. Katherine Drexel, virgin         RIP George Berry from Kathleen Berry Graham
         Thurs        3/4   St. Casimir                          RIP Donald Greer, brother of Tom Greer, from Bill &
                                                                 Mary Bakemeyer
         Fri          3/5   Lenten Weekday                       Mrs. Egan's 5th period class & their intentions


                 Congratulations to Kasey Ruppe (’10), who has been named as one of our Salutatorians. Because of a
                 mistake in our system of calculations that affected only Kasey’s grades, we did not announce her with our
                 other salutatorians. We are pleased to correct this error and to recognize her excellent work during
                 these four years! She will join Valedictorians Melissa Schopper, Lizzy MacGill, John Macke and
                 Salutatorians Maddy Jarrett, Grace Hurt, Sarah Renie, and Jennifer Collins as being honored during our
                 graduation festivities.

Congratulations to the choir students who achieved the top rating at State Vocal Music Contest.
 GOLD winners for vocal solos: Kendall Burgett, Mary Brennan, Mattie Brokaw, Brittany Casavant, Kathryn
   Habecker, Steven Meuleman, Ashlee Mills, Zain Santamaria, Sarah Schultz, and Christine White.
 GOLD winners for ensembles:
       Girls’ Barbershop Quartet – Meghan Baker, Katie Barker, Mattie Brokaw, and Ashlee Mills
       Boys’ Barbershop Quartet – CJ Benberry, Malcolm Herbert, Steven Meuleman, and Zain Santamaria
       Girls’ Trio – Kendall Burgett, Kathryn Habecker, and Sarah Schultz
       Advanced Choir – Meghan Baker, Katie Barker, CJ Benberry, Mary Brennan, Mattie Brokaw, Michael Conway,
                 Sara Conway, Vincent Demyan, Natalie Donahue, Chase Haskin, Malcolm Herbert, Ellen Lee, Bailey
                 Lewis, Steven Meuleman, Ashlee Mills, Gabby Salgado, Zain Santamaria, Mark Troiano, Christine

                White, and Mary Ann White
 GOLD winners for piano solos: Danila Burnham, Elizabeth O’Meara, and Christine White
 SILVER winners for vocal solos: Malcolm Herbert, Liz Krull, Brynn Lee, Bailey Lewis, and Chrisjaan Whitson
 SILVER winners for ensembles:
      Girls’ Trio – Mary Brennan, Sara Conway, and Natalie Donahue
      Freshman Ensemble – Kendall Burgett, Anne Green, Kathryn Habecker, Katy Hoeper, Liz Krull, Brynn Lee,
                Maddie Mitchell, Sarah Schultz, and Lizzie Wagner.

Congratulations to the CHS Varsity Competitive Cheer Team. They placed 7th at
UCA Nationals held in Orlando, Florida. The girls competed three times
(preliminaries, semi-finals, finals) each time advancing to the next level in the
competition. The CHS Cheerleaders did an excellent job representing Cathedral
High School. The members of this team are: Kristen Fischer, Allyson Darragh,
Heather Graham, Tarasae Stancil, Sarah Dapper, Ellyn Berghoff, Marta Goedde,
Ridley Morgan, Megan Edwards, Lana Kinney, Maddie Bryan, Courtney Lucia,
Lindsey Newhart, Lindsey Reed, Katie Thompson, Gabbie Piccione, Emily
Warstler, and Elyse Ausenbaugh.

Congratulations to these students who have been accepted into the IU Foreign Language Honors Program this
summer. They are:
       Lily Delande – French                                         Gabriel Gonzalez – Spanish
       Kathleen Gordon – French                                      Lauren Pavlik - Spanish
       John Ruckelshaus – French                                     Erin Selsemeyer – Spanish
       Grant Gerbers – Spanish                                       Sarah TeKolste - Spanish

Congratulations to Shelby Bates, Katie Cleary, Lia Kennedy and Torey Spartz for being named to the 2010 Academic
All-State Bowling Team! Cathedral has had 23 recipients over the past 5 years!

On Wednesday, our own Coach John Kesterson (Coach Mr. K) was named the Athletic Mentor of Excellence at the
Inspire 2010: The Power of Mentoring Awards.
 Coach Mr. K, who has been a longtime volunteer coach and mentor for Cathedral's girls' and boys' volleyball teams,
    was nominated along with four other individuals. They are Tamika Catchings, of the Indiana Fever, for her work with
    the Catch the Stars Foundation; Tarik Glenn, former Indianapolis Colt, for his work with the D.R.E.A.M. Alive
    Foundation; Donna Wilkinson, with the Indiana Pacers; and Craig Woodfill with the Fishers Soccer Club.
 Coach Mr. K and the other nominees were honored at a luncheon held Wednesday at the Indiana Roof Ballroom.
    Many members of Coach's family were on hand for the celebration.

Congratulations to Jimmy Kauffman (CHS ’07), named Purdue’s Big Man on Campus, in an event raising money for
breast cancer. Jim is a junior in the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering and a member of Delta Chi fraternity,
was announced the winner of Big Man on Campus, the Greek societies’ fund-raising program on campus. As he received
the award, Jimmy said, “I can’t believe this is real; I am so ecstatic. The fight does not end here; we definitely will be
actively involved in this cause.” Congratulations, Jim!

Congratulations to Cathedral’s Brain Team, which defeated Carmel in competition today and they continue
competition into Round 4. The members of Brain Game Team are:
       Jay Ruckelshaus, captain                                      Alternates:
       Lizzy MacGill                                                 Claire Christoff
       John Macke                                                    Dash Holland
       Christine White
Congratulations on your success.

Kudos to Rolly Landeros and the Technology Department, which has been recognized publically for our website
design. A professional web design company based in California just gave our site Kudos for design and visual appeal.
The reviewer’s commented that “The textures used on this high school’s website’s layout caught my eye. The navigation
and shadows look great and the rotating images keep the site interesting.” To see more, please check out this link:

Congratulations, Cathedral family! At Monday night’s City/County Council meeting, Cathedral was honored with an
official proclamation celebrating the more than $5,400 we raised for Haiti relief efforts. When Councilman Jose Evans,
’91, announced the dollar figure, there was an audible gasp from the council and the crowd – great job Cathedral!
Helping to accept the award was Zach Turi, who represented Cathedral very, very well. Thank you, Cathedral, for
walking our Christian faith!


Please click onto the following link for the February Insight!

                                              Bond Week Is Here!

This week ShamrAuction 2010 comes to life with all things 'Bond'. Previewed on the ShamrAuction website are LIVE
AUCTION items that will be up for bid at ShamrAuction, February 27, 2010, as well as our SILENT AUCTION items. Click
here to log into the Web site and preview these items.

                                       ShamrAuction 2010 is officially sold out with 70 tables. Questions may be
                                       directed to the Events Office at (317) 968-7311.

                                       Early Bird Drawing
                                       The doors for ShamrAuction officially open at 5:30 pm for the Silent Auction. All
                                       guests who check-in by 6:30 pm will receive a raffle ticket for a chance to win a
                                       2010-11 reserved parking space for your favorite sophomore, junior, or senior
                                       student! Be an early bird this year and maybe you can bring home the ultimate
                                       parking spot for your student!

Silent Auction bidding will again be facilitated with the BidPal handheld device. Our BidPal team is ready to answer any
questions and to assist guests with their bidding.

Finally, we would like to thank all of those who participated in the Online Auction. The Online Auction was a wonderful
success! See you on Saturday.....
Winterfest Week will be Monday, March 1 through Friday, March 5:
Winterfest Dress-up Day Themes: Be sure your attire shows Christian modesty.
     Monday: Jam Session: Wear your PJs to school during this day of Winterfest; no jeans on
     Tuesday: Sport’s Fanatic Day: Dress up like a die-hard fan for your favorite team, being sure that
     you are showing positive sportsmanship; jeans are allowed!
     Wednesday: Monochrome Day: Wear an entire outfit comprised of a single color. (All black,
         all white, all yellow, etc.; jeans permitted)
     Thursday: Heroes/Villains: Partner up with a friend or go solo to support your favorite classic hero or villain.
      (Spiderman, Batman, the Joker, the Hulk, Catwoman, Wonderwoman, etc.; jeans are permitted)
     Friday: Blue and Gold Spirit Day – jeans are permitted!

Junior Planning for College Day: Thursday, March 4th during periods 1 – 5:
        We are formally introducing our juniors to the college search and application process with our Planning for
College Day! Juniors will be attending our program instead of their classes, but should be on time for their 6th period
        For those of you new to Cathedral or unfamiliar with our program, we invite college representatives to teach
our students about various aspects of college admission. They do not give out school-specific information during their
presentations, but act as experts in the college search, application, scholarship, financial aid, campus visit, interview,
                      and college life. The juniors rotate among 4 different presentations (College Admission Overview,
                      Financial Aid, The Campus Visit and Mock Interview, and Student Life) during the program. We do
                      give the admission representatives a chance to answer school-specific questions during our short
                      college fair which concludes our program during 5th period in the Auxiliary Gym.
                               Schools which will be in attendance this year are: Franklin College, DePauw University,
                      Saint Mary’s College, Saint Louis University, Purdue University, Indiana University, University of
                      Kentucky, Wittenberg University, Ohio Wesleyan University, Hanover College, University of
Indianapolis, and the University of Alabama. Teachers and staff are welcome to sit in on any of the presentations or
attend the fair if your schedule permits (if you would like a schedule for the program, just let me know!).
        Let Lynn Miller or Mike Jaskoski know if you have any questions. Thank you for your support of our program as
our juniors gain a better understanding of the process ahead of them.

