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.
About 350 students walked out of class at 10 a.m. April 11 at Cathedral High School in St. Cloud. For 17 minutes they gathered in front of the main entrance holding signs and spending time in prayer, reading from Scripture, and in silence.
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.
Students gather with Bishop Kettler to ask questions and give input for the 2018 Synod on Young People, Faith and Vocational Discernment.
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.
The stories Deb Schnettler has heard in the three short weeks since Cathedral’s new prayer club formed make the hair on her arms stand up — a “Spirit rush,” she calls it.
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, […]
Brandon Hernandez has always been excited about theater. So when the Cathedral sophomore heard about the play “Buzz” that his school theater department was performing for area elementary schools, he said he was “head over heels” interested in auditioning. The play tells the story of Benny Bee, a young bee who buzzes differently than the […]