Last night’s opening of Godspell was awesome…Friends of JPII or just good theatre — You must see this show! Two shows left: Tonight at 7:30 PM and Sunday at 3:00 PM. Come and see the great things happening at JPII!
There's plenty to chew on when reading "Faith in Flux: Changes in the Religious Affiliation in the U.S." recently released by the Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life. [Read the U.S. Catholic Bishops' press release and the full report by the Pew Foundation.] The report indicates that for those who have left the Catholic Read more…
A nice way to spend a sunny Friday afternoon. Girls tennis, already up three matches, enroute to a home victory over Sturgis. Boys baseball, across campus, caps the comeback with a ninth-inning winning run against Cape Tech. Congratulations, Lions!
With a pair of 4-1 wins, JPII Girls and Boys Tennis teams notched their first victories of the season (and the program!) over Cape Cod Tech yesterday. The Lions' swept the their six singles matches on route to the wins. Congratulations Lions tennis, Coach Wile and Coach Gaudet!
I was already jazzed for Red Molly this spring, having seen them earlier this winter in Martsons Mills and then adding some of their great music to my iPod. Now, I'm extra-juiced: Mark Girardin, JPII music teacher, mentioned Tripping Lily, a Cape-based folk/ uekelale-type ensemble, one day in the copy room. Two conversations later, they're Read more…
Despite a 7th inning, 7-5 loss to Cape Tech in the home opener, Lions baseball looked good with their play and the new uniforms. Check out these photos (below). Next up: Girls softball home opener today!
Cape Tech 5, JPII Lions 5 in the home opener — heading into the 7th. Go Lions!
Still glowing after an awesome Matthew Kelly presentation last night. Five Hundred(!) people packed the JPII auditorium and enjoyed words with genuine wisdom that left much to ponder. It's funny how each of us can hear something a little different, yet converge on truth. In Chapel today, I asked students a simple question: In one sentence, What did Read more…
Pardon my downtime…while numerous new and noteworthy events have transpired since my last post (Congratulations, Alissa!), I've been remiss in keeping up. Anyone with an RSS feed likely thinks we've disappeared. Intentional reference, RSS feed is. This is a term and concept I only recently discovered. While I consider myself passably competent in computer Read more…
It’s nice to have big brothers and sisters sometimes, especially in these first “underclass” years. For the second year, senior Campus Ministry students from Bishop Stang High School assisted JPII staff with our (very important) day of retreat for the Class of 2011. I was impressed (again!) and grateful to these young women and men Read more…
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