The Spring S.A.T. Prep class will begin Monday, March 15th and run on consecutive Mondays through April 26th. This
leads up to the May 1st testing date, and there is also a June 5th test. We will meet from 6:30-8:30 p.m. in Room 2302.
Cost is $125.00 and payment is due to reserve your spot. Please email if you have questions

orStudents Activeain Initiative and Leadership
   wish to register student.

               Student Leadership Workshop
               Saturday, March 13
               10 AM-2:30 PM
               Cathedral High School
                Student Life Center
               AM Session: 10-12 AM Focuses upon leadership experiences of five Cathedral Alumni
               PM Session: 12:30-2:30 Focuses upon agency directed by these Alumni
               Fee: $35. ($25 of this fee will be donated to agencies participating in our leadership day.) Fee
               scholarship application may be submitted, if needed. A DVD of the morning workshop may be obtained if
               you are only able to attend the afternoon session.
RSVP Mrs. Halstead ( Open to Cathedral students all years.
More details in the service section. See Flyer. Earn five service hours as well.

State Farm Awards Grant for Service Learning Botany Class

Cathedral High School has received a State Farm Youth Advisory Board grant of $27,900 for a service learning project
dubbed, “Bringing Botany Alive!” Representatives from State Farm visited the school on Monday, Feb. 22, to make
the award official.
Written by Botany teacher Dawn Gilmore and Director of Service Learning Sister Jackie McCracken,
the grant project focuses on the importance of biodiversity to the health of the environment.
Cathedral’s botany students will partner with students and teachers at Marian University and Cold
Spring Elementary School (IPS) to educate the larger Indianapolis community about preserving
biodiversity as a crucial element in environmental responsibility. Aspects of this service learning
experience include the planting of a rain garden at Marian’s EcoLab and the development of
educational materials for elementary school children and the public who visit the rain garden.
Cathedral is one of only 82 schools throughout the U.S. and Canada to receive a grant award. According to State Farm
representatives, more than 1,100 grant requests were reviewed.

Learn and Serve Indiana Mini-grants Awarded to Cathedral Teachers
The following teachers have received monetary awards from Cathedral’s Service Learning Department for course based
service learning:
    1. Jenny Pearson—for her Latin III class studying Greek and Roman architecture and producing a multimedia
         presentation targeted to teens for use by the Indiana Historic Landmarks Foundation.
    2. Dawn Gilmore—for her service learning Botany class--hand-held computers for testing and experimentation
         purposes. (See story above for details)
    3. Liz Browning—for her new class next semester: In Our Village; this is patterned after the original In Our Village
         project whereby students from all over the world are writing books about themselves for the students of the
         Awet Secondary School in Tanzania. Her students will be writing about Cathedral High School, selling those
         books with proceeds going to the Awet School. Funding is primarily for books and novels about Africa.

    Interested in learning more about the Cathedral Service Learning Program?
         Parents can learn more about the Service Learning Program by going to Cathedral’s website and clicking on
 In addition, Sister Jackie welcomes any parent who wants
         to join the Cathedral Service Learning Team. The next meeting is Tuesday, March 9, from 3:15 – 5:00 p.m. For
                more information, contact Sister Jackie McCracken at 968-7341;

Evening of Reflection for CHS Mothers;
                 The Cathedral Mother's Club invites you to an evening of reflection
                                      on "the 7 sorrows of Mary"
               on Tuesday, March 9 at 6:30 p.m. in the Student Life Center Commons.
Dinner will be provided by Sahms. At 7:30 p.m., we will have a presentation on Mary’s 7 Sorrows by
author Beth Leonard.
Please RSVP to Edie Witchger at
Contribution: $15 to mothers' club for the dinner


Archdiocese of Indianapolis’s Baccalaureate Mass for all seniors. Please note: this is a separate Baccalaureate Mass
from our traditional one here on the Cathedral campus, which will occur on Saturday, May 22.
                                             Archbishop Daniel Buechlein
                                            requests your presence at the
                                                      1st annual
                                                 Baccalaureate Mass

                                               Saturday, March 13, 2010
                                                        11:00 AM
                                             Saints Peter & Paul Cathedral
                                              1347 North Meridian Street
                                                Indianapolis, IN 46202
 This Mass in celebration of our Seniors is open to all students who will graduate in 2010. Archbishop Buechlein will
celebrate the Mass in recognition of our seniors as well as commission the incoming group of students who will serve
                        as the Archdiocesan Youth Council for the 2010-2011 academic year.
                                                 For more information
                                  Youth Ministry in the Office of Catholic Education:
                                               No registration required.


Parents, if you are looking for summer educational, leadership, or career-exploration opportunities for your
student(s), please visit Use the guest username and password information in
the middle of the page; then, click on “Summer Programs” on the left-hand side of the page. Each week, more
opportunities will be added, and deadlines are fast approaching for some programs. If you have any questions, please
contact your son or daughter’s counselor or college advisor.

Help Needed! Cathedral Connection is looking for a volunteer(s) interested in assisting with their Summer
                 Neighborhood Meetings program. These informal summer get-togethers are a chance for incoming
                 students and families to meet current Cathedral families in their area. They also provide new families
                 with helpful information and tips about life at Cathedral.
                         They are looking for individual(s) who will coordinate the meetings with current families and
                 update handouts. Do you enjoy socializing and meeting new people rather than paperwork?
                Facilitators are also needed to lead the discussion at these sessions. For more information, contact
Doris Schwandt (

Camp Cathedral:
                   More than 50 programs available for students in Grades K-12!
                                Enrichment • Athletics • Academics
Space is limited, so don’t wait! Register now at for your favorite camp! Or
get your FREE guide to all the camps that will be offered by Cathedral High School by calling (317)
968-7413. Don’t miss the fun!


On behalf of the Invisible Children Group, we would like to inform you that we are selling T-Shirts. You can pick up the
form at lunch or from Mrs. Witka’s Office. The shirts are $10 and benefit the children in Uganda. These shirts are only
being sold this week! Thank you for your continued support of the children of Uganda.

This information was sent out to your student previously.
    Cathedral High School has been offered one scholarship to CYO Camp Rancho Framasa for this summer for a male
    or a female student who is 16 years old or under.
     Since we only have one scholarship, we will be having an essay contest to help determine who is to receive it.
        Your essay must answer the question, “Why do you feel you would benefit from this scholarship?” and must be
        250 words or less in length. Obviously, grammar and spelling rules apply to this essay.

       If you wish to apply, please be sure that I have your essay by February 26, 2010. After that, a committee will
        review the entries and the winner will be announced on March 1.
    Please let me know if you have any further questions.
    Thank you,
    Mr. Worland

On March 3rd all sophomores will have auditory screening. All new students to Marion County are
required also to have this screening if they are in grades 10-12. If a parent does not want this
screening, then they must notify us in writing their desire not to have their student tested. Please
submit this letter to Mr. Greer by March 2, 2010. Without a written refusal the hearing test will be

On March 2, 2010 Cathedral National Honor Society will be conducting the second of three blood drives this school
            year. The drive takes place between 9:00AM and 2:00PM in the Welch Activity Center. Only students 16
            and older may give blood. 16 year olds need a written consent from their parents. Those forms are
            available in the front office. ID is required to give blood. Students, if giving blood, should do this during their
            resource period if at all possible.


                                                         5th Annual
                                                        Festa Italiana
                                                  “Eat, Sing & Ciao Down”

                                                 Saturday, March 6, 2010
                                            Cathedral High School Cafeteria
                                                 Doors open at 6:00 p.m.
                                          Dinner served promptly at 6:30 p.m.
                            $15 per person  $10 for faculty, students, seniors, children
                                   Admission is by advance-purchase reservation only
                 Reservations available from choir students or Mrs. Holloway and are due by March 1
The CHS cafeteria will be transformed into Little Italy, and diners will enjoy an authentic four-course Italian dinner while
                                   being serenaded by the talented Cathedral choirs.
             Our Mistress of Ceremonies will be 2009 Cathedral High School graduate Carolyn Humbert.

Tickets are on sale now for the 5th Annual Festa Italiana, Saturday, March 6, 6:30 p.m., sponsored by the Cathedral High
School Choir. You will enjoy a delicious 5-course homemade Italian dinner, served by the choir students, and they will

entertain you with their beautiful voices. Admission is $15 per adult; $10 for students, children and seniors. Please email
Mrs. Elaine Holloway for orders:

Delta Sigma Theta Offers Free Interview Skills Workshop
Indianapolis, IN (February 2010) – The Indianapolis Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. is
sponsoring a FREE Interview Skills Workshop for minority female students attending any area high school. The
                       workshop is designed to prepare young women for upcoming scholarship, internship and
                       employment opportunities. It features sessions on: The Application Process, Interview
                       Preparation and Personal Presentation. The workshop will be held Saturday, February 27,
                       2010 from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. at Robinson Community A.M.E. Church (46th & College).
                       The workshop is free, but you must pre-register in order to attend by emailing your name,
grade and school to
What:           Free Interview Skills Workshop
When:           Saturday, February 27, 2010                                          Contact: Terri Cope Walton
Where:          Robinson Community A.M.E. Church                                                    317.439.6495
                4602 N. College Avenue                                        
                Indianapolis, IN 46205                                                
Time:           9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Cost:           FREE
Register:       Contact Terri Cope Walton at or 317.439.6495
About Us:       Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. is a private, non-profit organization whose purpose is to provide
                assistance and support through established programs in local communities throughout the world. A
                sisterhood of more than 200,000 predominately Black college educated women, the Sorority
                currently has over 900 chapters worldwide. Learn more at

