Cathedral High School Vision
Cathedral High School, a Catholic institution,
will be the model for all high schools
as she profoundly shapes the way students
think, serve and lead.
Cathedral High School Mission
Cathedral, a Catholic college preparatory high school,
provides to a diverse group of students opportunities
for spiritual, intellectual, social, emotional
and physical growth through service and academic excellence.
Dear Cathedral Parents,
In recent past years, we have had a familywhich decorated
our campus for Advent. All of theirchildren
have nowgraduated,buttheyhave leftthe
decorationsforotherstouse. I am looking
for a fewfamilieswhowouldbe willingtoworktogethersothatour campus donsfineryforthe
Adventseason. If you and yourfamilywouldbe interestedindoingthis,please letme knowat
email@example.com. Ido wantto make you aware that thisjobdoesinvolve some ladders
and physical needs. If fourpeople were workingtogether,itwouldprobablybe a10 – 15 hour job.
Use these hyperlinksto findinformationquickly:
Bookstore and Spirit Shop
Dates to Remember
Dates to Remember:
Thurs,Nov 11 Band Pictures-WAC-7:00AM
Fri,Nov12 Dad’sDay BreakfastinCafeteriafrom6:00 – 7:15 a.m.
Sat, Nov13 DiversityConference
CHS Orchestra performing at the Cathedral Soup Kitchen from 11:30am to 12:15pm.
Tues,Nov16 Math League-Café- 6:55a.m.
Caritas– school beginsatregulartime – Dr. Ben Carson
ShamrAuctionLuncheon - 10:30 am - 1:00 pmat RitzCharlesinCarmel (informationinside)
Thurs,Nov 18 ½ Day School – dismissal at11:28 a.m.
OpenHouse presentationsfrom all academics,clubs,andathleticteams
SpiritShopHours: 7:15 a.m. – noon; 5:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Fri,Nov.19 Amy’sDay Breakfast – Cafeteria–6:00 – 7:15 a.m.
Fall Play(StudentMatinee)at9:30 a.m. inO’MaliaPerformingArtsCenter
Fall Play at 7:30 p.m.inO’MaliaPerformingArtsCenter
Sat, Nov20 Fall Playat 7:30 p.m.inO’MaliaPerformingArtsCenter
Cathedral HS PlacementTest
Sun,Nov21 Fall Playat 3:00 p.m.inO’MaliaPerformingArtsCenter
Wed,Nov24 State ChampionshipDayhonored2009-2010 Boys’Volleyball andRugbyTeams – no school
Thurs-Fri,Nov25-26 ThanksgivingVacation –noschool
Tues,Nov30 ProfessionalLearningCommunitiesforfaculty/staff –school beginsat8:05 a.m.
Wed,Dec 1 Reconciliation-Special Schedule-RobertV.WelchStudentActivityCenter
Thurs,Dec. 2 CatholicChoral Festival/Concertat7:30 p.m.in BishopChartrandChapel atMarian University
Fri,Dec 3 ChristmasDance - 8:00 – 11:00 – Cafeteria
SpiritShop-9:00– 2:00 p.m.
Black Box Theatre – 4:00 p.m. Admissionisfree;only75admitted,however.
Sat, Dec.4 Brunch withSanta– Cafeteriafrom9 – 11 (informationinside)
Choral Cookie Bake incafeteria
Choral Tech.Rehearsal inauditoriumfrom1:00 – 4:00 p.m.
Sun,Dec. 5 HolidayConcertinauditoriumfrom1:00 – 3:30 p.m.includinginstrumental andchoral presentations
Annual HabitatChristmasDinneratSLC Commonsat 4:30
From the Desk ofthe Chaplain ~ Daily Mass is offeredinthe Chapel at 7:00 a.m. on Tuesdays,
Wednesdays,Thursdays,and Fridays. Fr. Munshowerencouragesmembersof the Cathedral Familyto
contact himto have a mass saidin memoryof a lovedone. If you are not able to pay the $10 Mass
stipend,youmaystill submitanintentionforourdailyMass. Please contactFr.Munshower at 968-
7362 for detailsandarrangements. Fatheralsorequeststhat,if youcontract a Mass, that someone
fromyour familytriestobe inattendance onthat day.
CommunionServicesandMassesbeginat7:00 a.m.inthe Cathedral Chapel.
Day Date Holy Day Mass Offeredfor:
Thurs 11/11 St. Marin Of Tours For the intentions of George Maley from Shelley
Fri 11/12 St. Josaphat RIP Sr. Delia Leonard, S.P. from the Huber family
Mon 11/15 Communion Service Private Petitions
Tues 11/16 St. Margaret to Scotland For the intentions of Julian Gonzalez from his mother
Wed 11/17 St. Elizabeth of Hungary RIP Alberta Cronin from Marianne Echelbarger
Dedication of Basilica of
Saints Peter & Paul
RIP Sue Dudley, grandmother of Mike Liotti ('11) from Stark family
Fri 11/9 Weekday Mass RIP Alberta Cronin from Marianne Echelbarger
Congratulations to Will Bond (left) and Patrick Zunk (right), named to the Cross Country
Congratulationsto KeithMacDonell,named to Cross Country Academic All-State Honorable
The Indiana Associationof Track and Cross Country Coaches has just released this
year’s AcademicAll-State list. Erin Ratterman (left) hasearnedAcademicAll-State honors. Katie Quigley(right) has
beennamedHonorable MentionAcademicAll-State. Congratulationtobothyoungladies!
Congratulation to two of our freshman who ran the Indianapolis
Monumental Half-Marathon last weekend. Haley Ferguson (‘14) finished 4th in her
age group and Megan Pliske (‘14) finished 6th in her age group. The race was a 13-
mile course through Indianapolis.Congr atul at
Congratulationsto Elizabeth Wagner (‘13) who has been chosen to dance on November 14th at the
Colts halftime program honoring our nation’s veterans. We are very proud of you, Elizabeth!
Congratulationsto CoreyBabb (’12), whowas accidentally omittedfromthe HonorRoll list last week!
Rememberto read your NovemberInsight: http://www.cathedral-irish.org/page.cfm?p=1162
Brunch withSanta Cathedral HighSchool
The Alumni Associationinviteseveryone tocome andenjoythe ChristmasSpirit!
Cost: $3.00 perchild,$5.00 per adultor $15.00 per family(max 6persons).
Contact: KenBarlowat firstname.lastname@example.org to RSVP
OpenHouse Yard Signs Available
Helpus drawattentiontoCathedral’sOpenHouse onNovember18 by displayingayard signin
your yardand/or innearbyvisible areas!If youlive onawell-traveledstreetorneara visible
intersection,andyouwouldlike tohave ayard signto announce ourOpenHouse,theyare
available inthe admissionsoffice.Youcanstopby to grab one,or youcan have your sonor
daughterdoso. We have 300 signsand wouldlove tohave themondisplayaroundthe greater
Please encourage your studentsto signup to be a tour guide at OpenHouse. Our students always receive rave
reviewsfrom our guestas theylead prospective familiesthroughthe school. If your child is interested,he/she should
see Ms. Weberor Mr. Emery in the enrollmentoffice.
Parents, please feel free toshare with me achievementsofyour son or daughter. I wouldlike tobe able togive
positive credittoourstudents,butif itisa non-school activity,youare myonlysource for thisinformation. Such
activitesmayinclude Scouts,parishactivities,servingatMass regularly,clubs,andmanymore. My email addressis
email@example.com. Remember,donotjusthit“reply”to thisemail,oryournewswill gointoa digital
Tour guide trainingfor Open House will take place on Monday, November15 in the Atrium during
Resource periods.Mr. Emerywill distribute the listof ourguideslaterthisweek. If yourchildis
selected,please remindhim/herof of thismeetingduringtheirresourceonMonday,November15th
Also,Parent VolunteersneededforOpenHouse to helpwith parking. Please contactMr. Greer
(firstname.lastname@example.org/968-7309) if youcan help.
Thank you for your helpwith the canned food drive. We met out goal!
