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Archive - April 2013

Little Acts

Little Acts

A few days ago, a brother who had been out came back. When he came in, one brother had already saved him a clean cloth napkin and pulled it out for him. (For those who don’t know, we use cloth napkins that we wash once a week.) Another time, our...

Worth the Effort—Easter Games 2013

Worth the Effort—Easter Games 2013

Today, we offer a blog byRyszard Koziel , a junior at Sacred Heart Apostolic School. When I was asked to help run the annual Easter Games at Sacred Heart this year, I wasn’t sure if I had been asked to employ my amazing capacities of motivating kids...

Mexico Missions 2013

Mexico Missions 2013

Today’s reflection comes from Zachary Ratliff, a sophomore at Sacred Heart Academy in Indiana.  He recently participated in a mission trip to Mexico. For those 10 days in Mexico, it was incredible. This trip has truly changed my outlook on...

Family Life

Family Life

Recently I was speaking to my dad and he mentioned that one of the best years was when we all did swim team. It wasn’t that he had great business success that year – he did well most years. It wasn’t that he got out of coaching soccer, basketball...

Cincinnati Missions 2013

Cincinnati Missions 2013

The following account of Holy Week Missions was contributed  by  Pha Nguyen of Lincoln, NE.  Pha is a junior at Sacred Heart Apostolic School in Indiana. My experience on this Youth Mission in Cincinnati, OH was super awesome! On Wednesday, we had...

At a Moment’s Notice

At a Moment’s Notice

Today, I’m pleased to share a commentary by Maximilian Nguyen, a junior at Sacred Heart Apostolic School in Indiana. A week before Holy Thursday, Ramon and I left Sacred Heart Apostolic School in Indiana, to help Br. Lucio Boccacci, LC and Fr...

I’M GOING FISHING!

I’M GOING FISHING!

This week the gospel tells us the story of Peter after Christ died. Interiorly he is disturbed. He denied Christ not once, but three times. He fled and left His Lord alone in the most important moment of His life. All of the disciples are confused...