After-school tutoring is being offered free-of-charge by CHS math teachers for all students who will be taking the
Algebra I Core 40 test this May. This includes students currently enrolled in Algebra I as well as sophomores who did
not pass the test last spring.
Drop-in tutoring is available from 3:15-4:00 on the following days:
 Mondays: Mr. Schmidt in Room 4131 (traditional tutoring)
 Tuesdays: Mrs. Hartman in Room 4131 (traditional tutoring), and Mrs. Bethuram in the SLC
    Nuttall Lab (review using computers)
 Wednesdays: Mrs. Edwards in Room 4131 (traditional tutoring)
 Thursdays: Mrs. Edwards in Room 4131 (traditional tutoring), and Mrs. Bethuram in the SLC
    Nuttall Lab (review using computers) - Tutoring will not be held on the following Thursdays: Feb. 18, March 18, or
    April 15.
Students have also received an e-mail with information about logging into ANGEL for obtaining review materials.
Questions? Please contact your son/daughter’s math teacher or Mrs. Hastings-Smith at

Tuition Assistance Application Deadline: Parents who wish to apply for need-based tuition assistance for the upcoming
2010-2011            school year are reminded that the deadline for applying for need-based assistance is February 28,

                       Just before Christmas the Enrollment Management Office mailed information to each current
                       Cathedral family receiving need-based aid during this school year. Families of prospective
                       members of the next freshman class (Class of 2014) received this information along with their

interview paperwork. To apply for tuition assistance, families should do both of the following:

    1. Complete a Parents’ Financial Statement (application for tuition assistance) online at or via
       hard copy (see below for how to get a hard copy) by February 28, 2010. Cathedral’s school code is 2172.
    2. Forward a photocopy of the family’s completed and signed federal tax return and all accompanying
       documents (W-2 statements, schedules, etc.) to the Enrollment Management Office by April 15, 2010.

Additional information about tuition assistance at Cathedral is available at http://www.cathedral-

We are encouraging families to apply for tuition assistance for 2010-2011 online ( If you would like a
hard copy of the Parents’ Financial Statement, please contact the Enrollment Management Office at 968-7368. That
office will be happy to mail a copy to you!

Again, please remember that the deadline for applying for need-based assistance for the 2010-2011 school year is
February 28, 2010.

For our March 9 Caritas, we would like to highlight our students who contribute outside of the
school community to a larger community. So parents, this is a time to send us information about
your children. Are they on Boards, scouts, fly airplanes, ride horses, drive race cars, serve the
community in some small or large way? We want to know such information so we are able to
make them part of our program. So please send any such information to Mr. Greer
( as quickly as possible. We expect this might be a large group. Since it is for
out-of-school groups, we will only be able to honor them if you send the information to us!

Cathedral High School’s B.A.S.H. (Brilliant Activities for Service and Hope)…presents FASHION ODYESSY 2010! The 4th
                        annual Fashion Show will be held in the Student Life Center at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, March
                        4th. Tickets are $5 in advanced and can be purchased from all BASH members, all models, Ms.
                        Pennyman or Ms. Nobbe. Tickets will be $8 at the door. FASHION ODYESSY 2010 will be in
                        honor of The Julian Center, a nonprofit agency which provides “counseling, safe shelter, and
                        education for survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and other life crises.” The Julian
                        Center provides housing and therapy for women and children in the Indianapolis area. Proceeds
from the show will be donated to support their many programs. BASH would like to invite all faculty, staff, students,
parents and community members to journey through time with us.

I would inform you that parents and students now have the ability to view student course requests for 2010-2011
school year in Powerschool, once your child’s course selection sheet has been signed and he/she has met with the
assigned counselor/college advisor. To view the online requests, parents should click on the “Class Registrations”
button at the top. Then click “View Course Requests” in the middle of the screen.

Summer School 2010: The registration form and general information about summer school are available in the January
and February Insight. You may also access summer school information through our website,, by
clicking the Academics tab.


                                                    Winter Intramurals

                                   Badminton – Doubles only (Maximum of 24 teams)
                                          3 on 3 (Boys & Girls Divisions) Basketball
                                             (Maximum of 8 teams per division)

                       Singles and Doubles (Maximum of 8 singles players and 8 Doubles Teams:
                               You must choose either singles or doubles. You can’t play
                                    both unless there are not enough competitors.

Sign up for the winter league of INTRAMURALS!! We will be offering BADMINTON (doubles ONLY), 3-ON-3 BASKETBALL
(boys and girls divisions), and PING PONG (singles & doubles)! Competitions will take place from 1-3 p.m. on Sundays

Sign-up sheets can be picked up in Mr. Hicks’ office or Resource (4th -6th).

Anyone interested in being a referee (service hours) should also sign up in Mr. Hicks’ office.


                                                 Cathedral High School
                                   5 Annual Black History Month Dinner & Program
                                           Today, Wednesday, February 24
                                                       7:00 p.m.
                                                  Opening Ceremonies
                                          1st Cathedral Family Gospel Choir
                                (Performance in the Joe O’Malia Performing Arts Center)
                                                     Buffet Dinner
                                           Performance by –“Steppin’ Irish”
                                          Poetry by – Speak: “It’s Real Talk”
                                                  Black History Trivia
                                   Reservation Buffet Dinner - $12.00 per Person
Name ____________________________ Email______________________
                            Total Attending __________ Total Cost $_______________
   Please Return Reservation Form and Check Made Payable to Cathedral High School by Monday, February 22 to
                               Mrs. Ramona Powell, Director of Multicultural Affairs
                          or 317-968-7367


The Cathedral Alumni Association is in the process of beginning a Career Mentoring Program that
would pair Cathedral Alumni with Cathedral students that are interested in finding out more
about potential career opportunities. Our plan is to begin a pilot program with interested alums
and a group of Cathedral students that are currently taking a class on Career Choices. We see this as
an excellent opportunity for our students, as they begin to think about what career they would
ultimately like to pursue, to meet successful Cathedral graduates in the Greater Indianapolis area that are currently
working in these fields. Activities could include individual and group discussions, career days, and a visit to the work
     If you would have an interest in being part of this program, please contact Ken Barlow, Director of Alumni
        Relations, at (317) 968-7366 or via e-mail at by February 10.


The “Pride of the Irish” Band Boosters invite one and all!

                             BASKET BINGO NIGHT               Sponsored by

                             Friday, March 5, 2010
                             Northside Knights of Columbus
                             2100 East 71st Street at N. Keystone
Doors open at 5:30 p.m. - Games begin at 7:00 p.m.

                                   The evening’s festivities include:

                                         10 GAMES OF BINGO
                                          (3 cards per game)
                                       PLUS a “COVER-ALL” card
                         (last game of the evening),
                         AND DINNER,                                             Prizes for each
                                                                                    game are
ALSO MUSICAL ENTERTAINMENT                                                        Longaberger
by Cathedral Jazz Band,                                                             Baskets.

The proceeds from this fundraiser benefit Cathedral’s band program. Specifically, the funds raised permit students to
engage in the special learning opportunities provided through instrumental music extracurricular activities.

                              TICKETS FOR THIS FUN FILLED EVENING ARE ONLY $20 EACH

FOR TICKET INFORMATION contact: Paula Engelking (

  SEATING IS LIMITED! Tickets can be purchased from your favorite band student.


Join in shared anticipation, gathering together in a memorable time of quiet, candlelight, simple music for the soul,
                                            hopeful Scripture reading, and peace-filled Silence.
                                            All are Welcome.
  Christ our Lord came among us as the
                                            Sponsored by: RCIA & the Substance Addiction Ministry (SAM)
  light of the world, that we might walk
                                            TAIZE PRAYER
  in his light, and not in the darkness of
                                            THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 2010
  death. Let us praise him and cry out
                                                                    AT 7:30 P.M.
  to him:
                                                            St. Monica Catholic Church
  Let your word be a lamp to guide us.
                                                            6131 N. Michigan Road, Indianapolis, IN
The Lord's Pantry is going to be offering free ESL classes on Thursday evenings from 6:00 to 8:00pm starting on Feb
25th. We are also offering free childcare during the classes and need some volunteers to come in and help with the kids.
We need teens and adults to entertain the children in the basement while their parents are upstairs learning English.
We'll have a better idea of how many children there will be as the date nears and we get people registered.
If you can help, please let Mary Schott know:

                                                 Cathedral High School
                                        DRIVER’S EDUCATION – Registration Form

I hereby request that ________________________________________________________________
                        (FIRST)                       (LAST)           (PLEASE PRINT)
be enrolled in the Driver Training Course with the understanding that the entire program will be under school
supervision and trained personnel. I will accept the fact that Cathedral High School WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE for any
driving that my child may do outside the school’s program.

ADDRESS _______________________________________________________________________
          (STREET)                        (CITY)                    (ZIP)

HOME PHONE __________________STUDENT CELL PHONE_______________ DATE OF BIRTH ___________

Effective July 1, 2010 drivers must be 15 years and 180 days of age to obtain a learner’s permit with driver education

If the individual does not receive these credentials prior to July 1, 2010 they cannot attend a driver education course
until they have reached 15 years and 180 days of age.

•       CLASSROOM PHASE: Tuesday, June 1st – Wednesday, June 16th (Students CANNOT miss any scheduled
        classroom instruction).

