President’s Blog – Aug. 8, 2022

This past Saturday we welcomed the Helias Catholic Class of 2026 to FROSH Camp. As soon as we begin the new academic year, the days and weeks will fly by.


President’s Blog – Aug. 3, 2022

Building on Helias Catholic’s legacy for future Crusaders Dear Helias Catholic family, Construction work continues on Helias Catholic’s Crucifix Entrance and Rackers Fieldhouse. A number of people have asked me if we are keeping the original crucifix statue. Yes, we are! We will light the crucifix throughout the night. I will chair a meeting next … Continued


President’s Blog – July 26, 2022

May the remaining weeks of summer afford you the opportunity to enjoy family and friends. And may the remaining weeks of summer also bless you with moments of consolation and a deeper awareness of God alive in your daily life.


President’s Blog – June 22, 2022

Work is well underway at Helias Catholic. The renovation project that began earlier this summer should be complete by late fall.


President’s Blog – May 30, 2022

Thank you, God, for the blessing of those who over the years have laid down their lives for us. We trust in your enduring and consoling presence in the lives of those who have lost loved ones, especially the families who have lost children through acts of violence.


President’s Blog – May 23, 2022

Our prayer for the members of the Helias Catholic Class of 2022 is that they continue striving to become saints and scholars for Christ.  


President’s Blog – May 17, 2022

Thank you for continuing to be a cornerstone for our Catholic mission. As we conclude this academic year, our prayers of gratitude for your presence in the life of our beloved school are sent heavenward.


President’s Blog – May 9, 2022

My prayer for each of us today is that we receive the grace to take time to stop, listen, reflect and savor the moments of the day. Each day is indeed a gift.


President’s Blog – May 2, 2022

This morning we will gather as a community to celebrate Mass and to hold our traditional May crowning of Mary. In the midst of our prayers and songs, we will recall a member of our senior class, lost unexpectedly, and ask God to grant her eternal rest.