President’s Blog – March 7, 2022

Where are You, God? Where are You in the midst of the atrocities continuing to ravage Your creation? How am I to make sense of the prominence of such evil? Perhaps the opportunity to seek God’s presence is in fact my “desert experience” this Lent, my 40 days of longing for a deeper union and understanding of God’s presence in our world today.


President’s Blog – Feb. 28, 2022

Staying true to the people God is calling us to be is a challenge that becomes more difficult each day. What holds us together is our faith in God’s presence and love in the midst of so much chaos and our desire to overcome the hatred and the violence of a world that rejects the Gospel.


President’s Blog – Feb. 22, 2022

Snow days and celebrating the continued success of our young women and young men – all in a matter of a few days. Such is the ebb and flow of daily life for our students, faculty and staff.


President’s Blog – Feb. 14, 2022

prepares its students for a life to be lived following the Gospel call of Jesus to be women and men of faith, prayer, and putting love into action, especially to care for the least among us.


President’s Blog – Feb. 8, 2022

From a Hall of Fame celebration to snow days to opening our home and our hearts to a family of Afghan refugees, there is a lot happening in the Helias Catholic community.


President’s Blog – Feb. 1, 2022

Helias Catholic High School is part of the Church’s educational mission, and as such we are called as a community to always be open to one another and to visitors.


President’s Blog – Jan. 25, 2022

This week a number of Helias Catholic faculty, staff, administrators, alumni and friends of the school will be meeting to reinvigorate the strategic growth process that was undertaken and almost completed over a year ago. 


President’s Blog – Jan. 18, 2022

Yesterday we remembered Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Dr. King’s message of the innate dignity of each person, regardless of their race or creed, is a message that continues to be at the forefront of our pursuit of forming students into young people who strive to become saints and scholars for Christ.


President’s Blog – Jan. 11, 2022

How can we help students become more aware of Jesus in their lives? The answer to that question is clear: we, too, need to strive each day to be saints and scholars for Christ.


President’s Blog – Jan. 4, 2022

The first school prayer of the new semester has concluded, first period has begun, and we are off together on the journey that awaits us in the new year. Thank you for continuing to be a part of our journey at Helias Catholic!