         Please check the classroom session your child will attend. (Check One)
        Session One (1:00 – 3:30 p.m.) ___________       Session Two (3:30-6:00 p.m.) __________

•       DRIVING PHASE: The Driving Sessions will be determined during the month of May.
        Please check the weeks your child WILL NOT be available to drive.
                June 1 ________ June 7 ________ June 14 ________ June 21 ________

Driver’s Education Program includes 30 hours of classroom instruction and activity, relating to rules and regulations of
operating a motor vehicle, and 6 hours of actual driving (behind the wheel). The car(s) used has dual controls consisting
of a brake on the right hand side for the instructor’s use.

Class size is limited to 70 students with priority given to Cathedral Students. Registration is first-come, first-served. Cost
includes textbook and additional supplies. Checks should be made payable to CATHEDRAL HIGH SCHOOL and payment is
due at the time of registration (no exceptions).

COST: $ 395.00.

For further information, please contact Mr. Greg Bamrick at 968-7327 or

REGISTRATION DATE: _____________________ CHECK NUMBER ________________


Improve your reading comprehensions and writing skills! Free of Charge!
                  Who?            Any CHS student
                  When?           Tuesday and/or Thursday from 3:15 – 4:15 p.m.
                  Where?          Loretto Hall room 2210 (with Mrs. Gallo).
                  Note taking…homework help…test preparation…study strategies


National Honor Society has recently formed a team for the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure in Indianapolis on April
17th. We would like to encourage all faculty, staff and students (and parents) to consider signing up to join us in this
wonderful cause to raise money for breast cancer research. In the weeks to come, you will be hearing from several of
our NHS members about upcoming events, COMPETITIONS AND PRIZES to encourage participation!
     In the meantime, for those of you who would like to get a jump start on your registration, the instructions are
       given below. We realize that many people join the race each year and we hope that this year you might
       consider joining our team. More exciting information to come in the near future!
     How to join our team:
     Go to
     Click on the “Race for the Cure” tab and select “Join the Race”
     Next to Online registration you will click here to register online
     On the right side of the page you will select “Join an existing team”
     Enter our team name: Cathedral High School NHS
     Scroll down the page and you will see our team name – click “Join” to join our team
Cost: $28 per adult, $25 per survivor, children 8 and under must register but are FREE
                                                         Thank you!
                                                         National Honor Society

Next week, beginning on Monday, February 22nd, is what the NHS is calling "Pink Week". The goal of this week is to
promote the National Honor Society team that we have formed for the Susan G. Komen for
the Cure race in Indianapolis on April 17th. Our hope is to get as many students, parents,
faculty, and staff joining our team as possible to support this cause. Mr. Greer informed us that
that administration has granted a jeans day on Thursday, February 25th to encourage
participation - THANK YOU! We will make sure to inform everyone that they will be able to
wear jeans on this day as long as they are wearing pink on top to support our cause. Nancy
Hartman has also agreed to be our "face for the race" and is going to say a few words at the Winterfest assembly the
following week to further promote this event.
Monday starts PINK WEEK! The National Honor Society has formed a team for this year’s Susan G. Komen for the cure
race in Indy on April 17th. Please consider joining our team next week. Directions for signing up can be found on our
CHS website.
      On Thursday, February 25th all students and faculty will be allowed to wear jeans to encourage participation in
         this event…… long as you wear PINK ON TOP!
      PINK T-SHIRTS will be sold in the bookstore starting on Monday morning for $10. Please consider purchasing
         one to wear with your jeans on Thursday!
Thank you - NHS

The Archdiocese of Indianapolis will be offering a youth retreat (Consumed) on March 5 – 7 which will be hosted by
                        Cathedral High School. This will be a weekend retreat which leads young people, through prayer
                        and catechesis, before the Blessed Sacrament, creating a personal encounter with Jesus Christ,
                        leading to a deeper relationship with God, and a sense of community with their peers, with the
                        larger Church, and with the World.
                        This retreat includes: The Mass, the Sacrament of Reconciliation; Eucharistic Adoration, Music,
                        Dynamic Speakers, Fellowship and New Friends, committed and enthusiastic adult and young
adult leaders, medication and prayer, and a weekend in the Presence of Christ.
Click here for the Flyer for Consumed and for General Information for this Retreat Weekend.

              CON 10                 Registration
           Brochure.pdf          YouthConsumed10.pdf


Tutoring Opportunities:

   LIVE HOMEWORK HELP: Free tutoring for your students at
    Get an online tutor 2pm - 11pm seven days a week. Find a resource 24/7. IMCPL offers free online academic and
    career resources and tutoring from for all students & adults, and in Spanish too! All your
    students need is an IMCPL library card.
    * K-12 and college students can get help with homework, studying, projects, essay writing and
    test prep in every subject, including algebra, statistics, chemistry, physics, social studies and
    * Adults can get help with resume writing, GED prep, and academic support. All sessions
    are online and one-to-        one with a live tutor.
    * Getting help is easy. Just go to and click on "Get Homework Help".

   Please share this information with your student: National Honor Society offers peer tutoring in all subjects
    before and after school every day in the library. Get the help you may need to really start off second quarter well.
    Questions? Please contact Mrs. Holman ( or Mrs. Boyd (

   Junior and Senior Parents: Bender and Rocap Educational Services, located in the Nora area, offers classes or
    individual tutoring for SAT and ACT Test Prep. Go to or call
    Barbara Bender at 902-7572 to find information.
    Class size limited to 8 students
    Individual instruction available
    Instruction tailored to students’ individual needs
    Experienced, licensed teachers
    Recommended by Cathedral, Brebeuf, North Central, Carmel, Lawrence Central, Zionsville, and other schools.

Here is the remaining Math League date for this year. Students need to be in their seats in the cafeteria at 6:50 a.m.
and will be dismissed at 7:25 a.m. The last day will be on Tuesday, March 16th.

Theatre Information:

Cathedral Theatre will present the World Premiere of the new musical, Silver: The Tale of the One-Legged Man, on
April 15, 16, 17 at 7:30 and on April 18 at 3:00. Reserved seating is $15.00 per ticket; General Admission seating is
$10.00 per ticket.

                          THE TEMPEST     Phone#                email
Street Address

I want to order (number of tickets)                     RESERVED tickets @$15.00.

I want to order (number of tickets)                     GENERAL ADMISSION @$10.00.

I want to receive my tickets for SILVER        I want my tickets for the indicated
in the following manner:                                     performance (s):

                                                   1 THURS.,4/15 @7:30
    1. Box Office Will Call:                       2. FRI., 4/16 @7:30
                                                   3. SAT., 4/17 @7:30
        (Will call must be picked up 10 minutes)      4. Sun., 4/18 @ 3::00
        (before curtain time! If performance is)
        (Sold Out tickets will be RESOLD)

    2. Return by Cathedral Student:                             PAYMENT MUST ACCOMPANY
       Student Name                                             THIS ORDER

                         Return to the Theatre Department at Cathedral High School or mail to:

                                                   Jane Selsemeyer
                                               10516 Chestnut Hill Circle
                                                  Fishers, IN 46037

                                      For more RESERVATIONS call: 317-595-9474
                                               Or email
                                           Voice Mail Order Line: 968-7436

                                                      Drama Camp
Cathedral Drama Camp is a two week summer camp designed to instruct interested theatre students going into
grades 5. 6, 7, and 8 for the 2010-2011 school year in basic theatre concepts and acting principles in order to prepare
them for what to expect at the high school level, especially in the Cathedral Theatre Program.

The students will be coached by advanced students from the award winning Cathedral Theatre Department under the
direction of Mr. Terry F. Fox, Director of Theatre at Cathedral High School. Instruction will include basic vocabulary,
performance technique, improvisation, character study, and production. The camp will end with a performance recital
by all campers. All campers will receive a Cathedral Drama Camp
t-shirt. Enrollment will be limited to 30 students in each age group.

   Who:                Any student in grades 5, 6, 7, and 8 for 2010-2011 school year.
   When:               June 14-25, 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., M-F.
   Where:              Cathedral High School/O’Malia Performing Arts Center
   Cost:               $150.00 per student.

                                                    Mr. Terry F. Fox
                                                   Director of Theatre
                                                 Cathedral High School
                                                 Indianapolis, IN 46226

                                      REGISTRATION DEADLINE IS June 11, 2010

        Address (Street, City, Zip)
        Parent/Guardian (Required)
        Parent E-mail
        Phone Number
        Emergency Name & Contact Number
        Physician’s Name & Contact Number
        T-Shirt Size
        Payment (Required)


     3/4: Blue at NCHS
     3/5: Blue hosts Carmel…7:00
     3/12: In-house (Blue v. Red)…7:00
     3/17: Red at Guerin

Blue Book Information:

Blue Book Birthday Announcements:
     Celebrate your son’s or daughter’s birthday in the 2010-2011 Cathedral Blue Book. For just $10 you can make
     their day extra special by printing “Happy Birthday Jane Irish” on the date of their birth in a book that every
     student and parent carries daily.

     Student Name and Birthday ___ex. Jane Irish     May 1___________________




                Parents Name___________________________________________


                        Send your completed form and payment by April 30, 2010 to:

                                                Ann Bagwell
                                            7141 Huntington Rd
                                           Indianapolis, IN 46240

                                       Send in Now! – Do not Forget!

Advertise Your Business in the Cathedral Blue Book:

       The Cathedral Mother’s Club is offering advertising space in the 2010-2011 Cathedral Student Calendar and
       Directory (The Blue Book). This is your chance to support your school and your business at the same time. Your
       ad will get high visibility in a target market with great demographics!

