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Class of 2024 Parents

May 3, 2024

Class of 2024 Parents,

Well, its here.  Today is the last day of class for our Seniors!

It's time to celebrate these amazing young Men for Others and wish them luck as they go forth and set the world on fire!

Just a couple of reminders:

1.  RSVP to the Baccalaureate Mass and Dinner on May 25th.

Baccalaureate Mass and Dinner is for graduates and parents/step-parents only and will be held on Saturday, May 25 at 5:00pm.

Mass will be in the Danis Field House, followed by a formal dinner and program in the Si Commons.

This event is sponsored by the Mothers Club and there will be no charge to attend. A formal invitation has been sent via mail.  Please RSVP HERE to attend. There is also an option to purchase a SLUH logo vase with flowers (a picture of this was included with your invitation) for $35/each.

2. Submit your photos for the Senior Memory Video by May 1st.

This video is a compilation of photos of the entire senior class covering their four years at SLUH.  The video is first viewed at the Baccalaureate Dinner.  

We will be including each boy’s freshman and senior yearbook photos, but we are hoping to collect 5 additional photos of your son that capture moments from his time at SLUH. Each photo must be a minimum size of 1MB and be in a .jpeg format to look best for the video.

Please review your photos and find the best pictures that represent your son's time at SLUH. The pictures can be group shots with his SLUH friends, pictures from sports and/or club activities, or whatever best shows off fun highlights of his time at SLUH. Please, no photos which include non-SLUH students! 

It would be a tremendous help if the photo file names include your son’s name!

Please email photos to by May 1st.

If you have any questions, please contact us at


Jill Strittmatter
Jamie Seamands
Lead Senior Representatives

Eliane Safar
Mothers Club President

Event Information

Parent's Prayer

I pray that I may let my child live his own life and not the one I wish I had lived. Therefore, guard me against burdening him with doing what I failed to do.

Help me to see his missteps today in perspective against the long road he must travel, and grant me the grace to be patient with his slow pace.

Give me the wisdom to know when to smile at the small mischiefs of his age and when to show firmness against the impulses he fears and cannot handle.

Help me to bear the anguish in his heart through the din of angry words or across the gulf of brooding silence. And having heard, grant me the ability to bridge the gap between us with understanding.

I pray that I may raise my voice more in joy at what he is than vexation at what he is not, so that each day he may grow in sureness of himself.

Help me to regard him with genuine affection so he will feel affection for others. Then give me the strength, O Lord, to free him so he can move strongly on his way.

And today as every day, we pray: We dedicate all our thoughts, words and actions to the Greater Glory of God. 



  • Apr 28 - Senior Follies

  • May 10 - Senior Prom

  • May 25 - Baccalaureate Mass & Dinner

  • May 26 - Graduation

  • May 26 - Lock-In