Mayfield Schola Members Reunite

25 April 2018 Click for the day in video. On Saturday 17th March, nearly 400 people packed into the Mayfield School Chapel to attend Mass for St. Patrick. This was the high point of the greatly anticipated Schola Reunion, an event which saw over 200 past members of the school’s choirs return to Mayfield for […]

Cristo Rey New York’s Class of 2019 Hits the Road!

25 April 2018 Fr. Joseph P. Parkes, S.J., President, Cristo Rey New York High School During the recent Spring break, Cristo Rey New York’s College Guidance Office took the Junior Class on what is now an annual road trip — the college tour. Now in its sixth year, this is a time for students to visit […]

The Influence of Cornelia Connelly in My Professional Life

27 March 2018 The following was originally published in Insights from Holy Child, a publication of Holy Child School at Rosemont. This past Sunday at the Family Mass and Breakfast, we honored faculty and staff members for their milestone anniversaries. Each Holy Child School at Rosemont employee strives to embody the spirit of our foundress […]

Holy Child Past Students Judged Best in West Africa

27 March 2018 Two former students of Holy Child School in Cape Coast, Ghana, have been adjudged the overall best candidate and the first runner-up in the West African Secondary School Certificate Examinations (WASSCE). These two candidates were first and second in Ghana as well as in West Africa. Jochebed Adwoa Sutherland and Audrey Emefa […]

HC Alums in Ghana Focus Class Gift on Hygiene and Health

14 March, 2018 Each year, the Saturday after the 5th of March, the Foundation date of the Holy Child School in Cape Coast, Ghana, the annual Speech and Prize-Giving Day is held there. Since 2013, headmistress Rev. Sister Josephine Anto, SHCJ, has been inviting the “year group” to come back and in the spirit of what they […]

Nigerian Sisters Hold Day Of Prayer For National Security

22 February 2018 The African Faith and Justice Network, of which the Society is a member, reports that on Ash Wednesday, Catholic Women Religious in Nigeria held a nationwide day of prayer and fasting to uphold the sacredness of life. The event, a result of a recent AFJN advocacy workshop for the Nigerian Conference of […]

Cardinal: Church Should ‘Meet People Where They Are’

15 February 2018 Cardinal Joseph Tobin, C.Ss.R., archbishop of Newark, New Jersey, spoke recently at The Lay Centre [in Rome] benefit evening in Washington, D.C. He focused on how the Church can assist young people in their faith and vocational discernment, saying that the Church should “collaborate in the joy of young people rather than be tempted […]

CRNY Seniors Kickoff 2018 with College Scholarships

14 February 2018 Fr. Joseph P. Parkes, S.J., President, Cristo Rey New York High School 2018 is off to an impressive start for several of Cristo Rey New York’s seniors! To date, eight seniors have committed to top colleges and universities. Equally impressive are those students who have been awarded competitive scholarships for academic achievements. The […]

Mayfield Alumna Earns Kudos for Research on Play

9 February 2018 Ghislaine Kenyon, a creative and research consultant on a play based on the Society of the Holy Child Jesus’ founder, was recently recognized for her work. Nominated by playwright Diane Samuels, Kenyon was a recipient this year of a Olwen Wymark Award for her support with the play Waltz With Me, which spans two centuries, two […]

School Prayer Garden Dedicated to Holy Child Sister

17 January 2018 Recently, Priory School Edgbaston in Birmingham, England welcomed Holy Child Sister Monica Matthews to open The Sister Monica Prayer Garden in its beautiful grounds. Sister Monica is a former teacher at the school who also dedicates her time to the successful running of the school in her role as a school governor. […]