       Advertising in the Blue Book continues to be a great value. 2725 books are printed and distributed to the
       students, families and staff of Cathedral High School. These books are used over and over throughout the
       school year, and truly provide your business with repeated exposure to a captive audience that really prefers to
       do business with the “Cathedral family.” Placing an ad gives you the opportunity to take advantage of that
       strong connection.

       To reserve your ad space and size, send me a quick email at You can email me your
                 ad copy, or fill out the form below and send the ad copy and payment to the address below.

                          Name: _______________________________________________
                          Phone: _______________________________________________
                          Address: ______________________________________________
                          City: ______________________________State: ____ Zip:_______
                                      The Blue Book is 5 ½ inches by 8 ½ inches
                                                ¼ page $250            _____
                                                ½ page $400            _____
                                           Full page      $750            _____
                              Inside cover $1000      _____
                              Back cover $1500              _____
                                          Please use my ad from 2009-2010
                                    Checks payable to: Cathedral Mother’s Club
                                Please send payment, form and camera ready ad to:

                                                  Cheryl Beckerich
                                                  6448 N Olney St.
                                              Indianapolis, IN 46220
                                               Phone: 317-696-1595
       Ads may also be submitted electronically in .jpg, .tif, or .pdf format to
                                          Deadline for ads is April 1, 2010

Cafeteria: Here is the Cathedral Cafeteria Menu during Lent. Of course, for today, Ash Wednesday, only non-meat
items were offered.

                                        Cathedral Lunch Menu During Lent
                       Monday          Tuesday           Wednesday             Thursday             Friday

                                                                             Fried Chicken
          Salad      Taco Salad       Cobb Salad        Tossed Salad             Salad          Tossed Salad
                                     Chicken Fajita                            Southwest         Tuna Salad
          Wrap      Turkey Club          Wrap             Club wrap             Chicken            Wrap
                    Hot Ham &
                      Cheese                                                                   Grilled Cheese
        Special 1    Sandwich       Club Sandwich         Patty Melt          Beef Burrito       Sandwich
                      Any Cup
        Special 2      Soup         Any Cup Soup        Any Cup Soup         Any Cup Soup       Fish Sandwich
                    Mixed Green      Mixed Green         Mixed Green         Mixed Green
                       Salad            Salad               Salad               Salad
                      Roll and
                       Butter       Roll and Butter     Roll and Butter     Roll and Butter
         Special3                                                                                 Quesidilla
                                                       Baked Penne w/           Chiken           Spaghetti w/
        Special 4                                          salad              Quesadillas           Rolls

                                      Hot Dog or                                                 Fish & Chips
        Special 5    Fett Alfredo     Coney Dog            Meatloaf         Pulled Pork BBq         Platter

                        Rolls                         Mashed Potatoes

                        Salad                                Roll
                                                                                                 Macaroni &
        Specila 6                                                                                 Cheese


Say Good “buy” to February and March into Savings…
     Visit the Spirit Shop for your PINK “CHS Race for the Cure” t-shirt ($10) for a Jeans
       Day on Thursday, 2/25! Guys & Girls available ~
     Shop lots of Pink apparel! Take 10% off PINK: popular ladies Velocity blouse, baby
       onesies and creepers, knit beanie caps, and selected t-shirts!
     New arrival: Class of 2014 Cathedral T-shirt with shamrock sleeve imprint ($12) ~
     Cathedral Irish wear and gear for Winterfest Week, March 1 -5! FANtastic winter clearance ~
    Countdown to St. Patrick’s Day…it’s time to get your IRISH on for March 17th stop in for lots of fun green
PLEASE NOTE: The Spirit Shop will be CLOSED Friday, February 26 ~ NO SCHOOL


Service Outreach News:

The new year of 2010 offers wonderful service opportunities for our Cathedral students.

Class Service Projects During Lent we will continue good works that involve us in our community. Our freshmen will
be assisting the Catholic Charities Christmas Store prepare for its next year’s ministry on Thursday, March 4, and our
sophomores will be assisting the Anna’s House with a spaghetti dinner on Wednesday, Feb 24 and March 10. Juniors will
help the homeless on Saturday, March 6 (the first Saturday in March) when we cook and serve our traditional Saturday
lunch at the Cathedral Soup Kitchen as well as serving lunch at the Lighthouse Mission (Wheeler Mission). There will be
an USO outreach led by sophomore Liz Subrin on March 6. Details on all of these on-going class service projects are
noted below in Service Opportunities.

S.A.I.L (Students Active in Initiative and Leadership) Workshop Students are invited to a leadership workshop on
Saturday, March 13 from 10 AM to 2:30 PM at Cathedral in the SLC. The fee for this workshop is $35. The morning
session will be inspired by the leadership experiences acquired by five noteworthy Cathedral alumni (Pat Jerrell ‘66, St.
Vincent De Paul President, Eric Sanders ‘2001, Big Brothers Big Sisters, Eric Howard ‘91, Director Outreach Inc,
Gabrielle Campo ‘95, Dir Catholic Charities Refugee Resettlement, and Jennie Coffey ’98, Mgr Habitat for Humanity
Family Services), who are actively engaged in the Indianapolis community. The afternoon session will included break-
out sessions with each of the visiting community agencies led by our alumni. This PM session will focus upon the work
and worth of each agency in our Indianapolis community. Our students will have an opportunity to direct how the
collective donation of $25 per person (part of the workshop fee) will be used by the agency to further its community work.
If needed, scholarship may be applied for the workshop fee. See attached flyer for details. Should they have morning
conflicts, students may elect to attend the PM session and a DVD will be provided for the AM session. Any questions,
please contact Cheri Halstead, email or 968 7317. Five service hours will be awarded for
participating in this workshop.

Lenten Prayer Partners Sophomore Class Project As we begin Lent, let us begin it in prayerful support and partnership
with a family from Anna’s House. Click here to access the sign up form be to a Lenten prayer partner. To join another
family in prayer may be a very special Lenten reflection for you and your family as well as the opportunity to provide an
Irish dinner right before St. Patrick’s Day. Your sophomore student is welcome to help us deliver the dinners on
Tuesday, March 16, 2010. In general, our prayer partner families are hispanic from the west side of town.

Service Agency Spotlight of the Week: Family Service. Family Service is an organization that has been around since
1835 providing service, education and professional counseling to families. It provides counseling regarding chemical
dependency, family and domestic violence, family preservation, parenting education, care given support, money
management, and employee assistance programs. High School students can assist Family Service by volunteering at
Children’s Haven, a child care facility for babies, toddlers, and young children located both at 615 N. Alabama Ste 320
and at the Marion County Courthouse (Hrs. 9-12 M-W, F and 4:30-8 M-Th). Other opportunities include having a drives
for baby and toddler supplies for the Child’s Haven. As well students can assist at the Family Fun night once a month
which is helo for clients and families to enjoy fun and activities as a family. On March 11 there will be an evening at the
New Family Fitness Center and another event on April 8 involving Mad Scientists. Call Leah Gonzalez or Lisa Shipley at
634 6341 X 162 for a volunteer packet. Website: Phone 634- 6341. Address:615 N.
Alabama Ste 320 46204. Junior Taylor Walker Anchor’s grandmother is very active in Family Service and Taylor
volunteers there with her often.

Tutoring at Horizon House Marcos Puente and others continue the computer literacy work commenced
by Dale Pedzinski with jump drives and computer instruction for the homeless at Horizon House.
 Please contact Mrs. Halstead at chalstead@cathedral-irish if you have an interest in the computer
instruction program for the homeless as they work on employment opportunities and skills.
Third Annual Peru Mission Trip With very competitive air fares, we invite you to join us on the
third annual mission trip on June 2-14, 2010 to the children’s Hogar (home) outside Lima, Peru. Come practice
your Spanish, receive Spanish instruction, and help care for sixty Peruvian children who reside at the
Hogar de San Francisco de Asis in Chaclacayo, Peru. After a week of work at the Hogar, you may elect to take
 a side trip to Machu Picchu (considered one of the eight wonders of the world) in Peru. Our trip cost is $1500
for the trip to Chaclacayo (just NE of Lima in South American). The optional side trip will cost $799 additionally.
Our next meeting is April 1, 6:00 PM in the SLC. Families are welcome. Please see Mrs. Halstead with questions.

Eighth Annual Spring Break Trip John’s Island, South Carolina. We will our final meeting on March 9
in the cafeteria at 6:00 PM to review the details for the Habitat Spring Break trip, taking place on
March 20-27, 2010. During this mission trip, we will work on four Habitat homes and perform outreach projects
for a local church. Please see Mrs. Halstead with questions. Fundraiser opportunities have begun. We have a
over 55 students participating in this trip; signups are still welcome but need to take place quickly.

Service Hours on Power School Service hours may be viewed on Power School and are current for all
hours received since the start of school. Seniors service hours, a graduation requirement, include completed service
Hours for their freshman, sophomore and junior year, 10 hours for their senior year due Nov 1, 09 and their
remaining 15 hours due March 1, 2010. Freshmen, sophomore and junior hours are due April 24, 2010.
 It is recommended and appreciated that that service forms be submitted as completed.

For details about these service opportunities, this chart and other links on the Cathedral web site, click here

Service Opportunities

                                                                                           Date &
    Organization                            Service Provided                                            Location

                                                                                                      Various         More
   Food Drives       Support your local food pantries with donations.                   Weekly
                                                                                                      locations.      Info

                     Assist Gabrielle Campo (Cath alum ’99) and Tim Winn as
   Catholic          they prepare apartments for newly arriving refugees from
                                                                                        Delivery      Catholic
   Charities         Sudan, Guinea and other countries. Donations of sofas,
                                                                                        8-5:30 M-F    Center
   Refugee           tables, lamps and chairs may be delivered to the Catholic Center
                                                                                                      Meridian St
   Resettlement      and pick-up of large furniture may be scheduled. The refugee
                     resettlement office number is 236-1517 (Tim Winn).

