eLearning Resources

Ken Barlow Speaks to Students

Mission Moment - Kendrick Merenitz

Coffee House Jam - Anne Leppert

Anne Leppert performs Someone Who Loves Me by Sara Bareilles

Counseling Still Available during eLearning Days
 The Counseling Department wants to ensure students and parents that we will continue to serve you during this unprecedented time in our school's history. With this in mind, we want to share important information and answer several key questions you might have. Much of this same information is available at gocathedral.com/counseling.

We know that you might just need to talk to us about things such as, but not limited to, the following, so please rest assured that we are here for you!

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Information para residenties de Indianpolis impactados por el COVID-19

Esta página provee información sobre programas y servicios a la comunidad para el beneficio de residentes locales que han sido impactados por el brote del COVID-19, al igual provee acceso directo a recursos, páginas de internet, números de telefónicos, e información de contacto.
Estos recursos están disponibles gracias a la combinación de programas del gobierno (locales y estatales), organizaciones comunitarias, proveedores de servicios, entre otros. Trabajaremos arduamente para actualizar continuamente esta lista a medida que surjan nuevos recursos o necesidades adicionales.

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Students, please think about encouraging your friends and family to join in making cards. Get out your colored markers, pencils and crayons to make HAPPY cards, even Easter Cards, with notes of friendship and encouragement in these times of being distanced from friends and family. We are a people of gathering to celebrating family and friends and even though we cannot be together in person, we can still communicate

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With today’s announcement from Governor Holcomb, Cathedral will remain closed until May 4, 2020.  We know this is not ideal, but we must follow the Governor’s order to help reduce the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19).

We know this news is especially difficult for the Class of 2020. Administrators will do everything possible to celebrate our senior class while also following the strict mandates the government has implemented for schools and the community at large. Cathedral is a family and we take great pride in all of our traditions. We assure you we are working on ways to honor those traditions for our senior class. 

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On Thursday, March 12, Cathedral High School suspended all in-person classes, meetings, athletic practices/competitions, extracurricular activities, and events until April 14. Also, at this time, our Christian Service Program is suspending hours. No student should feel the pressure to volunteer at this time. Students with incomplete hours will get an extension. We were just four weeks from the April 14 deadline, and we already gave many students an extension until May 1. We do not have answers at this time since we do not know the longevity of this virus.  

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On St. Patrick's Day, wear your green Cathedral Irish gear to show your Irish pride!

Take a picture and use the hashtag #CathedralGreen to let everyone know your are eCelebrating St. Patrick's Day!

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Good morning,

I hope and trust you are keeping calm, clean, and rational.  These unprecedented times call for a lot of things, but please know that we, the leaders of our beloved school, are staying prayerful and prudent in our decision-making. With that in mind, we realize that last week was sudden and surprising for you, and you may have failed to grab necessary items from school. We want you to have what you need, so we are allowing you to come to school and get any NECESSARY items by 3 p.m. today.

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Campus Minister Charlene Witka shared the following information if you are unable to make it to mass.

Sometimes we are unable to get to Masson Sunday due to illness or because we are caring for someone who cannot take care of themselves. Recently, many parishes have reminded parishioners that their Sunday obligation is waived if they are sick or contagious. So, what are you supposed to do if you can’t make it to Mass on Sunday?

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