Facultyand staff 800 cans $750.00
Students 1800 cans $5,000.
Because of your generosity,manyfamilieswillhave agoodholidaymeal forThanksgivingandChristmas!
The Cathedral High School Class of 2012 cordiallyinvitesyou to attend the celebrationofthe Sophomore Ring
Classmatesthat have not ordereda Cathedral ring are welcomedand encouragedto participate
in this special eventby bringinga personal familyring to be blessedandpresentedduringthis
Please joinus Sunday, December6, 2009 at 4:30 p.m.
Cathedral High School
* Please e-mail Mr. Ernst ifyou wishyour childto participate,buthave not purchaseda school ring.
Thursday morning Girl’son the Run Meeting in4309 at 7:10 a.m. Bring yourmoneyforspiritwear& alsowe
are acceptingregistrationforms&moneyforthe jingle bellrun. Thisisa short meetingsostopinquick& check
Books and Bagels- Wednesday- Nov.17th
- 7:00AM- Baker Bd Room
Please congratulate our PhoningforDollar$ Fall Phonathonteam,who, in 7 eveningsoverthe past 2 weeks,raised
$23,000 for the Cathedral Fund. I could not have asked for a more enthusiastic,fun,and hard-
working group than these 46 students from all grade levels. Theycalledandspoke withhundreds
of CHS alumni,fromrecentcollegegraduatestoalumsfrommanyyearsback,as well assome past
parents. Certainlymanyteammemberswere motivatedbythe potential of winningprizes,but
mostworkedoutof a desire togive back to Cathedral. Manywere comingto workaftertheir
sportsand playpractices. Most workedmore than one evening.
Belowisa listof studentsonthe team. Studentswithasteriskswere dailywinnerswhosecuredthe highest
numbersof pledgesanddollars foreachevening;MylesO’Neal wasathree-time dailywinner. Those inboldare
veteranphonathonteammembers. Notable isseniorRobbie Robinson,whohasworkedthe phonathoneveryyear
since he was a freshman.
The team sharedmanyheart-warming,funny, andinterestingstoriesfromtheircalls. Probablyone of the bestwas
fromfreshmanGrace Buchanan,whospoke withanalum whowasin laborand gettingreadytoleave forthe
hospital,butshe tooktime tospeakwithGrace and to pledge agiftto CHS!
Please congratulate these studentsand thank them for steppingup to serve Cathedral in support of thisimportant
cause – the Cathedral Fund.
Andrew Ash 10 Will Ash 11 Sarah Black 11
Kathleen Byers 9
Ally Darragh 12
Natalie Donahue 11
Daisy Ford 9
Anna Ford 9
Josh Fry 9
Audrey Gelb 12
Maya Graves 9
Catherine Hackl 11
Grace Hannoy 12
Katy Hoeper 10
Laine Hughes 10
Jasmine Jones 12
Jane Kukolla* 9
Mike Liotti 12
Erin Maxison 10
Kyis Morgan 9
Taylor Morton 10
Anna Nassiri 12
Ashley Noe* 12
Brittany Noe 12
Liam O'Hara 9
Myles O'Neal* 11
Aerial Patterson 9
Marleigh Petras 9
Zain SantaMaria 10
Sarah Schultz* 10
Maddi Shake 9
Devin Smith 11
Jeremy Staley 12
David Tilly 9
Paul Tran 11
Erin Walsh 11
Matthew Wehrli 9
Colleen Whiting 11
Katherine Will 9
Devon Williams 11
Luke Wojtalik 9
MacKenzie Wolf 11
NewGrant for Cathedral Studentsgivenby an alumus in the name of Mrs. Lisa Ford!
Please joinme incelebratingthe additionof anothernamedEndowedTuitionGrantforfuture studentsat
Cathedral HighSchool,thisone inhonorof LisaFord.
Thisgrant, inthe wordsof the donor,"celebratespassion."The Classof 1992 alumshareda brief but
poignantstoryof beingtoldbya seventh-grade teacherthathe wouldessentiallynotamounttomuch in
thislife.However,the message wasentirelydifferentwhenhe came toCathedral andeventuallylandedin
Lisa Ford'spre-cal class.
There he learnednotonlyaboutpolynomial andlinearfunctions,butaboutrespect,
encouragement,hardwork,perseverance,andof course passion.
Upon hearingnewsof the grant,Lisa respondedwithafew tears,abig smile andthe words,"ButI
Thanksto all of youwho just"doyour job"and by doingsonurture the extraordinarytalentsof ouryoung
people.Youquite literallychange livesforthe better...Ican thinkof no greatergift.
- Mike Feeney
NewClub: RISK TOURNEY...BeginsNOVEMBER 16th
Cathedral Strategy Clubis hostinga
Risk Tournament. The winnerwill
receive a $25 ITunesgift card.
We will be starting November16.
If you do not know how to play,don’t worry, it is a very easygame to learn and play!
If you are interested in participate please contact:
Matt Paskoff at email@example.com,
Alec Bradford at acbradford@Cathedral-Irish.org
Mr. Ernst at aernst@Cathedral-Irish.org
This Friday, November12, is Dad's Day!
Come withyourson thisFridaymorningfor Cathedral Dad's Day!
Make a commitmenttodaytobringyour son thisFriday.
If you haven'tdone anythingwithyouroldIRA,it'stime to review your"wealth
management."Investinyourson!What greaterwealthcana manhave than healthy,
Also,"The Dad's Day Breakfast program seeksto include all sons at Cathedral. Ifyour son's
dad has passedaway, or is not presentin hisson'slife for some other reason, it could be an
uncle,a granddad, a mother, etc.,who attends the breakfast. Please alsoknow,we have some dadswhonolonger
have sonsat Cathedral,butwishto continue attendingthe breakfasts,andwouldlove tohave "aCathedral son" with
whomto share a dad'sday breakfast! If your sonis interested,please call BillBissmeyertomake a reservation!
Want to help“greenour environment?” Helpuscollect 5 tons of paper in 5 hours. It means $10,000 to support
community greeningprojectslike those along Binford Blvd.
When: Saturday, November13 from 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Where: KIB and PaperRetrieverwill hold a 5-hour paperdrive at the Kroger located at 71st
and BinfordBlvd. in
honor of America RecyclesDay.
o PaperRetrieverwillgenerouslydonate %5,000to KIB if we are able tomeetthis5 tonsin 5 hours goal,and
Krogerhas agreedto generouslymatchthatdonation? So,if we are able to collect5 tonsof recyclable paper,
KIB will receive adonationfromPaperRetrieverandKrogerof $10,000.
o Already,KIBhasinvestedmore than$50,000 andover3,500 volunteershave contributedtothe beautification
of the Binford Boulevardarea,withthe helpof BinfordRedevelopmentandGrowth(BRAG). Thispotential
What can be recycled: newspaperandinserts,magazines/catalogues, office/schoolpapers,andmail
What cannot be recycled:Nocardboard,no foodboxes,fiberboardorchipboard,notextbooksorhardcoverbooks
and no phone books.
Cathedral has establishedaConcussionManagementPolicy, whichour AthleticTrainer Mike Hunker wishesto be
made publicto parents of all of our students.
Concussion Management Policy
Cathedral High School
The recognitionand treatment ofathleteswho have suffereda concussionhas become a national priority.As a result
of an increasingnumber of studiesthat have revealedthat concussions,not properlytreated, can result inpermanent
mental difficulties. The dataalso suggeststhatconcussionscan leadtothe developmentof dementiaearlierthan
expectedandhasledtomandatesbythe National Federationof HighSchools(NFHS),NCAA andthe NFL.The NFHS
mandatedrule states“Effective withthe 2010 highschool season,anyplayerwhoshowssigns,symptomsorbehaviors
associatedwithaconcussionmustbe removedfromthe game and shall notreturnto playuntil clearedbyan
appropriate health-care professional”.
Recoveryfroma concussionrequireslimitationof physical activity,especiallysportsactivitysuchaspractice,drills,
games,andat timesevenphysical educationclasses.Insignificantlysymptomaticathletes,mental activityshould alsobe
limitedtoallowthe braintoheal.These activitiesmayincludelimitingassignments,allowinggreatertime tocomplete
slowthe recoveryfromthe concussion.
