The Student Newspaper of Cathedral Catholic High School

Dons Press

The Student Newspaper of Cathedral Catholic High School

Dons Press

The Student Newspaper of Cathedral Catholic High School

Dons Press

Sister Mary Elizabeth Lancaster is an African American nun from Baltimore Maryland whose body has reamined in tact and untouched after four years. Many Catholics believe in incorruptiblity. No investigation has been carried out yet to presume the cause of her body still in tact but further information is still being provided.
Body Still in Tact After 4 Years!
Annelise Motto, Staffer • January 29, 2024

Who would have thought a potential modern-day saint could be from rural Missouri? Most people who live in Missouri have never even heard of the...

St. Therese of Lisieux is a well known female saint who was named one of the three Doctors of the Church. She is the patron saint of florists and missions.
St. Therese of Lisieux
Annelise Motto, Staffer • November 8, 2023

As Catholics, we honor St. Therese of Lisieux on October 1st. She is known as the patron saint of missions and of florists. She is also known...

Mary, the mother of Jesus, is someone we can pray to for guidance and love.
Why Do We Pray To Mary?
Annelise Motto, Staffer • May 26, 2023

Do Catholics Pray to Mary? May is the month of celebrating and honoring Mary in the Catholic Church. We commemorate the Blessed Virgin Mary’s...

Teddy Howell, the 9 year old podcast creator dressed up as a priest, his dream occupation. This young third grader describes how when he grows up, he wants to be like Schmitz and be a priest at his local church in Michigan.
Teddy Howel’s Creation of the “Kids Bible of the Year”
Elle Brennan, Staffer • May 18, 2023

Annelise Motto, a CCHS Staffer, wrote an article about the “Superman of Priests”, Fr. Mike Schmitz. In the article, Motto infers how Schmitz...

No matter how “perfect” one thinks they may be, there is always room for improvement that can be fulfilled during Confession. Even St. Francis asks for penance during this Lenten Season!
Elle Brennan, Writer • March 31, 2023

Forgiveness is far from an easy task. One is forced to look at someone who has hurt them, and basically say, “it’s okay.” This past week...

As Catholicism is currently growing, Americans around the country must focus on how to improve the faith. Though all of the Churches views might not always align with the States, it is important to note that the Church supports Catholics fulfilling their state privileges.
How Does Catholicism Impact America?
Elle Brennan, Writer • March 28, 2023

About 23% of America identifies as Catholic. Catholicism, compared to any other religion in the USA, actually has not experienced as much loss...

The statues of Joseph often depict him as an elderly man holding the infant Jesus in his arms.
St. Joseph
Annelise Motto, Writer • March 17, 2023

On March 19, the Feast of St. Joseph is celebrated around the world and the entire month of March is dedicated to him. It is a time to reflect...

The Lenten Season officially begins on Ash Wednesday and runs until Easter Sunday. In this liturgical season, Catholics can give something up or add something to their lives to better their relationship with Jesus.
Elle Brennan, Writer • February 28, 2023

For Catholics, Lent is a 40 day season of prayer, fasting and almsgiving. This year, Lent begins on Wednesday, February 22nd. It is a season...

“Faith” is one of the core values of Cathedral. Part of having faith is serving others which can be done in many ways here on campus. An example would be the Ambassadors program as it is a great was to get involved and teach future Dons about all Cathedral has to offer!
The SERVICE OF missionaries
Elle Brennan, Writer • February 14, 2023

Picture This: A small rural town called Kinshasa located in the Congo in Africa; Consisting of warm weather, lucious plants, green grass, hills;...

Sister Andre is participating in her daily prayers at age 118 year old. Andre claims that her secret to this old age is    “A little bit of chocolate and wine each day!”
118 Year Old Nun
Elle Brennan, Writer • February 3, 2023

A day the world was changed forever, January 17th, 2023. On this day, Sister Andre, a previous record holder for the oldest person in the world,...

Students and teachers from Cathedral Catholic attend the Walk For Life. Here, they pray for mothers, children, and the souls who have lost their dignity.
DFL Walk for Life
Nicole Moore, Spiritual Life Editor • February 1, 2023

CCHS Dons For Life Club journies to San Francisco last weekend to participate in the West Coast Walk For Life, where they prayed for and walked...

Citizens of Congo unite with one in another. Pray for them.
Islamic Group Bombs Christian Church
Nicole Moore, Spiritual Life Editor • January 19, 2023

Religious massacres have become increasingly common across the world amongst all different cultures, happening almost everywhere. On January...

Even though the COVID surge has decreased, mass attendance is at an all time low! Did COVID impact peoples willingness to attend in-person mass?
Mass Attendence is at an All Time Low Since The Pandemic
Elle Brennan, Writer • January 17, 2023

March 9th 2020...a day that the world was changed forever. Thinking back to this day, I remember excitement flooding my body as I heard the news...

Pope Benedict was a very influential Pope who is remembered for his profound theological understanding of faith, prayer, and the Catholic Doctrine. He passed away on December 31, 2022.
Pope Benedict
Annelise Motto, Writer • January 13, 2023

Pope Benedict XVI passed away a few weeks ago, on December 31, at 95. Millions watched the funeral on television and attended by tens of thousands....

A veil is worn in spite of reverence to our Lord.
What Really Is Modesty?
Nicole Moore, Spiritual Life Editor • January 10, 2023

What Really Is Modesty? Catechism of the Catholic Church says: “Modesty protects the intimate center of the person. It means refusing...

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