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Students Share Gratitude at Scholarship Breakfast

"CJ has been a really influential part of my life and I've had a lot of opportunities that if I hadn't gone to CJ, I wouldn't of had otherwise."

Sarah Hartley '18 was one of the dozens of students who shared that sentiment with benefactors during the annual scholarship breakfast on November 18.

"I've had a lot of faith development and gotten to go on mission trips and retreats," Hartley reflected.  "With the academics and athletics too, it's really helped shaped me into the person I am."

Hunger & Homelessness Awareness Week: Nov. 14-21

For more than 25 years, the CJ community has spent the week before Thanksgiving thinking of others by participating in the national Hunger & Homelessness Awareness Week.

"The timing is nice because it is right before Thanksgiving and we can be thankful for our blessings," Director of Ministry & Service Kelli Kinnear said. "It can inspire us to give more."

The school's theme for this year's Hunger & Homelessness Awareness week is #bemercyCJ.

Junior Continues Got Veggies? Mission

A student in the Class of 2018 is ensuring a successful 2016 Senior Capstone project lives on over the summer and throughout the upcoming school year.
 
Evan Eichenauer ’18 has enlisted several other CJ students to collect fresh fruits and vegetables which in turn are donated to Catholic Social Services as part of the Got Veggies? capstone created last year. 
 

Life-Changing Marianist LIFE Week

Eight students spent what they described as a life-changing week with more than 60 people from around the world as part of the Marianist LIFE Week at Mount Saint John.

“I gained a lot from my time at LIFE week, although most of which is very difficult or impossible to put into words,” said Andrew Buchanan ‘18. “I met a ton of new people who I became very close with and I am grateful to call them my family. I grew closer to God than ever before and grew closer to the other CJ kids who went with me.”

Students Reflect on Solsberry Mission Trip

Incoming sophomores, juniors and seniors recently spent five days in Solsberry, Indiana to serve those in the community and to learn more about themselves as part of a mission trip at Solsberry Hill.

"I attended the same trip last year so I knew what to expect, but I also knew there were parts of myself that I hadn't discovered quite yet," shared Brianna Gavin '17. "I knew those parts of myself may be used to make improvements within the community to make it a better place."

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