Neurocognitive testingsuchasthe ImPACTtestisa computerizedtestthatdocumentsthe athlete’scognitive andspeed
skills.The testhasbeenvalidatedasan accurate measure of brainfunctionrecoveryfollowingasportsconcussion.All
athletesshouldhave abaseline testbefore practice orcompetition,andshouldanathlete sustainaconcussion,arepeat
testcan be performedandcomparedtothe baseline test.Thiscanhelpshow the degree of injuryandhelpmeasure
whenrecoveryhasoccurred.Cathedral HighSchool hasimplementedImPACT(Immediate PostConcussionAssessment
and Cognitive Testing) forourstudentathletes.
Before the concussedathlete canreturntoaction,the most current standard of care of the sports concussionincludes
the following:(1) the athlete mustbe asymptomaticatrest;(2) a neurocognitive testsuchasthe ImPACTtestmusthave
returnedtobaseline;and(3) the athlete mustbe asymptomaticwithactivity.Thisevaluationshouldbe done bya
physiciantrainedinthe treatmentandmanagementof concussions.Utilizingthe above standards,aswell asexperience
and judgment,thisphysicianwill be able todetermine whenthe athletehascompletelyrecoveredfromthe concussion.
The Cathedral HighSchool Administration,coaches,andmedical staff are strivingtokeepyourchild’shealthandsafety
at the forefrontof the studentathleticexperience.If youhave anyquestionsregardingconcussionmanagement,please
feel free tocontactMike Hunkerat 968-7361.
Mike Hunker,ATC,LAT, CSCS HenryFeuer,MD
Cathedral HighSchool IndianaSportsConcussionNetwork
PeterSallay,MD Terry Horner,MD
Team Physician IndianaSportsConcussionNetwork
5th ANNUALTURKEY BOWL
On Saturday, November13th
at 5:30pm the Cathedral/Chatard Hockey Clubwill be playingBrebeuf Jesuitat the
Carmel Ice Skadium in the 5th
Annual Turkey Bowl Fundraiserfor the WheelerMission.
Fans are invitedtobringa frozenturkey(yes, these willbe usedinthe “bowling”competitionwhichwill be held
duringthe game!),andto come and cheeron yourfavorite hockeyteam.
Please helpussupportthe WheelerMissionanddon’tforgetyourTURKEYS!
Amy’s Day will be heldon Friday, November19th. “Amy’sDay” is for parents and daughters (school-age) whochoose
to spendquality time together.
o When: The 3rd
Fridayof each month(exceptforSchool breaksinJanuary/April)
o From: 6:00 a.m. - 7:15 a.m.
o Where:Cathedral HighSchool Cafeteria…breakfast
o isservedbySahm’sfor $7.00 perperson (Notfor profit).
o Who: Daughters& any parent!(Fathersanddaughtersaswell asmom/guardian(s)!
o Why:Qualitytime withthe onesyoulove.We have wonderfulspeakersthataddresstopicssuchas:self-
respect,dating,drinkinganddrugs,health&wellness,value of aclose family,etc.We take requestsaswell.
P.S. The sacrifice is worth it!!Can’twaitto see youat the nextone on Friday,November 19, 2010 at 6:00 a.m.
FeaturedSpeaker: Abdul in the morning
Barbara Hasbrook@ 317.848.9590
From Abdul’s blog: I am in the unique position of being someone who is an opinion writer, but uses
traditional journalism techniques to gather information. Yes, I do have an agenda. That agenda usually
includes promoting economic growth, quality education, personal freedom and law and order. And I see the
world through that filter. Now I am not so narcissistic so as not to acknowledge other points of view. If I did,
I’d simply never take a phone call on the morning show and turn the comment section off on this blog and that
would be the end of the discussion.
Marian Universityis hostinga “San Damiano Come and See Program” on Sunday, November21, 2010. We're giving
studentsanopportunity"Come andSee"currentstudents inthe program, experience the programfirsthand,see
campus,and meetsome extraordinarypeople.
We've invitednationallyknownhighschool faith
horticulturalistMike Patin to share this
experience withyou. Mike hasbeenakeynote
speakeratpast NCYC (National CatholicYouth
Vision. Mike'sunwaveringcommitmenttothe faithandhis passionforhelpinglightyoungpeople'sfaith life is
The day's schedule is:
10:45 am Prospective StudentsmeettheirAmbassadorsinthe lobbyof the ChartrandChapel (Marian
11:00 am Mass (ChartrandChapel,MarianHall)
Noon Lunch (CoolingDining Room, Clare Hall)
1:00 pm Toursof campus(leave fromlobbyof ChartrandChapel)
2:00 pm ProgramIntro
ParentTrack (Financial Aid+StudentRoundtable)
StudentTrack (StudentRoundtable +CampusLife)
3:30 pm Break
3:45 pm PrayerService (ChartrandChapel)
4:30 pm Classmeetings
Seniors - "Christian Discipleship and Stewardship"
Fr. Dan Mahan (St.FrancisChapel)
Juniors - "Cultivating Chastity Appropriateto ourStatein Life"
Fr. Don Miller,OFM (St. FrancisHall,163)
Sophomores - "Intimacy"
Br. JohnMark Falkenhain,OSB (RuthLillyStudentCenterCommunityRoom)
Freshmen - "Values,Virtues,and Discipleship"
Dr. Mark Ginter(St.FrancisHall,165)
ProspectiveStudents - Mike Patin(mikepatin.com) - (Mainchapel)
Thiswill be like anyothercampusvisityouwill make. Toregister:
Since 2003, Marian has preparedstudentsforservice tothe Churchas youthministers,pastoral associates,
religiouseducators,pastoral musicians,healthcare professionals,andreligiouslyaffiliatednot-for-profit
employees. Infact,70% of our graduatesare workinginthe Church. Over70% of our graduateshave graduated
withlatinhonors(atleasta 3.5 GPA),and 60% of alumni are listedinWho'sWho inAmericanCollege and
Universities. Perhapswhatismostimpressiveisthatour studentshave performedclose to50,000 hoursof
service forparishes,catholicschools,catholicagencies,healthcare facilities,andothernot-for-profits.
March for Life: Come and joinus for the local solemnobservance of Roe v. Wade in IndianapolisonMonday, January
, 2011, from 12 noon to 4:00 p.m. The observance beginsatnoonwithMassin SS.Peterand Paul Cathedral,
offeredbyMsgr.JosephF.Schaedel. The Rallyand March will followthe Mass.
Participantswill walktothe VeteransMemorialPlaza,431 N.MeridianStreet,carrying
signsprovidedbythe Office forPro-LifeMinistry. The Rosarywill be recited;astatue of
Our Lady of Guadalupe will be carriedinthe procession,andaNational speakerwill be
heardat the Veterans’Memorial Plaza. Forinformation,pleasecall the Pro-life Officeat
The Calendarfor 2011 – 2012 (nextyear) has beenapproved. Here is it. This will allow you to make any vacation
11 1st Day ofschool
5 Labor Day – no school
14 End of 1st Q
17 Open House
25 Thanksgiving Break
13 – 17 Sem. 1 Exams
19 – 30 Christmas Vacation
2 End of Chrismas Vacation – no school
3 End of Sem 1; Semester 1 has 90 days
4 Sem 2 begins
16 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day
22 Ash Wednesday
24 ShamrAuction Prep Day
9 End of 3Q
17 St. Patrick’s Day (Saturday)
26 – 30 Spring Break
6 Good Friday – no school
15 – 18 Senior Exams
22-25 Underclass Exams; end of4Q; end of
sem 2; semester 2 has 95 days
28 Memorial Day
Just received- ScholarshipOpportunityfor All High School Students!
