Last Chance for Tickets!

Don’t miss the Endowment Event next Friday, October 19. TICKETS ARE ON SALE NOW  SIGN UP TO VOLUNTEER  Help us recognize Mr. Tice at this special event while raising funds for the school endowment.  As the school endowment has grown, annual disbursements have started to benefit the school operating budget allowing us to remain accessible to … Continue Reading »


We have entered October – officially bringing in the season of ghouls and ghosties, bats and black cats, tricks, treats, boos, dancing bones! Use Scrip for those candy treat purchases, costume embellishments, pre-trick-or-treat hot dog party!  Scrip makes your Halloween shopping “peaceful.” P.S.  Scrip will be sold after Mass on Sunday, October 7! Contact Andrea … Continue Reading »

CYO Basketball – Sign Up NOW!

Registration is open for CYO Basketball for coaches and players, until October 29, 2018. Don’t wait!  If you do not register your child by this date, we cannot guarantee that they will be able to participate in CYO basketball this year. Register Online here. Review of skills for teams will take place beginning the week of … Continue Reading »

Jog-a-thon GOAL – Almost There!

We are so close to reaching our Jog-a-thon goal of $80,000! As of today, total donations exceed $78,000! Thank you for your generous donations and support! Students will earn an all-school Free Dress Day on Jog-a-thon Celebration Day, Friday, October 19, if we reach our goal on or before Friday, October 5! You may continue … Continue Reading »

CYO – From the Athletic Director

Thursday, October 4 is the deadline to register students for CYO Cross Country!  All students, PK-Grade 8 are welcome! This is a no cut sport!  The majority of the practices are running games and parents are welcome to participate. It’s a great additional practice for soccer. Practices are NOT mandatory but encouraged. Preschool-Grade 3 practice … Continue Reading »

Prayer of Repentance and Healing

St. James Cathedral, 804 9th Avenue, 7pm The findings of the Pennsylvania Grand Jury and the news of abuse by Archbishop McCarrick have devastated the Church in recent days and have left many Catholics feeling deeply angry, disturbed, and hurting. Archbishop J. Peter Sartain and auxiliary bishops Eusebio Elizondo and Daniel Mueggenborg invite all the … Continue Reading »