On Ash Wednesday, as the Jesuit community celebrated Mass with Archbishop John Vlazny, evil again struck at the heart of an American high school in Parkland, Florida.
Principal Paul Hogan regularly shares his insights and observations.
As we head into semester exams, we reflect on the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Campus Minister Don Clarke told this story to the students last Friday on the December Coed Encounter, on the Feast of the Immaculate Conception. It is a Christmas story, but it is also a Mary tale and a Resurrection song.
As Fr. Boyle writes in Tattoos on the Heart, “Mother Teresa diagnosed the world's ills this way: ‘We've forgotten that we belong to each other.’"
To JHS, Brian was a true friend and loyal guest author. Each year for the past decade Brian wove his magic for spellbound students, leaving them laughing and crying and plumbing the purpose of their wild and precious lives—usually at the same time.
As Fr. Hayes so often said, “We stand in awe of what God has done at Jesuit High.” Father, we also stand in awe of what you have done. We are deeply grateful for your light and your life, for your dry Irish humor, your unwavering faith in God and in all of us, and your commitment to the students of Jesuit High.