Designedfor studentsin grades5-12, the ClubZ! Tutoring Annual AchievementAward allowsstudentsto showcase
theirtalents and abilitiesfora chance to win cash for school! Opento studentswithall levelsof talentsandabilities,of
all agesand from all backgroundsthe Annual AchievementAwardallowsstudentsthe opportunitytocompete for
awardstotalingmore than $10,000!
So whetherthey’veshownstrongcharacterin the classroom, overcome obstaclesat
school,shownleadershipamongtheirpeers,orsimplyimprovedsincethe beginningof the
year,the ClubZ! TutoringAnnual AchievementAwardhassomethingforeveryone!
Winningentrieswill be judgedbasedonperformance,service,meritorachievement.
Cash awardstotaling$10,000 and manylocal awards will be presentedtothe winning
applicantsduringaspecial presentationheldatthe school.Studentsmayonlyapplyone time
duringeachaward period,sogetyour handson an applicationandbe sure to getit into your
local guidance counselororClubZ!In-Home TutoringAreaDirectorbefore the November12th
See yourcounselorforan application!
From Our NeighboringParish:
Our Lady of Grace Catholic School HolidayBazaar, Noblesville,IN (NWcornerof 191st Streetand Hwy37)
Dates: Friday,November19th(5pm-9pm) andSaturday,November20th(9am-3pm)
One stopshoppingmade easywithover70 vendorsandvariousgiftcards..make yourlist!
EnjoyConcessionsandBookFair,findthatspecial HolidayJargiftforsomeone andWii Bowling
Competition. All ageswelcome toparticipate....
Invite everyone toattendthisfunfilledweekendatOLG! See flyeratOLGholidaybazaar@ologn.org
For more informationregardingthe Bazaar,contactAngelaStagge at 842-6362 or OLGholidaybazaar@ologn.org
On Tuesday November2nd informationconcerninggraduation products and cap & gown ordering
was givento all seniors. Please make sure your seniorhas brought thisinformation home to
you. Orderdays are:
November11thfor A-M and
If your seniorisonretreat those daystheyshouldturntheirorderinto Mr. Greer'soffice on
TuesdayNov.9th. Extra formsare available inthe mainoffice.
NCAA InformationNight-Wednesday,December1at 7 PM inthe StudentLife Center. Familiesof students
wantinginformationonrecruitingandeligibilitytoplayDivisionIandII sportsare welcome toattend.
Representativesfromthe NCAA EligibilityCenterwill be here to explainthe process.
Opportunity for a cash prize and Trip to WashingtonD.C. for studentswho have previouslytaken or are currently
enrolledinAP UnitedStates History, IB History, AP Government,Government,orAP Economics: Are youinterestedin
winningacash prize of $5,000 and a trip to WashingtonD.C? If so, thenyouwant to checkout
thisessaycontestsponsoredbythe Bill of RightsInstitute. Write anessay,nolongerthan750
wordsansweringthe followingprompt: “BeinganAmerican:Explore the ValuesthatUnite Us”
and shouldfullyanswerthe question: Whatcivicvalue doyoubelieve ismostimportantto
beinganAmerican?Trace the enduringimportance of thisvalue throughoutthe Americanstory
by discussing:aFoundingdocumentthatreflectsthisvalue;afigure fromAmericanhistorywho
embodiesthisvalue;andexamplesof howyouhave and/orcouldputthisvalue intopractice.
Cathedral HighSchool can onlysubmit5 essaystothe contest;thusyouressaysare due
back to Mr. Worland’soffice bythe endof school onFriday,November19th
. For more informationregardingthe
contestcontact Ms. Baisingerat firstname.lastname@example.org orgo to http://www.beinganamerican.org/.
ATTENTION, SENIOR PARENTS: Youshould have receivedinyour U.S.Mail (two weeksago) informationabout
purchasing a senior ad for your student to go in the 2011 Cathedran,Cathedral’syearbook.This has become quite a
traditionforparentsof graduatingseniors,andyouwouldnotwantyour sonor daughterto be one of the fewleftout.If
youhave not receivedanorderform,youcan downloadone fromJohnHannan’swebsite: http://www.cathedral-
ALSO FOR SENIOR PARENTS: Once again you are remindedthat every seniorneedsto have a yearbook portrait taken
at Prestige Portraits inorder to be includedin the seniorsectionof the yearbook. If you have notdone so already,
please make anappointmentsoonbycalling829-2081 after2 p.m.TuesdaythroughFridayand after10 a.m.Saturdayor
visitwww.PrestigeIndiana.com.The deadline isDecember3.
SpeechTeam: All Membersmust see Mrs. Scheetzthisweek to choose aneventandsignup for a practice time forthe
at Carmel HighSchool. Onlythose studentswhohave pre-
registeredandhave practicedwithMrs.Scheetzwill be allowedtocompete. (Discussionkidsand
radiokidscan practice together. (TalktoMrs. Scheetzif inthose events.)
*In orderto compete onthe 20th
, you musthave preregisteredwithMrs.Scheetzbefore Thursday,
(We will be permitted4pereventandwill need1judge forevery4 competitorsatthe Carmel
COSTA RICA INFORMATION
May 31-June 30 (1 month familystay)
and travel (weekends)
$2200 plusplane fare ($500); Deposit
$500.00 due Nov1.
Contact: KenSteeb, SpanishTeacher
IAPSDC Student Diversity Leadership Conference
Conference Site: Cathedral High School
“Passport To Diversity”
“What’s in Your Passport?”
Registration Starts 8:00 a.m.
Conference 8:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Continental Breakfast & Lunch Provided
This Saturday, November 13th
Open to Grades 8th
Return Registration To: Mrs. Ramona Powell. Director of Diversity/Asst. Director of Enrollment Management
Student Name _______________________Grade ______ School Cathedral High School
Parent Name ___________________ Parent Signature _________________
Parent Contact # _________________Parent Email ____________________________
Brebeuf JesuitPreparatory School
The Orchard School
ProvidenceCristo Rey High School
University High School
“PASSPORT TO DIVERSITY”
“What’s in Your Passport?” Student Diversity Leadership
Conference: Saturday, November 13th
8:30 a.m. – 3:30 P.M.
On the campus Of Cathedral High School
“Impact of Derogatory Terms”
“Prosand Consof Assimilation”
Plan ahead for the Race for Vocations:
A message from Fr. Rick Nagel:
We are off and running to prepare for the 2011 Race for Vocations! The 2011 Race for Vocationsand Mini
Marathon/5K is May 7th
and registrationfor both the mini and 5k are now open. Please
considerjoiningthe Archdioceseof Indianapolis,Diocese of Lafayette andDioceseof
Evansville againthisyearforthe race!
FatherJoshuaJanko,Diocese of Lafayette,isourchairman. FatherJankohas run the
Race forVocationssince itsinceptionin2007. He has alsoservedonthe leadership
teamoverthe pastthree yearsand has providedvaluable insightsandenergytothe growthof this
To registerforthe Race for Vocations,youmustregisterwithboththe One America500 Festival Mini
Marathon/5K and the Archdiocese of Indianapolis. Here are the two registrationsitesforyoutosign
If you plan to run the mini marathon, you must registersoon as it fillsup by mid-
November. Please passthe wordalongto otherswhomightbe willingtorun/walkforvocations! If
youhave any questions,please contactCourtneyMitchell at email@example.com.
Tutoring available: 4 ways!
1. TheologyTutoring for freshmen:
Before School: Mr. Schmidtinroom4131 Monday - Friday
Dr. Casperseninroom4242 - TuesdayandThursdaymornings
Mr. Freije inroomMonday – Friday
AfterSchool: Ms. Dye inroom 4243
2. Tutoringavailable morningsandafternoonseveryTuesday,Wednesday,andThursdayinthe
libraryprovidedbyNational HonorSocietymembers. Ifyou are interestinginbeingtutored,
just show up at the library. The NHS tutors are scheduledfora weekat a time and theysit
at a table marked with a sign that says “Tutoringhere”.
3. After School Tutoring
AFTER SCHOOL T*TO*ING
joinMs. Galloin Rm. 2314 . . . 3:15-4:00. . .Tuesdays and Thursdays free of charge!
