Friday, April 17
Thank you for this covenant of reconciliation!
The Lord Jesus reveals himself to each of us
as we open our hearts to hear his word.
Do you recognize the Lord’s presence in your life
and do you accept his word with faith and trust? […]
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Thursday, April 16
May we be one in faith and love.
The apostles’ acts continue the work of Jesus,
through the ways they bring his liberating message and his healing.
And Jesus is very much with us this week, offering us his peace.
We ask to be able to share our faith and our love with others. […]
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Wednesday, April 15
“Did not our hearts burn while he opened to us the Scriptures”
Why was it difficult for the disciples to recognize the risen Lord? Jesus’ death scattered his disciples and shattered their hopes and dreams. They had hoped that he was the one to redeem Israel. They saw the cross as defeat and could not comprehend the empty tomb until the Lord Jesus appeared to them and gave them understanding. […]
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Tuesday, April 14
“I have seen the Lord!”
Mary Magdalene’s message to the disciples is the very essence of Christianity. We seek to know the Lord personally, to meet him. In the resurrection we encounter the living Lord Jesus who loves us personally and shares his glory with us. Like Mary, we must stay present to difficult situations. Like Mary, we must bear witness that Christ is alive! […]
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Monday, April 13
Are you prepared to meet the Risen Lord?
The disciples were as unprepared for his resurrection as they were for his death. The empty tomb made them fearful, yet joyful, at the same time. “Where did they put the body?” Or, “Did he really rise just as he predicted?” Even though Jesus had spoken to them before of his death and rising, they could not believe until they saw the empty tomb and met the risen Lord. […]
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Daily Mass provides the space for students to take a break from the hustle of everyday life, come together with their sisters, and allow God to fill them with His presence and His peace. […]
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Similar to Socratic dialogue, the Harkness Discussion is a discussion-based format for learning (rather than a lecture-based format). The discussions are student-led. […]
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The study of Latin and Philosophy improves both critical thought and critical analysis. […]
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We present In Fiamme, a space where you will find daily prayers and meditations during the week, periodic writings from the faculty, and messages from the principal and president.
The name for our blog at SCA was chosen in honor of our patron, St. Catherine of Siena. The phrase, “In fiamme” is Italian for “ablaze” or “on fire.” Be who God meant you to be and you will set the world on fire.” – St. Catherine of Siena […]
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