Welcome Back and Happy Easter!

While we hope the children enjoyed one extra day of Easter break, the faculty and some of our staff members enjoyed being with 8,000 other Catholic educators from around the country who have descended upon St. Louis for the National Catholic Education Association (NCEA) Annual Conference!…click here to read more.

Academy faculty members surrounding the life-size Flat Philippine at the Shrine booth at the NCEA 2017 convention in St. Louis on Tuesday made for an engaging photo—so engaging that it was chosen as the NCEA Photo of the Day! Happily posing with our patron saint are, clockwise from left, Mrs. Brakensiek, Mrs. Murray, Mrs. Strickland, Mrs. O’Connor, Mrs. Kaemmerlen and Mrs. Robin.

Academy faculty and staff members attended the first day of the convention, participating in the opening mass with 8,000+ other Catholic educators from around the country, hearing from leaders in break-out sessions, and perusing scores of booths in the grand hall of America’s Center. NCEA 2017—providing inspiration and affirming our Catholic identity.  (Fun fact—the very first NCEA convention was held in St. Louis, in 1904.)

When we began our Lenten Journey, we talked about using this liturgical season to do three things:

  1. Pray a little more: to spend more time with God in the depths of our hearts.
  2. Help others a little more: especially those who are in real need. 
  3. Fast a little: to give up (or fast from) something. 

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Sister Glavin recently received the exciting news that St. Philippine Duchesne has been elected to the St. Louis Walk of Fame! The induction event will take place on Friday, June 23, the Feast of the Sacred Heart, at 11:30 a.m. at her star and plaque, 6241 Delmar in The Loop. A ragtime band will play before and after the star and plaque are unveiled. All are welcome to attend.

What a fun and engaging event to add to the slate of bicentennial activities getting underway this summer!…click here to read more.