Testprep.. . studyskills...readingcomprehension...writingskills...etc.
No appointmentnecessary. . . everyone welcome!
If your child needshelpinmath, please see Mrs. Hartman afterschool on Mondaysand Wednesdaysinroom
4. IndianapolisMetropolitanCityPublic Library - Getan online tutor 2pm - 10pm sevendays a week.Finda resource
24/7. IMCPL offersfree onlineacademicandcareerresourcesandtutoringfromTutor.comforall students& adults,
and inSpanishtoo!All yourstudentsneedisanIMCPL librarycard. Get a LibraryCard
K-12 and college studentscangethelpwithhomework,studying,projects,essaywritingandtestprepinevery
Adultscan gethelpwithresume writing,GEDprep,and academicsupport.All sessionsare onlineandone -to-
one witha live tutor.
Gettinghelpiseasy.Justgo to www.imcpl.organdclickon"HomeworkHelp".
They’re New! They’re Tasty! They’re Great for Gifts!
CATHEDRAL CHOIR IS PROUD TO ANNOUNCE THIS SEASON’S OPPORTUNITY TO GIVE THE GIFT
THAT EVERYONE REALLY WANTS….
HOMEMADE, FRESHLY-BAKED CHOCOLATE CHIP COOKIES
We’ll bake the most luscious cookies your family and friends will ever taste, using all the best and freshest
ingredients, then seal them in holiday wrap and mail them anywhere in the continental US or to any serviceman or
woman for just $16 a box.
(If you pick them up yourself, we’ll charge you just $12 a box.)
GREAT HOLIDAY GIFTS FOR your employees, clients or business associates.
Or donate a box and we’ll send to someone in the military.
Order from any choir student or choir parent
Or email your request to Jean Kiesel at firstname.lastname@example.org
Baking Day is December 4 and mailing day is December 6
Proceeds benefit the CHS choir’s trip to Ireland in summer of 2011
InterestedinTraveling to Irelandwith Cathedral’sChoir FamiliesnextJuly? Checkout thisproposal andget signedup
at Music-Travel.com. Selecttrip#1107-1-20. Contact ChoirDirector,Elaine Holloway,at email@example.com
if you have anyquestions.
. DIRECTORS NEED TO HAVE SCRIPTS SUBMITTED BY
1. Tuesday, Nov.23….Auditions for Freshman/Rookie Showcase
(Nine 10 minute one act plays--PerformancesonSun.,January23 at
1:00 and4:00). AUDITIONS ONLY OPEN TO FRESHMEN AND/OR UPPERCLASSMENWHO HAVE NEVER HAD A
SPEAKING ROLE IN A CHS PRODUCTION. Monologuesmustbe memorized! Youmay NOT use movie
monologuesor random monologuesfrom monologue booksor the internet.The directorsmay alsoaskyou to
readfrom the script. RehearsalsstartMonday,Nov.29th
ROMEO AND JULIET
Ticket Order Form
Cathedral Theatre will presentWilliamShakespeare’sclassictale of ROMEO AND JULIET on November19 and 20 at
7:30 and on November21 at 3:00. Preferredseatingis$12.00 perticket;General Admissionseatingis$8.00 perticket.
Name Phone# email
I wantto order (numberof tickets) RESERVED tickets@$12.00.
I wantto order (numberof tickets) GENERAL ADMISSION @$8.00.
I wantto receive myticketsfor ROMEO & JULIET I wantmy ticketsforthe indicated
inthe followingmanner: performance (s):
1. Box Office Will Call: 1. FRI., 11/19@7:30
2 .SAT.,11/20 @7:30
(Will call mustbe pickedup 10 minutes) 3. SUN., 11/21 @7:30
(before curtaintime!If performanceis
(SoldOutticketswill be RESOLD)
2. Returnby Cathedral Student: PAYMENTMUST ACCOMPANY
StudentName THIS ORDER
Return to the Theatre Department at Cathedral High School or mail to:
10516 Chestnut Hill Circle
Fishers, IN 46037
CATHEDRAL THEATRE TICKET LINE: 968-7436
Black Box #2, THE CONDEMNATIONOF BRYCE HARTFIELD, writtenanddirectedbyVincentGrote, will be performedon
Friday, December3, at 4:00. Admissionisfree,butonly75 people willbe admitted.
It’s not too early to beginthinking about the FAFSA(Free Applicationfor Federal StudentAid).This is the form for
applyingfor any needbasedfinancial aid. It cannot be fileduntil afterJanuary 1 but there are some preliminarythings
you can do. First,realize that it is only available online at www.fafsa.ed.govTheyused to make paper copiesand we
could put one in the seniormailboxesbut theydon’t produce those anymore.
Secondly,you(andyourstudent) willneedapinnumberthatyouwill use tosignyourFAFSA.Thiscan be obtainednow
at the above mentionedwebsiteunderStepOne.
Each state hastheirown deadline forFAFSA submissionsoyou’ll wanttopayclose attentiontothat.For anyone that
will attendacollege inIndianathe due date is March 10, 2011. If youneedassistance infillingoutthe FAFSA there isa
“helpday”calledCollege Goal Sunday(www.collegegoalsunday.org).Thisisbeingheldon SundayFebruary 20th
offersfree helpfromafinancial aidexpertwhowill sitdownwithyouandhelpyoucomplete the formthatday.If you
go to the website itwill showyouthe locationsinthe Indianapolisarea.
Lastly,those whohave attendedthe National Centerfor CollegeCostsseminarhave the servicesof Dave Murray,877-
687-7291 or firstname.lastname@example.org.Please feel freetocontacthimwithany detailedquestionsyoumayhave regarding
Studentsshould activelybe lookingforscholarshipsatthistime aswell.AlthoughourPrepHQ/ConnectEduwebsiteis
still beingtransformedthe Scholarshipsectionisupandrunningwithover6,000 listings.GotoConnectEduat
www.connectedu.net/?hs=cathedral.Underthe “PayingforCollege”sectiongotoSearchfor Scholarships. Another
goodsource whichwe alsorecommendtostudentsisFastweb,( www.fastweb.com) .Thisisthe largest,free scholarship
searchon the web.
The majorityof my studentshave completedatleastone or more college applicationsatthispoint.Forthose who
haven’tandthose whoare still goingtocomplete applications,theyshouldshootforhavingthemdone by
Thanksgiving. A reminderthatanystudentswhohave applicationswithDecember1deadlines, andIneedto write
recommendationlettersfor,needto turnin theirApplicationChecklistsheetstome bynext Wednesday,November
Thanksfor all your supportandhelpinworkingwithyourstudentsinthe college process.Thisclasshasbeenontopof
thingsfromday one and have reallyfollowedthe guidelinestohelpusgettheirmaterialsoutina timelymanner.
Directorof Guidance andCollege Advising
Co-Chairman,IndianapolisNational College Fair
Until the new"Connect!"(formerlyknownas PrepHQ) website is fullyfunctional,please use the following linkto view
scholarshipsthat have beensentto the Cathedral Guidance Department.Once the new "Connect!"isreadyforfull use
by our students,we willreturntothatplatformto conveyopportunitiestoyou.
The linkalsoprovidesotherscholarshipsearchenginesthatyoumightfindhelpful. Please seeyourcollegeadvisorfor
Visitsof College Representatives:
DominicanUniversity Nov.11th 2nd
OhioDominicanUniversity Nov.12th 2nd
SpaldingUniversity Nov.15th To be Determined
Universityof Cincinnati Nov.16th 4th
BerryCollege Nov.17th 2nd
NEWSFROM THE BOOKSTORE & SPIRIT SHOP
Visitthe Bookstore & Spirit Shop this weekfor funnew Irish spiritwear to keepyou warm this week:
FunplaidFlannel Pants,$25 ~
Men’sNike ¼ ZipSweaterinclassiccharcoal!
Uniformpolarfleece ¼ zipandfull zip,$40 ~
Cathedral Vest($30) – for SweaterVestThursday!
