By now, it’s become cliché to describe 2020 as “apocalyptic.” But we are not going to succumb to fear or frustration. We will survive, and thrive, by reaching out and keeping faith.
Principal Paul Hogan regularly shares his insights and observations.
We must serve as allies and mentors to students who have experienced racism, religious intolerance, homophobia or other forms of bigotry.
In this strange and unsettled spring, we have been reminded of the servant-leaders in our midst—not only health care workers, but delivery drivers and takeout chefs and grocery clerks who go to work so that we do not have to.
In this guest post, JHS theology teacher Kathleen Myers encourages us to turn toward each other during Holy Week.
In moments of crisis, our community reveals its true strength.
Principal Hogan reflects on Jesuit High School's motto, Age Quod Agis, and sheds light on its deeper meaning.