The School Newspaper of Cathedral Catholic High School

El Cid

The School Newspaper of Cathedral Catholic High School

El Cid

The School Newspaper of Cathedral Catholic High School

El Cid

The Bacich family gathers in their living room to watch Mass together, as currently all Catholic Masses have been cancelled in light of the quarantine due to COVID-19.

Homemade Holy Week

Sara Vechinski, Social Media Editor
April 5, 2020
A diverse counsel of the United Methodist Church recently proposed a split due to conflicts regarding LGBT believers and gay clergy members.

Religious divisions

Angelina Hicks, Managing Editor
February 17, 2020
CCHS celebrated last years Lunar New Year with a traditional Chinese dragon dance at lunch. A similar performance will occur tomorrow.

Inclusivity on campus

Alianna Torres, Features Editor
January 23, 2020
Cathedral Catholic High School students celebrate the feast day of Our Lady of Guadalupe by processing the student-made mural to the chapel during break.

The feast of Our Lady

Alianna Torres, Features Editor
December 22, 2019
The Amazon Synod called together a myriad pf employees of the Catholic Church, including the Pope, bishops throughout the world, and many indigenous peoples of the Pan-Amazonian region to discuss pressing topics in these areas. Statistics courtesy of The New York Times and Catholic News Agency.

Amazon synod addresses pressing subjects

Jenna Crowley, Spiritual Life Editor
November 22, 2019
Ana Cardenas ‘21 leads the rosary at the 40 Days for Life: Cast the Vision vigil.

Forty days of prayer

Jessica Nava, Multimedia Editor
October 22, 2019
As the stir of college applications continues, students have expressed their concern of writing about their faith in college applications.

Prioritizing faith

Alianna Torres, Features Editor
October 3, 2019
Typical Lenten promises are giving up a materialistic item that would be a challenge to live without. Students can be seen giving up chocolate, soda, social media, carbs, dairy.

Lenten follow up

Katie Dittamore, Assistant Entertainment Editor
April 17, 2019
The infographic provides information as to whether or not people who practice religion are happier than people who do not affiliate with a religion.

Pray or nay?

Chloe Staples, Photo Editor
March 28, 2019
Lent... what now?

Lent… what now?

Ellery Wakeman, Assistant Photo Editor
March 11, 2019
This year’s Catholic Schools Week slogan, “Learn. Serve. Lead. Succeed.” encourages Catholic school students and administrators to take the initiative to spread Christ’s teachings.

Celebrating Catholic curriculum

Lauren Boyer, Arts and Entertainment Editor
January 29, 2019
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