Dominican Sister Mary Jo Sobieck stood grinning at the pitcher’s mound at the Chicago White Sox game, ready to throw out the ceremonial first pitch for Marian Catholic Night, Aug. 18.
CHICAGO (CNS) — Not only is Dominican Sister Mary Jo Sobieck a nun, she’s also an internet sensation. The ceremonial first pitch she tossed prior to a Chicago White Sox-Kansas City Royals game in Chicago Aug. 18 — a curveball with what baseball insiders call “12-to-6” action — was a perfect strike. It also didn’t […]
Paula Foley has been selected as the new principal of Cathedral High School in St. Cloud, the school’s board of directors and Catholic Community Schools announced July 30.
Every year, The Visitor contacts a sampling of parishes with graduating seniors in the Diocese of St. Cloud, as well as Cathedral High School and St. John’s Preparatory School, and asks them to nominate students to profile in our Salute to Grads section. The students who were nominated are featured here.
The Diocese of St. Cloud celebrated Catholic Schools Week by holding Masses at two locations simultaneously Jan. 31. Two thousand students and teachers from the St. Cloud area Catholic Community Schools gathered at Cathedral High School, while 600 were on hand at St. John’s Abbey Church in Collegeville.
Groundbreaking for a new Cathedral High School academic building is anticipated for summer 2018 with occupancy
in time for the 2019-2020 school year, according to a news release from the school Oct. 31.
Cathedral High School board of directors addressed the future of the school community in light of the formation of the Catholic Community Schools system
In the early hours of Jan. 20, eight Cathedral High School students and their social studies teacher left the warmth of their hotel to secure a spot on Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington, D.C., to watch the presidential inaugural parade.
“I think the greatest thing he taught me was simply to find joy in life,” said friend Dr. Rick Rysavy.
Cathedral High School’s senior campus ministers greeted families, students, faculty, staff and community members the evening of Sept. 20 in front of the school’s main entrance in St. Cloud, as they gathered to pray together for the International Day of Peace. The candlelight service, which included Scripture, petitions, reflection and prayer, opened and closed with […]
The smell of freshly sharpened pencils wafts through school hallways across the diocese as administrators, teachers and staff prepare to welcome students. Soon they’ll be met with eager faces anticipating all things new — friends, knowledge, opportunities, even new teachers and administrators. “We are always excited to start a new school year,” said Linda Kaiser, […]