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An advent wreath lit the week before Christmas.
How Can Families Celebrate Advent?
Annelise Motto, Writer • November 18, 2022

The season of Advent begins on November 27th. Advent is the first four Sundays leading up to Christmas. A tradition within Advent is making an...

U.S Bishops are debating on nominating 3 women into sainthood, after reviewing their lives before death. This change would significantly impact youth of America as Mirshah Misirlioglu states how “Saints are a figure of role models and hope for me.”
The Catholic Church and The (Potential) Future Saints
Elle Brennan, Writer • November 17, 2022

The U.S Catholic Bishops are currently analyzing three American women and if they should be admitted into sainthood? Around the country, people...

Father Greg Boyle and his homies from the Homeboy Industry share their stories to students of  CCHS Dons Press.
Fr. Greg Boyle’s Homies
Nicole Moore and Annelise Motto November 10, 2022

This week, students and staff at CCHS got a deeper look into the impact Fr. Boyle’s industry has had, and we got to hear the stories from two...

Candles were lit to signify the prayers held in the hearts of the loved one’s souls who may be in need of mercy.
Pray for Those Who’ve Passed
Nicole Moore, Spiritual Life Editor • November 3, 2022

On November 2nd, we celebrate All Soul’s Day. A day of remembrance and intercessions for the souls in purgatory. People participate in traditions...

The decade of the rosary offers our prayers to God and honors mother Mary.
Do Catholics Worship Mary?
Nicole Moore, Spiritual Life Editor • November 2, 2022

As the end of the Month of the Rosary is approaching, it’s vital to know the truth about its role in the Catholic faith. A common myth many...

St. Maximilian Kolbe, the patron saint of drugs and addiction, protects those who experience drug abuse. His story explains the dangers of drugs on the human body.
Saint Kolbe- Patron of Addiction
Nicole Moore, Spiritual Life Editor • November 1, 2022

As we recognize the dangers of drugs and alcohol, we can turn to St. Kolbe as an example of the deathly nature of all substances and guidance...

Students crown our blessed Mother Mary, praying for her help in all aspects of life.
Life Week
Nicole Moore, Spiritual Life Editor • October 25, 2022

Every year CCHS recognizes Life Week through prayer, meditation, and charity. We use this week as a celebration of life’s ministry and reflect...

A member of the Homeboy Industries program with Cathedral students and faculty.
CCHS Visits Homeboy Industries
Annelise Motto, Writer • October 21, 2022

Homeboy Industries is the most extensive gang rehabilitation program in the world. The program helps formerly incarcerated gang members redirect...

When in the mood for a sweet treat or if you just want to say “Hello”,  the M&M office is a great place to go!
Behind the Scenes: Mission and Ministry
Elle Brennan, Writer • October 21, 2022

Cathedral Catholic is a faith based school that is demonstrated through the sense of community on campus. One organization on our campus, Mission...

Saint Gianna Beretta Molla dedicates her life to her children and helping every life around her as a doctor.
Patron Saint of Work/Life Balance
Nicole Moore, Spiritual Life & Photo Editor • October 19, 2022

Life Week is a sacred week CCHS celebrates to reflect on our lives and human dignity of everyone around us. Saint Gianna is a model for what...

Thousands of teachers, students, and ministers gather to deepen their faith and understanding of social injustice at ISN’s annual conference.
Educate, Advocate, and Evolve at the Jesuit Conference
Nicole Moore, Spiritual Life & Photo Editor • October 6, 2022

CCHS hopes to make a comeback after a multitude of our staff and students attended the 2018 Ignatian Solidarity Network (ISN) Jesuit Conference...

2022 International Catholic Stewardship Conference
2022 International Catholic Stewardship Conference
Annelise Motto, Writer • October 5, 2022

The 2022 International Catholic Stewardship Conference is being held on October 2nd to the 5th at the Anaheim Hilton Hotel. For the first time...

St. Therese of Lisieux
St. Therese of Lisieux
Annelise Motto, Writer • October 5, 2022

This week we celebrated the feast day of St. Therese of Lisieux, the patron saint of the missions. She was born on January 2, 1873 in Alencon,...

Saint Sebastian miraculously survives the impalement of four arrows to epitomize God’s call to never give up.
Patron Saint of Sports and Athletes
Nicole Moore, Spiritual Life Editor • October 5, 2022

This Friday is the class of 23’s timeless senior night, representing CCHS football players, cheerleaders, and dancers. Each one of these...

The CCHS Varsity football team worships our Lord before the virtuous game against Steele Canyon. Fr. Paul blesses each player and prays for a safe and humble game.
Importance of the Pre-Game Mass
Nicole Moore and Mia Wilson September 27, 2022

Every Friday, whether they’re home or away, CCHS Varsity football prepares for their games with a Mass, a tradition since before our beloved...

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