My prayer for each of us is that we take time to reflect on the great gift of the birth of Jesus. I pray, too, that we take the time to prepare our souls for the reality that Jesus will come again.
This school year so far has been filled with many joyful and memorable moments. Each of these moments has been filled with the presence of God, alive and calling us closer to Him.
Thanksgiving is almost upon us. Winter is approaching. Advent is almost here. Just like that, we are moving quickly toward the end of our first semester – incredible how quickly time flies.
Halloween. All Saints’ Day. All Souls’ Day. Whatever your memories of today and the coming days might be, I hope your home is filled with a spirit of gratitude and love.
We are blessed at Helias Catholic to accompany students on their faith journey. We need to give young people an experience of God: we need to help young people see God alive in their daily lives.
I often tell our students they are with us for four years as a student but they are with us for the rest of their lives as an alumnus. The Helias Catholic legacy lives on in the men and women who have walked the halls of our school since its inception in 1956.
At Helias Catholic High School we introduce our students to the importance of slowing down and taking time to look for God in the midst of their daily lives.
Our Helias Catholic community is called together to form young people to grow into saints and scholars for Christ. Part of that call is to be aware of the larger world around us and to respond to opportunities to seek justice and to promote the dignity of all people.
Happy Homecoming, Crusaders! Dear Helias Catholic family, Homecoming 2022 is upon us. This past Thursday we held our annual Homecoming queen assembly. Eleven young women were chosen by their classmates to represent Helias Catholic to our larger community. This year’s Homecoming queen, Leah Kolb, and court will be at the center of this Thursday evening’s … Continued
I enjoyed seeing many alumni and friends of Helias Catholic in Mid-Missouri supporting the school Monday for the annual golf tournament hosted by The Foundation for the Benefit of Helias Catholic High School. Stay tuned for more information about a handful of opportunities to engage in alumni events over the coming weeks.