Exaltation of the Holy Cross

Today we celebrate the finding of the Cross on which Jesus died. September 14 is the day on which it is believed that Emperor Constantine’s mother, St. Helena, discovered a relic found at the site of Christ’s crucifixion and believed to be the cross. Our Church exalts the triumph of the Cross, the instrument of our redemption. To follow Christ, we must take up His cross and follow him. […]

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Welcome Back Message

As I stood at the side of the gym on Wednesday morning, looking at the physically distanced students in their uniform skirts and the seniors in their black cardigans and the underclassmen in their new purple quarter-zip or purple-ish fleece sitting in the bleachers, I was incredibly moved. This was the first time since March 12 that the SCA community was able to gather to celebrate the Eucharist together.  […]

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Walk with two feet

We pray with Pope Francis during these days of Pentecost that the Holy Spirit is moving to give us the strength to stay the course and work for lasting change. Like those first disciples, St. Catherine of Siena heard Christ calling her to embody the Truth of Love in her world: “I need you to walk with two feet; love of God and love of all that God loves.” We, too, are called to be the Truth of Love for our world. […]

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