                     After school programs including basketball at three
   Brookside                                                                                          1035 Olney      More
                     Shepherd locations. Mr. Tim Street spoke from Shepherd             M-Th 3:30-6
   Community                                                                                          St.             Info
                     Communities at our fall Service Festival.

   Tear Down the     Help with street ministry for the homeless.              Sat 2:30-                     More
                                                                                                      1253 East St.
   Walls Ministry    Newsletter.                                                        5:30                          Info

   Keep Indy
                     Various projects. Click details here.                              Anytime
   Beautiful (KIB)

                     Help teach the homeless computer skills. Ages 17-18. Join          Saturdays     11033 E.
   Horizon House
                     Marcos Puente. Contact Mrs. Halstead.                              12:30-2:30    Washington

                     Like to cook? Help re-prepare food for disadvantaged               Thurs 4-8     1121
                     families and individuals by assisting in the cooking at            PM ;          Southeastern
                     Second Helpings. Must be 16 yrs of age. See website for            Sat 9-1 AM    Inpls 46202


School on        Help out by tutoring at IPS#14 once a week for one hour          M-Th
Wheels           after school. See details on this flyer and      3:45-4:45

                                                                                  Fridays        4 locations       More
Easter Seals     Help at Parents' Night Out for special needs kids.
                                                                                  6-10 PM        once a month      Info

Westminster      Adopt a resident from Westminster Village North For the                         63rd and
Village          Adopt a Grandparent program details, click here.                                Sunnyside Dr

                 Student tutors are needed to help with homework. Over 100
                                                                                  Mondays,         th
First Baptist    refugee families from Thailand / Miramar were forced to                         86 and
Church           leave due to religious persecution. Contact Cort Gillett 570-                   College
                 4398. Flyer.

                                                                                  Tuesdays       Second
Children of
                 Help children of divorce learn to cope. Consider participating                  Presbyterian
Divorce New                                                                       eve 2x per     7700 N
Day              in the next training.
                                                                                  month          Meridian

Cathedral        Assist in serving food to the needy. See Parish assistance       Any            1350 N Penn       More
Soup Kitchen     schedule. and Sunday shifts.                                     Sunday         46202             Info

                 Each Saturday you may help with Special Sports Programs
Carmel Dads
                 hosted by the Carmel Dad's Club. See detail listing of           Every          Location
Special Sports
                 events, times and locations on Saturday mornings. Sports         Saturday       varies
                 vary from soccer, T-Ball, bowling, tennis, BB, and others.

                 Assist with dynamic art programs at area schools. Phone
                 823 9555 x 11 for Kaitlin Mariutto. (ask to speak with Art                      Various
Art With a                                                                                                         More
                 With A Heart) ; email; website        3:30-4:30      Indianapolis
Heart                                                                                                              Info

St. Vincent De
                 Assist in re-packing bulk foods (Wed,), client choice
Paul Pratt-                                                                       Wed /Th 5-7    3001 E. 30th      More
                 shopping Th/Sat, & client intake (Th/Sat). Parish schedule
Quigley                                                                           Sat 9-12       46218             Info
Food Pantry

St. Vincent De   Help at the warehouse to pass out and collect furniture and                     1201 E.
Paul             household goods for relocated and disadvantaged                  Sat 8-12       Maryland
Warehouse        families. Parish schedule. Website:                            46202

Life Bridge                                                                       M-Th 4:30-     Benedict Inn
                 Southside outreach program to assist the youth in after-
Programs                                                                          6:30           1402 Southern
                 school programs.                                  Ave 46106
Beech Grove                                                                       Th 5:45-8:15

                 Turn in DVDs and movie snacks to Mrs. Halstead in the SLC
Soldier          for deployed National Guard soldiers AND write a supporting
                                                                                  Anytime        Mrs. Halstead’s
Support          card or letter. See flyer for the snacks AND flyer for the                      office
                 letter writing opportunity.

                 Work in the Resale Store any Saturday but must contact
Habitat for                                                                       Store          1022 E. 22nd      More
                 Jessica in advance 921 2121 x114. Habitat Volunteer form
Humanity                                                                          Sat 9 AM-2     St 46202          Info
                 Must be 13 to work in Restore; must be 16 for build.
                                                                                  T-F 9-6

                 Help distribute food from a food network which travels from
                                                                                                 St Joan of Arc
                 neighborhood to neighborhood each month to reach families        Sat Feb 27
Food Link                                                                                        500 E. 42nd St.
                 in need. Arrive at 8:30 to help unload and distribute food       8:30-12:30     46205
                 until noon. See YouTube Video

Catholic         Help begin preparation for next year’s store. Flyer for
                                                                                   Thurs Mar 4
Charities        details. Meet in the SLC right after school; parent drivers                     1435 N.
Christmas        needed. Once a month service for freshmen. Permission                           Illinois
Store            slip.

Cathedral        Junior Class Project. Cook and serve lunch to the homeless        Sat Mar 6     1350 N Penn        More
Soup Kitchen     at the Cathedral Soup Kitchen.                                    10:15-1:30    46202              Info

Wheeler          Serve lunch at the Lighthouse Mission. A group of 10-12.
                                                                                   Sat Mar 6     3208 E.
Mission          Junior leader needed to lead the group along with adult                         Michigan 46201
Ministries       chaperone. Flyer.

                 Travel to Camp Atterbury via bus with Cathedral group to
                 interact in games and hospitality with the soldiers training at
USO Soldier                                                                        March 6       Camp Atterbury
                 Camp Atterbury for deployment. Permission slip. Parent                          USO Lounge
Support                                                                            6-10:30
                 chaperones needed. Student leaders Liz Subrin and
                 Catherine Hackl. Flyer.

                 Help distribute food from a food network which travels from                     New Wineskin
                 neighborhood to neighborhood each month to reach families         Sat Mar 13    Ministries
Food Link                                                                                        4501 W. 38th St
                 in need. Arrive at 8:30 to help unload and distribute food        8:30-12:30
                 until noon. See YouTube Video                                                   46254

S.A.I.L.         AM Session: Meet five Cathedral alumni with strong
Students         leadership experience. PM Session: Meet in small student
                                                                                   Sat Mar 13    Cathedral
Active in        group to learn about and conclude as a group how to direct
                                                                                   AM: 10-12     Student Life
Initiative and   the group donation. Fee $35. $25 of fee will be donated to
                                                                                   PM: 12-2:30   Center
Leadership       agency of choice. Flyer. RSVP to Mrs. Halstead. 5 service
Workshop         hrs. earned. Lunch 12-12:30 PM.

                 Help deliver St. Patrick’s Day dinners to the Sophomore
Lenten Prayer                                                                      Tuesday       Anna’s House
                 Class Lenten Prayer Partners. Contact Mrs. Halstead.
Partners                                                                           March 16      303 Elder St.

                 Help out at the Knight’s Night annual fundraiser for Mary                               nd
Mary Castle                                                                        Fri Mar 19    E. 82        St.
                 Castle. Contact Erin Leraris at 723 3124 or
Carnival                                                                           5-8:30PM
        with questions. Details.

                 Attend the Pacer game and help afterwards to assemble
Kids Against
                 meals with KIDS AGAINST HUNGER. Meet a few Pacer                                Conseco
Hunger Pacer                                                                       Fri Mar 19
                 players as well. Flyer. Purchase ticket from Mrs. Halstead                      Field House
                 for $25.

                                                                                                 Red Cross
                 Help package meals which are shipped worldwide to
                                                                                   Sat Mar 20    15325
Kids Against     malnourished areas. Join in the packaging shift at the
                                                                                   10-12 or      Herriman
Hunger           Noblesville Red Cross site. Must provide own transportation
                                                                                   1-3 PM        Blvd
                 this week.

                 Help distribute food from a food network which travels from                     New Wineskin
                 neighborhood to neighborhood each month to reach families         Sat Mar 27    Ministries
Food Link                                                                                        4501 W. 38th St
                 in need. Arrive at 8:30 to help unload and distribute food        8:30-12:30
                 until noon. See YouTube Video                                                   46254

                 Help distribute food from a food network which travels from                     New Wineskin
                 neighborhood to neighborhood each month to reach families         Sat Apr 10    Ministries
Food Link                                                                                        4501 W. 38th St
                 in need. Arrive at 8:30 to help unload and distribute food        8:30-12:30
                 until noon. See YouTube Video                                                   46254

Cathedral        Help package meals for Haiti during resource in the SLC                         Cathedral
Helps Haiti      from 7:30 – 5 PM. Sponsored by the Cathedral chapter                            Student Life
                                                                                   April 12
Day              of Kids Against Hunger.                                                         Center.

