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Service at SHA

Lily Torello

January 7, 2020

Our vast inclination to serve the community is a big part of what makes SHA so special. The students and staff are constantly finding ways to respond to those in need, as talents and resources are utilized for the betterment of...

December Kairos Retreat 2019

Abbey Parente

January 7, 2020

Kairos is a word which means "God's Time" and is used to describe how God functions on a different timeline than we do. His time cannot be "used up" and He can never be too busy. This term is the title of the retreat completed...

Enthronement 2019

October 18, 2019

      The annual Enthronement of the Sacred Heart took place this October, on Friday the fourth, in the school chapel. Seniors Sydney Walsh, the crowner, and Hannah Guth, the crown-bearer, were elected by their clas...

Junior Ring Liturgy

Amanda Savona, Head Editor

May 12, 2018

            Junior year is perhaps one of the most difficult and stressful of high school. After all, a junior usually has to juggle challenging courses, leadership positions in various extracu...

The Purpose of May Crowning

Gillian Murray, Staff Writer

May 12, 2018

May is the month when we crown our Mother, Mary. We dedicate this month to Mary and it is a time to remember and embrace how inspiring she was.  Mary was sinless, pure, and perfect. She is a great role model for everyone. She was not only a perfect follower o...

Time to Help: Local Service Opportunities

Abbey Parente, Newspaper Writer

March 20, 2018

Time to Help! Every day is a good day to get involved in your community and lend a helping hand. Although this is especially true for Sacred Heart Academy sophomores whose community service hours are due soon, this also applies t...

What Lent Means to Me

Gillian Murray, Staff Writer

March 20, 2018

It is finally that time of year again: the season of Lent!  This season is a time for giving something up that adds pleasure to your life or a time for giving back to other people instead.  It also means that Easter and spring ar...

Immaculate Conception Celebrated in Spanish Mass

January 8, 2018

On December 8, 2017, Sacred Heart Academy celebrated the Immaculate Conception of Mary in a Spanish mass. This mass honored Mary and her portrayal as the Virgin of Guadalupe, an important and powerful symbol in Mexico as well as ot...

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