Where am I?
In Paul’s First Letter to the Corinthians, he reminds us that, though many, we are one body in Christ. As each part of the body needs the other parts in order to thrive, so does the health of each part of our community depend upon the health of the rest. On Thursday, October 30, the Association for Cultural Enrichment at SLUH (ACES), picked up on this important idea in its annual Harmony Prayer Service, praying and reflecting on the theme “One City, Many Parts” with about 180 students from seven other area Catholic schools. The students represented diversity clubs from De Smet Jesuit, Incarnate Word Academy, John F. Kennedy, Nerinx Hall, Rosati-Kain, St. Joseph Academy, and Visitation.
SLUH’s community garden has done remarkably well in just its first year. In addition to producing fresh food, it has promoted sustainability and benefited the school’s curriculum and outreach efforts. Jr. Bills have been involved in every step of the garden’s development and recently harvested more than 400 pounds of vegetables, most of which will benefit the school’s Community Service Program.
The varsity football team (6-2), which topped previously undefeated Kirkwood (7-1) 38-35 on October 17, enters district play with momentum as they face Hazelwood West at SLUH on October 24 at 7:00pm.
- 10/31/2014 13:11:48 | One City, Many Parts
- 10/22/2014 11:27:33 | Harvest Time
- 10/21/2014 12:47:51 | FootballBills Enter Districts with Momentum
- 10/20/2014 14:17:19 | Punkin Chunkin
- 10/10/2014 11:11:17 | Aussies Visit SLUH
- 10/08/2014 09:47:02 | A World of Opportunities
- 10/03/2014 14:43:04 | XC Honored as National Team of the Week
- 10/03/2014 14:34:35 | African Journalists Visit SLUH
- 10/02/2014 13:05:06 | Dramatic Pursuit
- 10/01/2014 15:55:48 | Short Attention Span