A Message to Parents

Dear Parents,

1. Our students will be registering for next year's classes this week.  The counselors have visited with all grade levels and students have received the course catalog and course form.  They will register online later this week. Counselors and adminstrators will be with them to provide help and answer questions.  Please be sure to send in or drop off the tuition agreement form you received in the mail.  Registration is not complete until both the course form and the tuition agreement form are turned in.  

2. Spring Sports Registration is open!Spring Sports registration is ready!   Please click here to start (returning users - please do not create a new account). 
Signing up early will add your email address to the roster so you will be kept informed of upcoming important information. (Ultimate Frisbee will have a separate registration).  
Please register by Feb. 12th!
Spring Sports MeetingsThe following spring sports meetings have been set:
Thursday, Feb. 18th:7th-12th grade Ultimate Frisbee (parents & athletes) - 6:30pm - New Families, 7:00 - Returners (in Holy Angels)
Monday, February 29th (stay tuned for meeting locations):7th-12th grade Baseball (parents & athletes) - 6:30pm9th-12th grade Boys Golf - (parents only) - 6:30pm7th-12th grade Boys Tennis (parents & athletes) - 6:30pm9th-12th grade Softball (parents only) - 7:00pm7th-12th grade Girls Golf (parent & athletes) - 7:00pm7th-12th grade Boys and Girls Track & Field (parents & athletes) - 7:00pm
There will NOT be a meeting for 7/8 softball and 7/8 boys golf - all info will be emailed to you.  We have not heard when the Boys and Girls Lacrosse meetings are yet - stay tuned.

3. For parents of seniors: put this date on your calendar: Feb 22, 6:30 pm is the Senior Parent Planning Meeting for graduation acitivities. Watch for a letter coming soon. 

4.  An important fundraiser is coming up for one of our families.  Please plan to attend the Benefit for Thomas/No One Fights Alone on Sunday, Feb. 21, 4:00 to 6:30 pm at St. Anthony's Church for Chili & corn bread. Thomas Merchlewicz, brother of CHS senior Nicole Merchlewicz, was diagnosed by osteosarcoma in November and he is currently undergoing chemotherapy.  Join in this celebration of hope and courage because Nobody Fights Alone.


This is an important message from our Bishop:

Listening Session

An allegation of past sexual misconduct involving Father Antonio Marfori has recently been made.  Because of that allegation, Bishop Kettler has asked a Diocesan Response Team to hold listening sessions for the people of all parishes in which Father Marfori served.  There will be listening sessions on the following dates:

Tuesday, February 2, 2016 - 6:00 pm             St. Paul's, Sauk Centre (to be held at Our Lady of Angels due to the remodel project at St. Paul's)

Tuesday, February 2, 2016 - 8:00 pm             St. Agnes, Roscoe (with St. Margaret, Lake Henry)

Thursday, February 4, 2016 - 6:30 pm           Sts. Peter and Paul, Gilman (with St. Elizabeth, Brennyville and St. Joseph, Morrill)

Tuesday, February 9, 2016 - 7:00 pm             Cathedral High School (with St. Francis Xavier, Sartell)

Thursday, February 11, 2016 - 7:00 pm         Christ Our Light, Zimmerman

Father Antonio Marfori served in the following parishes:

St. Francis Xavier, Sartell, part-time associate              October 1978         Cathedral High School, St. Cloud                                       1978-1980         St. Paul, Sauk Centre                                                           1980-1984       Post graduate studies                                                           1984-1985         St. Agnes, Roscoe                                                               1985-1993         St. Margaret, Lake Henry (while continuing at St. Agnes)                           St. Pius X, Zimmerman                                                       1993-2007       St. Anne, Kimball                                                                2007-2008       Canonical Administrator, St. Elizabeth, Brennyville, Sts. Peter and Paul, Gilman, and St. Joseph, Morrill                                          2008-2010         Leave of absence (medical)                                                2010

You are invited to attend any of the above listening sessions. These sessions will have three primary goals:

1. to assure parishoners of Bishop Kettler's support and assistance;

2. to offer a process whereby sexual misconduct issues/concerns can be voiced and discussed; 

3. to allow other potential victims the opportunity to come forward and receive assistance and healing.

The Diocesan Response Team will be present for any parishioners who wish to attend. The listening sessions will not be open to the news media. 




Lynn Grewing