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Father Martin Latiff, MC guides the CCHS community in prayer to support Brycen Newman ’18 as he continues in his struggle to fight brain cancer. Brycen and his family are moving beyond chemotherapy and radiation to a cutting-edge therapy known as immunotherapy. Photo by Ms. Anne Pickard. ***Click here to support Brycen’s family via GoFundMe.***

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Cathedral Catholic College

Cathedral Catholic College

Melissa Vorndran, Copy Editor

Cathedral Catholic High School prides itself on having fully prepared its graduates for a college environment, but that environment will soon be available to students ...  Read More »

May 25, 2016 • 0 comments

Brycen and some of the CCHS baseball players pose for a picture at the 1st Annual LyonHearted kickball tournament, honoring 17-year-old Jason Lyon who passed away from brain cancer in October.

Brycen Newman stays active outside hospital doors; Experimental treatment begins this month

May 16, 2016

Students were given the opportunity to support Cathedral’s clubs by purchasing sweet treats and other food items at the Spring Carnival on Friday.

The Week in Pictures: May 9, 2016 – May 13, 2016

May 16, 2016

CCHS art students showcased their creations and talents at the recent music and art show in Guadalupe Center.

CCHS art and music students got talent

May 15, 2016

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Features

Zika concerns Americans and CCHS community

Zika concerns Americans and CCHS community

Matthew Bailey, PR Manager

Colorado State University Professor Brian Foy had recently returned to his Northern Colorado home after studying in southeastern Senegal for six weeks when he noticed a rash...  Read More »

April 29, 2016 • 0 comments

Part of what makes Mr. Caro’s AP Psychology class unique is his answering of “Anonymous Questions,” student-submitted questions on various topics.

The man behind AH 202

April 20, 2016

Researchers believe excessive snacking impacts many of the same neurological receptors as illicit drugs.

Just one more cookie, right?

April 14, 2016

First Lady Nancy Reagan parades in her "Second-Hand Clothes" disguise for the Gridiron Club Annual Dinner, Washington, DC, in March, 1982.

Farewell Nancy Reagan

March 11, 2016

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Opinions

“1984” or 2016? Doublethink in politics.

“1984” or 2016? Doublethink in politics.

Sarah Scherer, Managing Editor

In his dystopian novel "1984," George Orwell introduces many disturbing concepts. These ideas, which include “newspeak” and “doublethink,” still remain relevant in...  Read More »

May 25, 2016 • 0 comments

CCHS alumna calls for dress code reform

May 17, 2016

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To rebel or not to rebel

May 17, 2016

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Lady Gaga sparks conversation in the fight against sexual assault

April 6, 2016

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Spiritual Life

Building the Kingdom through retreats

Monica Inoue, Spiritual Life Editor

Campus Ministry, all school Mass, and retreats are iconic elements of a Catholic school. With several options like retreats that act as opportunities for students to grow...  Read More »

May 5, 2016 • 0 comments

Marked with ashes, CCHS students reflect and commit to Lenten sacrifices.

It’s about more than just a box of chocolates

March 1, 2016

Junior retreat, which happens twice a school year, is an important milestone in CCHS students’ experiences. The January retreat group leaves Jan. 20 and returns Jan. 22.

A fun and faith-filled time

January 19, 2016

Campus Ministers Ela Chavez '17, Sofia Palomas '17, Natalie Rotherham '17, Chad Dea '17, and Katie Van Deventer '17 (pictured from left to right) display flags on the railings of the Claver Center.

Theme of mercy underscores peace and justice liturgy

January 15, 2016

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