Speaking in March


How God has Walked with Me Through High School


March 13, 2015 - doors open at 11:15 AM  **  


Quaker Station
135 South Broadway, Akron Ohio

Students from four area Catholic High Schools

ARCHBISHOP HOBAN will be represented by senior Henry Stitzel, son of Ted and Rita Stitzel, and a member of Our Lady of Sorrows Parish, Peninsula. Mr. Stitzel attended elementary school at Seton Catholic, Hudson. Hoban is a co-ed Catholic high school in the Holy Cross tradition. The Holy Cross tradition is a balanced, integrated, holistic approach to education where knowledge and faith converge. For more information, see www.hoban.org

OUR LADY OF THE ELMS will be represented by Marina Bostelman, the daughter of Dr. Mark and Mrs. Bostelman. Ms. Bostelman attended St. Barnabus elementary school. Our Lady of the Elms School is an independent Catholic school rooted in the Dominican tradition that educates girls and young women to listen openly, evaluate wisely, speak bravely, lead justly, and serve compassionately. The Elms’ preschool through kindergarten is co-ed. For more information, see www.theelms.org

WALSH JESUIT will be represented by junior Michael Gunther, son of Dan and Michele Gunther, and a member of St. Bernard Parish, Akron. Walsh Jesuit, a Catholic, Jesuit high school in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, offers a college-preparatory curriculum in a caring, supportive atmosphere that fosters intellectual curiosity and value formation. The motto, Men and Women for Others, is at the heart of the school's mission and aptly reflects the desire to develop young men and women of competence, conscience, and compassion. For more information, see www.walshjesuit.org .

ST. VINCENT-ST. MARY will be represented by senior Matt Carlson, the son of John and Patty Carlson. Mr. Carlson attended St. Joseph elementary school. St. Vincent-St. Mary, a co-ed school, was formed in 1973 by the merging of the two oldest Catholic schools in Akron. In the spirit of the Gospel, St.V-M is committed to educating the whole person: to lead and to serve, enlightening the mind, developing the body, touching the heart, and inspiring the soul. For more information, see www.stvm.com

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Coming in April

APRIL 10 **        Fr. George Smiga,,
Professor of Sacred Scripture, St. Mary Seminary and Graduate School of Theology, Wickliffe OH
Families of the Bible and Our Own Families: Finding God in the Irregularities of Life

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