Welcome back to another year in the educating and molding of the minds of our Cathedral young men. Last year presented all of us with numerous challenges. Not only did we face them, we excelled in spite of them. This year Cathedral begins it’s 97th year of providing education. As we transition back to face to face instruction, we seek to find as much normalcy as possible. Cathedral will continue to build men of faith through the Catholic Lasallian values which have been present on the campus for almost a century.
If we learned anything from last year, it was that we needed the Lasallian core values instilled at Cathedral to get us through the pandemic. Love, compassion, respect and generosity were needed and exemplified during this crisis. St. John Baptist De La Salle once wrote, “We must often make acts of practical faith based on the truths that we must practice.” Last year we relied on these values more than ever before.
Last year also taught us that we did not need to be in the building to be a part of the campus. Cathedral is more than the building on Stanton Street. Cathedral is the work ethic. Cathedral is a mindset. Cathedral is, and will continue to be the Brotherhood. This is what separates us from other learning institutions. Cathedral students, enter to learn, and leave to serve.
Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions. We are here to serve you.