Long Sleeve uniformpolos,$24 ~
Restocked: ActivityT-shirts! IrishPride: Baseball,Basketball,Crew,CrossCountry,Football,
Lacrosse,Soccer & Swimming ($12)~
Newarrival: longsleeve wickingt-shirtinnavyandhunter~
Newarrival: FashionstretchIRISHheadbandsinfuncolors: pink,turquoise,lime,kelly,white,
blackand grey - $6.00!
Warm up – witha greatvarietyof Cathedral knithatsand mittens~
ShoppingHours thus week: Monday – Friday 7:15 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
WEAR IT PROUD, CATHEDRAL IRISH!
ShamrAuction -- Fine JewelryWanted! Do youhave a fine jewelrypiece thatyounolongerwear? Perhapsyoumight
thinkaboutdonatinga piece fora veryworthycause – Cathedral! The ShamrAuctioncommittee islookingforfine
jewelry(necklaces,bracelets,rings,orwatches) thatcouldbe repaired(if needed),cleanedandpolishedtolooklike
new! A newappraisal will be securedforanupdatedfairmarketvalue of yourdonation. If youhave a fine jewelrypiece
that wouldmake a wonderful donationtoCathedral’sShamrAuction,February26, 2011 or if youhave questions,please
call 317.968.7316. Thank you!
November 16, 2010, 10:30 am - 1:00 pm
12156 N. Meridian Street, Carmel, IN 46032
For this year's ShamrAuction Luncheon,why nottry to fill a table with old friends and new friends?
Fill a table with moms fromyourstudent's club,sport,or socialgroup.
Get a group together to purchase a wonderful item. We encourage donors to pool their contributions of $50
or more to purchase higher priced items which will bring bigger bids at ShamrAuction.
Admittanceto the luncheonis a gift as follows:
An itemvaluedat $50 or more,or
A cash donationof$50 ormore,or
A grouppurchaseof a largergift with a value of $50 perperson
Here area few suggestions forgift items:
Forthe Kids: Uggsor fun RubberBoots,ArtEaselandSupplies,HandPaintedFurniture,DormRoom
Forthe Home: Unique Tables,Lamps,BarWare,OutdoorHeater,Patio Furniture
ForHer: Jewelry,Spa Day,FashionHandbags
ForHim: Golf Package,Golf Equipment,SportTickets,Cigars and Humidors, TailgateGrill
Electronics: iPod,GamingSystemand Games,Kindle,iPad,Laptop
For additional information, contact chairpersons:
Sheryl Babb (317) 915-0014 or Vicki Scotto (317) 595-0161
or click here for reservations.
Service Outreach News:
Service Outreach News
Class Service Projects As an insight regarding the good works that we can accomplish this year,ponder this scripture:
“I will look after my sheep, says the Lord, and I will raise up one shepherd who will pasture them. I, the Lord, will be
their God.” Ez 34:11, 23-24. This scripture reminds us that our core being rests in God. And, it is also our call to serve
our fellow mankind, as sheep in God’s care. In November, sophomores will be helping serve our popular spaghetti
dinner to the Lord’s Pantry members on Wednesday, November 10 from 3:30-7:15 PM. You may also join our outreach
on Saturday, Nov 13, 10:00-1:30, when juniors will be serving up a fabulous lunch for the Saturday noon meal at the
Cathedral Soup Kitchen. Freshmen will begin helping at the Catholic Charities Christmas Store on Nov 18 and 19.
Details on all of these on-going class service projects are noted below in Service Opportunities as wonderful expressions
of giving and grace.
Greatly Successful November Canned Food Drive for Nov 1-5 As a schoolwide drive, the Student Council
vigorously led us in collecting over 28,000 cans (over 11,000 cans and more than $5,500 in cash which will be used for
additional canned goods.) These donations have benefitted Gleaners, the Catholic Charities Crisis Center,Holy Cross
Thanksgiving /Christmas food baskets and St. Vincent De Paul. All of these food agencies expressed their grateful
appreciation for the strong and vigorous food drive, as they participated in our Service Festival yesterday.
Nov 9 Service Festival Yesterday,all of our Cathedral students participated in a school wide Service Festival for a little
over an hour which comprised of a large service assembly and then small breakout classroom sessions. Students who
have worked with specific agency outreaches also served as student ambassadors to facilitate these breakout classroom
sessions. More than forty five agencies were here representing not-for- profit efforts actively engaged all over
Indianapolis. Two students groups also presented their service initiatives that they are currently launching for NOLA
(Support for Lower Ninth Ward needs derived from the recently completed New Orleans Mission trip) and MAKE IT
MINE (a reading outreach for IPS middle school students to be held on Saturday Dec 4 and Saturday Feb 26. The
messages learned were many but primarily addressed our humanitarian and Christian call to serve others and the
importance upon acting upon our inspiration to help. After the Service Festival, the service agency leaders met at Fatima
Retreat Center for an invigorating luncheon where they heard inspiring speaker Mr. Tim Streett from Shepherd
Communities address his talk “Be Not Afraid During Challenging Times.” More than eight Cathedral alumni at various
agencies were involved in this day, including our main speaker,Mr. Tom Egold. Warm thanks are extended for extensive
support from many on our day: our Cathedralmothers graciously guiding our representatives to their individual
classrooms, our IT staff assisting technology problems, our faculty for genuinely welcoming our classroom speakers,our
students ambassadors for assistance to the various agencies, and our great Cathedral hearts committed to serve.
Reminder: Save Your Coats and Jeans For The Homeless We will have our annual coat and warm clothes drive for
the homeless during next week on November 16-17. We will collect before school on the circle in the morning and
students may earn a service hour for their donations/help. Severalagencies assisting homeless needs in Indianapolis who
participated at our Service Festival and expressed their need and appreciation for pants (jeans) and coats,/gloves,/mittens,
were Beggars For the Poor, Horizon House, Wheeler Mission, Cathedral Soup Kitchen and CHIP (Coalition for
Homelessness Intervention and Prevention). So clean out your closets of any warm clothing which can be well used to
keep adults warm who reside on the cold nights and streets.
“Make It Mine” Service Outreach Cathedralstudents are leading the way planning a service outreach for 200 IPS
middle school students in our community. We are coordinating a special day of events combining reading, athletics and
other passions such as art,music and dance which will be held at the University of Indianapolis. The theme for this day is
“MAKE IT MINE”. Our next meeting is Sunday, Nov 14 at 12:30 PM in room 3304 (Mr. Payne’s room). Please email
Jasmine Whitaker, Imani Parker-Robinson, or Mrs. Halstead (email@example.com) with your interest..
Service Hours on Power School Service hours may be viewed on Power School and are current for all
hours received since the start of school. There is a small button in the upper right hand corner to view the service hours.
For the 2010-11 academic year, service hours for seniors are due December 1,2010 to meet their total graduation
requirement. The status of service hours for seniors will be shown as satisfactory or unsatisfactory on their second quarter
report card. For the academic year of 2010-11, freshmen, sophomore and junior hours are due March 1, 2011. The status
of service hours for these underclassmen will be shown as satisfactory or unsatisfactory on the third quarter report card. If
the hours for last year were completed, hours earned after April 23, 2010 may be credited to the current year’s
requirement. We are accepting service on a project basis as well. After Sep 1, Hours will not be accepted more than
sixty days after the date ofservice performance after Sep 1. Service hours are current in input as you receive this.
(Organized first by topical interest, date basis in the
Student tutors are needed to help with homework.
Over 100 refugee families from Thailand / Miramar
were forced to leave due to religious persecution.
Contact Cort Gillett 570-4398.Flyer.
86th and College
Food Drives Support your local food pantries with donations. Weekly
AssistGabrielle Campo (Cath alum ’98) and Tim
Winn as they prepare apartments for newly
arriving refugees from Sudan, Guinea and other
countries. Donations of sofas, tables, lamps and
chairs may be delivered to the Catholic Center and
pick-up of large furniture may be scheduled. The
refugee resettlement office number is 236-1517(Tim Winn).
After school programs including basketball at three
Shepherd locations. Mr. Tim Streett spoke from
Shepherd Communities at our 2010 Service
1035 Olney St.
Help with street ministry for the homeless.