    Susan B             Join the Cathedral team formed for the Susan B Komen
                                                                                            Sat Apr 17       Downtown
    Komen Race          walk. Register on

                        Help distribute food from a food network which travels from                          New Wineskin
                        neighborhood to neighborhood each month to reach families           Sat Apr 24       Ministries
    Food Link                                                                                                4501 W. 38th St
                        in need. Arrive at 8:30 to help unload and distribute food          8:30-12:30
                        until noon. See YouTube Video                                                        46254

                        Walk for Wishes at Ft. Ben. Register as a walking team;
                                                                                                             Ft. Benjamin
    Make A Wish         volunteer to help activities; be a creative group cheering on       Sat June 12

                                                                                            M-F after
                        Help to assist in the after school student playroom with            school to 8
    Dayspring                                                                                                1537 N.
                        children after school and while parents are in evening              PM. Sat,
    Center                                                                                                   Central
                        classes until 8 PM. Transitional housing. 2 hr shift pls.           Sun 8 AM-8

                                                                                                             1721 Pleasant
    Hamilton County     Help care for homeless animals Training sessions on                                                    More
    Humane Society                                                                          Anytime          Noblesville
                        Thursdays                                                                            46060             Info

    Gleaners Food       Assist in the packaging of food boxes, senior boxes and             Mon-Fri          1101 E. 16th      More
    Bank                weekend kids back-sacks.                                            7- 5 PM          St.46202          Info

    Visiting            Assist with line control and patient information. Flu                                Various
    Nurses              shots at various locations. Flyer. Free Flu shot.                                    locations

    Hispanic             Community Opportunities

                                                                                            Sat 8-
                                                                                             Sat 9-11        14598
    Trinity Free        Assist in translation or story hour. Requires a commitment
                                                                                            Story            Oakridge Rd
    Clinic              of approx. 30 volunteer hours a yr.                                 Hour,1&3rd       Carmel 46032
                                                                                            Th. eve Eye

                        Help continue the ministry of Lucious Newsom to pass out            Sat 9-11:30      303 Elder         More
    Anna's House                 th
                        food or 4 Wed Spaghetti dinner.                                     Wed 3:30-7       Street, 46222     Info

For details about these service opportunities, this chart and other links on the Cathedral web site, click here

Please continue to turn to the most compelling areas of need to perform your service stewardship. Thank you for supporting your class
service projects with enthusiasm and compassion. Should you desire to pursue an outreach project with an agency not listed, you may
also consult the list of service agencies available by clicking here. By working with diligence and interest on your service, you should
find yourself achieving about four hours of service each month. The balance of 2010 provides rich opportunities to direct helpful
hands and hearts to aid our community needs.

   Service Reflection
   They say it takes a minute to serve a special person,
   An hour to appreciate them,
   A day to love them,
   But then an entire life to forget them.

May your Cathedral service personally enrich you and your spirituality, as we seek to
address challenges faced by our brothers and sisters in our immediate community and world-wide.

Service hours for 2009-10 for freshmen, sophomore and juniors are due April 23, 2010. Seniors had 10 service hours due on

Nov. 1, 2009 and 15 service/leadership hours due March 1, 2010. Click here for the 2009-10 Service Documentation form and
here to print the 2008-09 Service Documentation Form. Click here for the Service Hour Criteria.


Student-Athlete Tip of the Week (2-21-10): Property of Billy Shepherd Sports Inc.

   What does the word "preparation" mean to you? It's a word that has been used often by our athletes competing
    in the Winter Olympics.
 In fact, speed skater Apolo Ohno, the all time medal winner in U.S. Winter Olympic history, stated that he never
    came in with the mind set of breaking records or winning a set number of medals. Apolo said "my philosophy on
    sport is about me preparing to my best abilities."
 Are you striving to reach your maximum potential in the classroom and in your sport? That's what preparation is
    all about !
For more sports stories and information on sports parenting go to

Season tickets are now on sale in the Athletic Office for the upcoming Boys’ Basketball Sectional. Our first game is
next Wednesday evening at Lawrence Central H.S. We will be the 2nd game that evening, following the L.C. vs. Arlington
game scheduled for 6pm. We will be playing Lawrence North H.S. at about 7:30pm. A season ticket pass for the entire
series of sectional games is $9.00. We are not selling individual game tickets. They may be purchased at the door. Go
Irish Boys’ Basketball!

Boys’ Diving:
DIVING REGIONAL - Tuesday, February 23 - Plainfield HS 6:00 PM
         Andrew Cramer has advanced to the diving regional meet set for this Tuesday in Plainfield at 6:00 PM. His
sectional final score was 432.45 and his PR this year is 465.85. I believe he is the FIRST IRISH diver to advance in the
program's history. He is currently sitting 3rd in the regional. The top 8 finishes advance to the State Championship for
this Saturday. I will drive an activity bus to the meet leaving at approximately 4:30. Seating is limited on the bus so
please contact me if you are planning on riding along. Pizza will be provided for the bus ride!
         I have Andrew 10th in the state amongst all the sectional divers who have advanced from their sectional to
one of the four regional sites. As you know the scoring is very subjective to each sectional site. This affects the reliability
of the psych sheet however good information going forward. Should Andrew finish in the top 12 in the State Meet, he
will put Cathedral High School in the state Ranking system. This is a positive point to have on our website and team
information as perspective students who may be swimmers/divers are looking at Cathedral. Thanks to Andrew for his
dedication to his sport and our team in many ways!
      Please send Andrew good luck wishes this week (e-mail,facebook etc.). Andrew's e-mail is ccramer@cathedral- Good Luck ANDREW!

Boys’ Swimming:
Licensed to IHSAA Championship Meet
HY-TEK's MEET MANAGER 3.0 2/18/2010 08:28 PM
IHSAA Boys Swimming and Diving Sectional - 2/18/2010 to 2/20/2010
Lawrence North High School
Event 1 Boys 200 Yard Medley Relay
        4 Indianapolis Cathedral 1:47.53 1:47.69
                1) Patrick Donovan SR 2) Michael Mitsch SO
                3) Eddie Steinmetz SR 4) Grant Gerbers JR
                5) Alec Bannister SR 6) Cameron O'Connor FR
                7) Mickey Roessler SO 8) Arturo Granados SO
 Boys’ Wrestling:
Last Match: 2/20/2010 Cathedral Individual Wrestling @ State
Recap: Portage's Sean McMurray (42-0) became a three-time state champ with a 9-0 win against Cathedral sophomore
Tyler Willis at 160 pounds. Willis, who had lost a 1-0 decision to McMurray earlier this season, injured his shoulder in a
semifinal match against Harrison's Cameron Vlahos and wrestled in the finals with it wrapped. Vlahos was disqualified
for the hold that injured Willis (43-2). "My shoulder popped out and then popped right back in, and it pinched a nerve. I
felt my hand go numb," Willis said. "I felt like I got some deep shots in (against McMurray), but I couldn't finish. He's got
really good hips and was able to push them down on my shoulders."
112 pounds: Jared McKinley (Perry Meridian) def. Jacob Boomsma (Bloomington South), 5-2; Kyle Ayresman (Lake
Central) def. Brian Harvey (Cathedral), 1-0; Brenden Campbell (New Castle) pin Cody Kendle (Pike Central), :59; Paul
Beck (Mishawaka) def. Mason Todd (Pendleton Heights), 11-0.
First-, third-, fifth- and seventh-place matches (1) Ayresman def. Beck, 3-1 OT; (3) Campbell def. McKinley, 10-5; (5) Todd
def. Harvey, 2-1; (7) Kendle pin Boomsma, 2:54.
130 pounds: Jason Tsirtsis (CP) pin Tucker Smith (Homestead), 3:50; Connor Mullins (NC) def. Jacob Melliff (North
Posey), 2-1; Nicholas Schrader (Mish.) def. Shawn Miracle (Bloomington North), 2-0 OT; Devon Jackson (York.) pin John
Stringfield (Cath.), 2:31.
152 pounds: Chad Welch (Castle) def. Tanner Lynde (Delphi), 7-4; Sammy Bennett (AH) def. Jimmy LaRowe (East Noble),
8-6; Zachary Corpe (Elkhart Memorial) pin Dustin Parrish (Plainfield), :30; Ryan Stahl (Mish.) def. Austin Neibarger
(Cath.), 6-1.
Semifinals, consolations Bennett def. Castle, 4-3 OT; Corpe def. Stahl, 7-1; Lynde def. LaRowe, 4-2; Parrish def.
Neibarger, 8-5.
First-, third-, fifth- and seveth-place matches (1) Bennett def. Corpe, 6-2; (3) Welch def. Stahl, 2-0 OT; (5) Lynde def.
Parrish, 4-2 OT; (7) LaRowe def. Neibarger, 8-4.
160 pounds: Cameron Vlahos (Harrison) def. Trey Reese (IC), 3-0; Tyler Willis (Cath.) def. Conner Lefever (Carroll), 4-3;
Zac McCray (Garrett) def. Jeremiah Oliver (Pike), 10-3; Sean McMurray (Portage) def. Ryan Kolb (Tri-West), 7-0.
Semifinals, consolations Willis def. Vlahos, disqualification; McMurray def. McCray, 5-0; Reese def. Lefever, 11-0; Oliver
def. Kolb, 6-5.
First-, third-, fifth- and seventh-place matches (1) McMurray def. Willis, 9-0; (3) McCray def. Vlahos, 5-2; (5) Reese tech
fall Oliver, 16-0; (7) Kolb def. Lefever, 6-4.