Newsletter. Contact Brian Walls. Web: TDWM.org.
1253 East St.
Various projects. Click details here. Website
www.kibi.org. Great opportunities for all summer
long. Sign up for trash cleanup of a certain area.
Obtain recycling and reuse locations here.
Cathedral alum Andrew Brake class of 2000 works
here and came to our Service Festival.
Help teach the homeless computer skills. Ages 17-
18. Join Marcos Puente. Contact Mrs. Halstead.
Like to cook? Help re-prepare food for
disadvantaged families and individuals by assisting
in the cooking at Second Helpings. Must be 16 yrs
of age. See website for details. www.secondhelpings.org.
Th 4-8 PM;
Sat 9-1 AM
Help out by tutoring at IPS#14 once a week for one
hour after school. See details on this flyer and
Easter Seals Help at Parents' Night Out for special needs kids.
4 locations once
Adopt a resident from Westminster Village
North For the Adopt a Grandparent program
details, click here. Share your musical talent and
serenade the residents with cheerful melodies!
Help children of divorce learn to cope. Consider
participating in the next training in February. Click
eve 2x per
Day here for application info. See flyer. month 7700 N
Assistin serving food to the needy. See Parish
assistance schedule. and Sunday shifts.
1350 N Penn
Kids On The
Do puppetry and presentations regarding health
and well being issues for children interest
you? Join a network of nurses from Community
Hospital to develop and present this well-
being program for children. For details, click
here. Contact Sherry McIntyre 355-8702
1500 N. Ritter
Assistin re-packing bulk foods (Wed,), client choice
shopping Tu/Th/Sat, & client intake (Tu/Th/Sat) for
3,000 families each week. Parish schedule Website:
www.svdpindy.org. 921 1401. Cathedral alum Pat
Jerrell leads this organization.
Th 5-7 PM,
3001 E. 30th
Help at the warehouse to pass out and collect
furniture and household goods for relocated and
disadvantaged families. Parish schedule. Website:
www.svdpindy.org 687 8258
Southside outreach program to assistthe youth in
after-school programs. www.lifebridge-
Work in the Habitat Home Store any Saturday; pls
first contact Jessicain advance 921 2121 x114.
Habitat Volunteer form. Must be 14 to work in
Home Store; must be 16 for builds. Cathedral alum
Jennifer Coffey works here.
Sat 9 AM-2
1022 E. 22nd
Students are needed to help organize some church
and parish contacts with Mrs. Snyder for the
Christmas Store. Please let Mrs. Halstead know of
your interest. Cathedral parent Irene Snyder leads
1435 N. Illinois
Art With a
Assistwith dynamic art programs at many schools
this fall. Phone 823 9555 x 11 for Kaitlin Mariutto.
(ask to speak with Art With A Heart), email
firstname.lastname@example.org; Register online at
Help with at risk children ages 3-5 on early
dismissal days during the fall. Contact Brenta
Clem at 361-4864 email
on half days
At Ft Ben and
Each Saturday you may help with Special Sports
Programs hosted by the Carmel Dad's Club. See
detail listing of events, times and locations on
Saturday mornings. Sports vary from soccer, T-
8/31 til May
and Gray Rd
Program Ball, bowling, tennis, BB, and others. Contact
Suzanne Mandel 595 9016 or email@example.com
Help with riding sessions. Flyer with information.
Phone 317 773 7433 x 18.
Rebuilding a home at 932 King. There are
various jobs that a parent and students may
enjoy assisting. Most work has been is set up
for 932 King St.
alum Tom Egold helped start this agency.
Sat Nov 13
Help cook and serve spaghetti dinner. Sophomore
class project. Email Mrs. Halstead. Bring a friend.
Meet in the SLC outside my office at 3:30 PM on
Wed. A few extra parents are needed as drivers.
Wed Nov 10
3:30-7:15 303 Elder St
Help serve lunch to the homeless. Jr class service
project. This is a lot of fun. Email your
participation if you need a ride down. See you
Sat Nov 13
1350 N. Penn
On Thursday, help at the Christmas Store to make
ornaments for each family. On Friday, we will
assistat Cathedral to complete a project for the
needs of the families. Sign up with Mrs.
Halstead. Christmas Store Class Service Project
description. Permission slip.
Fri Nov 19
1435 N. Illinois
Help distribute food to needy families for agency
that goes from neighborhood to neighborhood. See
video on youtube. Food link
8:30 – 12
4501 E. 38th
Help prepare meals at the monthly Kids Against
Hunger assembly sessionto aid worldwide hunger
and malnutrition. If you helped prepare the Haiti
meals at Cathedral, this is your opportunity to help
once a month. These meals are still going to Haiti.
Sat, Nov 20
Help to assistin the summer student playroom with
children during the summer. Transitional housing.
2 hr shift pls.
school to 8
Sun 8 AM-8
1537 N. Central
Help care for homeless animals. Training sessions
Assistin the packaging of food boxes, senior boxes
and weekend kids back-sacks. Note new address
and expanded hours.
2nd Tues 6-8
1st and 3rd
Hispanic Community Opportunities
Assistin translation or story hour. Requires a
commitment of approx. 30 volunteer hours a yr.
Help continue the ministry of Lucious Newsom to
pass out food or 2ndth Wed Spaghetti dinner.
For details about these service opportunities,this chartand other links on the Cathedral website, click here If you have other problems with
the linked documents, please proceed to the websiteto access links from the Service Opportunities area
under On Campus/Service Outreach.
Please continue to turn to the mostcompelling areas ofneed to perform your service stewardship. Thank you for supporting your class
service projects with enthusiasm and compassion.Should you desire to pursue an outreach projectwith an agency not listed,you may
also consultthe listof service agencies available by clicking here. By working with diligence and intereston your service, you should
find yourselfachieving about four hours of service each month. The balance of2010 and 2011 provides rich opportunities to direct
helpful hands and hearts to aid our communityneeds.
They say it takes a minute to serve a special person,
An hour to appreciate them,
A day to love them,
But then an entire life to forget them.
May your Cathedral service personallyenrich you and your spirituality,as we seek to
address challenges faced by our brothers and sisters in our immediate communityand world-wide.
Service hours for freshmen, sophomore and junior students for the academic year of 20010-11 are due on March 1, 2011.
Seniors graduation hours for the academic year of 2010-11 are due December 1, 2010. Click here for the 2010-11 Service
Documentation. Click here for the 2009-10 Service Documentation form. Click here for the Service Hour Criteria. Hours will
not be accepted more than sixty days after the date of service performance.
This coming week’smenuin the Cafeteria.
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Sandwich Patty Melt Burritos
Football Fans: Your FightingIrishteamtravelsto PendletonHeights toplayfor the Regional Championshipthis Friday
at 7:00pm. The regional ticketprice will be $6.00 per ticket. Passesare notvalidinthe postseasonandall fans from
firstgrade and up needaticket. Ticketswill be soldinthe AthleticOffice startingWednesdaymorningat7:30 am and
sold until Friday afternoonat 3:30 pm. Ticketswill alsobe soldduringstudentlunchesonThursdayandFriday. AVOID
THE LINES AT THE GATE AND GET YOUR TICKETS IN ADVANCE.
Last Game: 11/5/10 Cathedral vs. Roncalli inSectional 14final.
Recap: The Irish defeated Roncalli bythe score of 48-7 and will playatPendletonHeightsnextweekinthe
regional. The firstquarterwasscorelessbutthe Irishscored27 inthe secondquarterto beat Roncalli.
Overall Record: 9-3
State Ranking: 6th inthe coaches’poll;7th inthe APpoll.
Student-Athlete Tipofthe Week (11-8-10) - Propertyof BillyShepherdSportsInc.andprovidedbythe NFHS
If you getinjuredina practice or game,don't be ashamedor afraidto go to yourcoach or teamtrainerand letthem
Injuryisa part of all sportsand it ishard to compete whenyouare not at full strength. Youcan alsocause serious
injurytoyour bodyby delayingthe process.