Smart Quote: Every individual matters. Every individual has a role to play. Every individual makes a difference.
             And we have a choice: What sort of difference do we want to make?
                     - Jane Goodall

Prayers are requested:
 For the unemployed and under-employed;
 For healing for Bob Alerding, a friend of Mr. Worland’s, suffering from an herniated disk; (2/23)
 For Jerry Sidwell, maintenance man, who is undergoing medical treatment for skin problems; (2/23)
 For the repose of the soul of Joe Purchia (51), friend of many at Cathedral. Joe coached football at both St. Michael
    and Cardinal Ritter High School. He was a supervisor on the Theater Expansion project. Joe touched the lives of
    many young people during his short life ~ may he rest in peace; (2/22)
 For the repose of the soul of Robert S. Burke (’52), grandfather of Ryan Burke (’04) and Emily Burke(’07) ~ may he
    rest in peace; (2/22)
 For healing for Jack Metzger, grandfather of Mark (’06), Hope (’07) and Julia (10) Miles. Jack fell and fractured his
    neck. The family also asks for prayer for Grandmother Sharon Metzger, Jack’s main caretaker; (2/22)
 For the repose of the soul of Dean Bailey, grandfather of Jacob Bailey (2012) ~ may he rest in peace; (2/22)

 For repose of the soul of Paul Lewis, father of Board Member Dave Lewis, grandfather of Cathedral alumni
  Christopher Lewis ('07) and current student Emily Lewis ('10), as well as father of Cathedral graduate Beth Ann
  (Lewis) Brucks ('84); 2/19)
 For safety for MaryAnn Murphy, teacher Rebecca Heger’s sister-in-law, who works with the State Department as a
  medical practitioner at the US Embassy Kabul, Afghanistan – and to whom the bombs are growing closer; (2/18)
 For repose of the soul of Rose Patrick, grandmother of College Advisor Kathy Pivonka ~ may she rest in peace;
 For healing from cancer for Monica (Bozzelli) Burrows, mother of several Cathedral graduates (Joseph, Frances and
  Stephen Burrows), and Aunt to the Phillippe, Campo, and Zickmund families; (2/18)
 For the grandfather of Emily Stewart…he is suffering from Lung Cancer and they have been called out of town
  because he has pneumonia; (2/16)
 For Dorothy McNutt, Dave Worland’s aunt who is elderly and gravely ill; (2/15)
 For healing for Michelle Guinigundo, a friend of Sr. Lynne’s, who is in ICU and recuperating from major surgery;
 For healing for Polly Fox, wife of AD Terry L. Fox, as she recuperates from back surgery; (2/4)
 For the repose of the soul of Brett Reinert, an 18 year-old and elementary school friend of Theresa Schott ~ may he
  rest in peace; (2/3)
 For repose of the soul of Virginia Boyd, mother of Diane Szymanski (Dir. Of Cathedral Fund), grandmother of Nick
  Szymanski (’01), who passed away on February 3 ~ may she rest in peace; (2/3)
 For the repose of the soul of Sharon Murray, mother of Brian (’89) and Molly (’94) Murray, who passed recently ~
  may she rest in peace; (2/1)
 For the repose of the soul of Edward Merkel, grandfather of Christina (’03), Maria (’05), Charles (’06), and Anthony
  Cossell (’09) ~ may he rest in peace; (2/1)
 For the repose of the soul of Robert Collier, (’33), who passed away in Phoenix and is the grandfather of Chris &
  Coley O'Connor (’09), and father-in-law of Gerry O'Connor, ’73) ~ may he rest in peace, (1/29)
 For the repose of the soul of Frank Gordon Jr., grandfather of Sam Stapleton ('08), Nick Stapleton ('10) and
  Stephanie Stapleton ('14) ~ may he rest in peace; (1/21)
 For the following people who are fighting cancer:
   For Joan Hurley, president of Clarksville Providence High School, as she continues her battle with cancer; (1/20)
    For a return to health for Tom Garing (’73), who is fighting cancer, and is the father of Nathan (’08) and Evan (‘10)
   For healing for Richard Dezelan (’53) who is undergoing leukemia treatments and is the grandfather of Dani
    Dezelan (’13); (1/13)
   For Matt Luedeman (’07), continuing to fight cancer; (1/14)
   For healing for Bob Matthews (‘63) who is battling cancer, husband of Jenny Matthews (former ShamrAuction
    director), and father of Christy (’91), Tracy (’94) and Amanda (’00); (1/14)
   For Molly Wagner, a 19-year old young women and friend of Charlene Witka was just diagnosed with Hodgkin’s
    Lymphoma; (11/18)
   For a return to good health for Andra Ignas, struggling with breast cancer and mother of Brittany (’11), Amanda
    (‘13 and Hannah (7th grade) and husband, Stan; (10/21)
   For healing for Kathy Miller, recently diagnosed with breast cancer, and mother of John (’06) Miller; (1/11)
   For a return to health for Tracy Mirro, sister of one of our faculty members, recently diagnosed with cervical
    cancer; as a single mother with two little ones, this will be a very difficult time for her; (11/3)
   For Michael Murphy '81, currently living in Texas, who is undergoing treatment for cancer; husband of Cynthia
    Warwick Murphy (’81), uncle to Vincent Grote (’11), Cameron Grote (’13), Catherine Goodin (’12), Caroline Goodin
    (’13), and cousin to Mary Christ (’12) and Jack Christ (’13); (1/28)
   For healing for Mary Jo Heppner, Head Nurse for the Sisters’ of St. Francis motherhouse; (5/22)
   For healing for Cynthia Forgey, mother of Jennifer Jarrett (’94), who has been diagnosed with ovarian cancer;
   For teacher Barb Fitzgerald and for continued health; (5/6)
   For continued health for recently-retired teacher Dennis Kelly; (5/6)

   For continued good health for Caroline Jaskoski, wife of College Advisor Mike Jaskoski, in remission for cancer;
 For those who serve our country:
     For Brian Whittaker (’05) currently serving in Afghanistan;
     For Christopher Miller (’07), recently assigned to Afghanistan – the family asks for prayer
      for Chris and for the family;
     For Ben Smith '09, Marco Caress '09 and Jon Mecher '09, who are beginning their first
      year at the United States Military Academy;
     For 1LT John Schluge (’03), currently serving with the 38th Infantry Division of the Indiana
      National Guard in Afghanistan, at Bagram AFB; prayers are requested for John and for his
      fellow soldiers;
     For Cpl. Jon Barnett USMC, recently deployed to Afghanstan, and Godson of Eric and Karen Jensen, and God-
      brother to Connor ('12) and Peter ('08) Jensen; (11/13)
     For Drew Maci, who is an Army Specialist going through Basic Training, and will enter the Officer Candidate
      Program; (11/11)
     For Mike Beasley, father-in-law of Nicole (Farrell) Beasley ’98, who is serving in Tikrit, Iraq;
     For 1st Lieutenant Nicolas Villarruel ('02), in the Marines on tour in Asia/Oceania areas;
     For Jacob Beasley, brother-in-law of Nicole (Farrell) Beasley ’98, who is stationed in Kabul, Afghanistan;
     For, Noah Beasley, brother-in-law of Nicole (Farrell) Beasley ’98, who training at Ft. McClelland, Al;
     For US Army Reserve Rodney Fultz, stationed in Afghanistan for 12 months. Uncle of Stephanie ('12) and
      Michael ('08) Fultz;
     For Douglas Ausenbaugh (’07), who is beginning his third year at the United States Military Academy – West
     For Michael O'Connor ('01), who has returned from Iraq and Afghanistan and who is serving here in the USA
     For Matthew Laine, cousin of Eric Laine ('06) and Katie Laine's ('09) cousin, who is in the United States Air Force;
     For 2nd Lt. Zach McCarty (’04), currently serving at Hill Air Force Base in Utah;
     For Josh Plummer, brother of Jessica Plummer (’06), deployed with the Marines in Iraq;
     For Dustin Juerling, cousin to Alex Juerling (‘09), in the Army Airborne Rangers;
     For Alex Merkel, ’06 Roncalli grad and the step-brother of Emily Criss (‘11). He is a Navy Petty Officer and
      shipped out on the aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln;
     Lt. David Vogelgesang ('00) who is a Lieutenant in the Navy was deployed to the Persian Gulf in May 2009;
     For Alexis Vogelgesang, wife of David (above), 1st Lieutenant in the Marine Corps, who has returned safely from
      Iraq and is stationed in California
     For Curtis Worthy (’97), serving in Iraq;
     Fred Evans (’61) asks for prayers for his nephew, Christopher Fullen, who is now serving in Balad, north of
     For Dan Hess ’07, who begins his third year at the US Air Force Academy;
     for USAF’s Staff Sgt. Michael Grable, who is the nephew of Sister Mary Ann Stewart – he continues to serve in
     for Craig Thedwall (’99), who is studying for the JAG Corps in Washington, DC;
     For Alek Cholewa ' 03, with the Marines in Iraq;
     For Jack Lupo (’08), in his second year at the US Air Force Academy;
     For Ens. Jamie Lupo, ’02, ended her first deployment and is in the States for a while, before she rejoins the USS
      Roosevelts again;
     For Justin Mason (’05) is a student at the Air Force Academy (Class of ’09) and is doing well;
     Please continue to pray for all of our soldiers, deployed or at home;
     and for all who protect us – soldiers, sailors, firefighters, police forces, and parents.

Be with me, Lord, when I am in trouble.
During this first week of Lent we call upon God to be our help.
General Intercessions for this week:

       For the Christian People of God, the Body of Christ in our world:
                 Be with us, O God.
       For eyes to see you present in those in need:
                 Be with us, O God.
       For those who work for justice and equality:
                 Be with us, O God.
       For families and households who struggle for their basic needs:
                 Be with us, O God.
       For this school Community as we begin our Lenten journey together:
                 Be with us, O God.
       For our beloved friends and family who have died and now share new life with the risen Jesus:
                 Be with us, O God.
                                 [Living with Christ, February edition, p. 145]

Yours truly,

Cathedral High School


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