For more on the student-athlete gotowww.askbillyshep.com andwww.nfhs.org.
Smart Quote: The future belongsto those who believe inthe beauty of theirdreams. – EleanorRoosevelt.
Prayers are requested:
For the unemployedandunder-employed;
For the repose of the soul of FrancesFagan, motherof teacherPatFagan, grandmotherof teacher/coachAndy
Fagan (97),Susie FaganLitke (’95), andJennyFaganScheffsky(’01) ~ may she restin peace;(10/10)
Dog Salad Bar
Quesadillas Salad Bar
Bar Salad Bar
potatoes Salad Bar
With any sandwich you can make a combo meal w/ fries
and a large fountain drink for about $.50 less than getting
everything ala cart.
For the repose of the soul of JosephVeerkamp,grandfatherof Marc Moore (’08) and LeighMoore (’03) ~ mayhe
restin peace; (11/10)
For the repose of the soul of Roger W.Kiley(’50) ~ may he rest inpeace; (11/9)
For healingforTom Getz(grandfatherof AshleyThornburg (’01) & ColinThornburg(‘03). He sufferedhis2nd
lastweekat the age of 94; (11/8)
For the repose of the soul of BeverlyLiversof Evansville,IN.,sisterof Mrs.Crystal-Livers,andthe auntof Peyton
Powers,’13 ~ may she rest inpeace; (11/3).
For the repose of the soul of JohnC. Rosner ’53 ~ mayhe restinpeace; (11/3)
For the repose of the soul of Barney Ausenbaugh, fatherof M. DouglasAusenbaugh(CHSgrandparent)and
grandfatherof DouglasW. Ausenbaugh(Jo) CHSparentsandstaff member (Jo),andgreat-grandfatherof CDT Lt.
DouglasJ. Ausenbaugh’07,Elyse Ausenbaugh ’10and MeredithAusenbaugh’12~ may she restin peace;(11/3)
For healingforKari Doctor, sister-in-law of CoachMark Doctor,who isfightinglivercancer; (10/26)
For healingforKarenGilmore,mother-in-law of teacherDawnGilmore,whoisfacinghersecondbattle withbreast
For the repose of the soul of William"Bill" JosephGavaghan,agreat educatorandstrong Catholicpresence inthe
MSD of Lawrence ~ may he rest inpeace; (10/25)
For the repose of the soul of Joyce Petruzzi,grandmotherof Mike,Nick(’11) and Cynthia(’03) Petruzzi ~ mayshe
For Betty Sullivan,wife of HughSullivan,CHSBoardMember,whoishospitalizedwithkidneyinfectionandother
medical concerns; (10/21)
For Lana Bates, auntof CollinBates(’11),whoisundergoingexperimental cancertreatment;(10/21)
For the repose of the soul of Jackie Echelbarger,relative of teacherMarianne Echelbarger,whohasgone home to
For the repose of the soul of PeggyScott Bradford, grandmotherof Paige (‘11) & Alec(‘13) Bradford~ mayshe rest
For recoveryandpositive resultsfromarecentFDA approvedInfusionforthe treatmentof Cancerfor Jack Early,
grandfatheror "Papaw"of Jack Fleck('12),Mary (’09), andColinFLeck(’07); (10/7)
For the repose of the soul of JamesL. Schutte,Sr. (’37), fatherof JamesL. Schmutte,Jr.(’64), grandfatherof Peter
Schmutte (’66),TeresaSchmutte Tuttle (’77),andPeterSchmutte (’94) ~ mayhe restin peace; (10/6)
For recoveryandhealingfor Jack Watson (’65),whois recoveringfromopenheartsurgery. He isthe husbandof
teacherSusie Watsonandfatherof TinaScheu(’92), John(’93),Sarah (’97), andEileenWatson(’99); (10-6)
For healingforCaroline Jaskoski,wife of CollegeAdvisorMike Jaskoski, fightingcancer;
For healingforJoshFry (’14), recentlydiagnosedwith HodgkinsLymphoma; (9/20)
For strengthandhealingforPaul B. Kernel (’48),whohas beenhavingradiationandchemotherapyfor
colorectal,lungandprostate cancer; also,hisclassmatesaskthatyou sendhiman email at firstname.lastname@example.org
to helpwitha pick-upof hisspirits; (10/4)
For Denny Hoff,a friendof Mr. Worland’s,whocontinueshisfightwithcancer;
For Matt Luedeman (’07),continuingtofightcancer;
For healingforBob Matthews(‘63) whois battlingcancer,husbandof JennyMatthews(formerShamrAuction
director),andfatherof Christy(’91),Tracy (’94) and Amanda(’00);
For a returnto good healthforAndra Ignas, strugglingwithbreastcancerand motherof
daughtersBrittany(12),Amanda(10) and Hannah (9th
at NorthCentral H.S.) and husband,
For healingforKathy Miller,fightingbreastcancer,andmotherof John(’06) Miller;
For a returnto healthforTracy Mirro,sisterof one of our facultymembers, fighting
For healingforCynthiaForgey,motherof JenniferJarrett(’94),whohasovariancancer;
For those who serve our country:
For JustinMason (’05), USAF Academygraduate,isstationedatWright-PattersonAFBinDayton,Ohio;
For Douglas Ausenbaugh('07) who isinhissenioryearat the UnitedStatesMilitaryAcademyinWestPoint,
For Daniel Laskowski, fatherof Natalie (’13),whoisin the AirForce and has beendeployedatthistime;
For Marco Caress(’09), whoisin his2nd
year at WestPointMilitaryAcademy;
For Katie Wacker(’10), whoisa plebe atWestPointMilitaryAcademy;
For Craig Thedwall (’99), goingtoGuam in Octoberas part of the NavyJag Corp unitfora three yearstint. His
wife Heidi Zawadzki Thedwall,(’99) and theirnew son,Malachy,will be alongforthisdeployment;
For Daniel Hess ('07) whois inhissenioryearat the UnitedStatesAirForce AcademyinColoradoSprings,
For Pvt. Erik Goertemiller(’06),currentlyinbasictrainingatFt.BenningGeorgiawiththe US Army;
Please continue to pray for all of our soldiers,deployedorat home;
and for all who protect us – soldiers,sailors,firefighters,police forces,andparents.
“Your faith has saved you.” (Luke 17:19)
Imagine yourself as the Samaritan in today’s Gospel. A victim of Hansen’s Disease – leprosy - you are an
outcast. Out of concern for public health and ritual purity, you have to live outside the city, away from your
family (Numbers 5:2-3). Your face is deformed and left partially paralyzed. Perhaps a couple of fingers or even
a hand has had to be amputated. Maybe your feet are starting to get deformed, making it hard to walk. The
stench of the ulcers on your body causes people to be repelled by you. As you walk the streets, you warn people
to keep away from you: “Unclean, unclean!” (Leviticus 13:45). There is no cure for your disease. You are
condemned to a life of misery and decay.
But then you meet Jesus. You cry out to him, and he sends you to the priests. As you believe and begin to walk,
one of your companions turns and says: “Your sores are gone! Your skin is so smooth and clear! You’ve been
healed!” You look down at your hands and feel your face, and joy envelops your heart. Amazed and grateful,
you run back to Jesus, throw yourself at his feet, and worship him.
This story tells us what Jesus is looking for from all of us. Every time our faith is increased or our prayers are
answered, he wants us to turn to him in thanksgiving and worship. Why? Because he loves being praised? Not
at all. Rather, it’s because he knows that when we come to him in worship, our faith is built up even more.
Every time we praise and thank him for his marvelous deeds in our lives, our hearts are softened even more, and
we become even more open to his word, his work, and his love.
So today, take some time to write down the most grace-filled moments you have experienced in your walk with
the Lord. Where have you seen God work the most powerfully? Meditate on these events and let them move
you to worship. Give yourself to the Lord in a deeper surrender so that he can take you even further in your
“Lord, with all my heart I sing your praises. Thank you for turning my mourning into dancing and my tears into
- The Word Among Us