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This Week at Andrean

May 18th – 23rd

Andrean Events

Monday May 18th

Junior Faith Experience at 8am

Tuesday May 19th

Andrean Band Concert at 6pm in Andrean St. Basil Theater

School Lunch Menu
MON: BBQ Ribette, Baked Potato
TUES: Country Fried Steak Dinner
WED: Chicken Fingers
THURS: Ravioli, Cheese Sticks
FRI: Mac and Cheese, Fish Sandwich


Athletic Events: May 18th – 23rd

Monday May 18th

Boys Varsity Golf at Summertree Golf Course at 4pm.

Girls Varsity Tennis vs. Crown Point High School at 4pm at Crown Point.

Boys Freshmen Baseball vs. Hobart High School at 4:30pm at Hobart.

Girls Varsity Softball vs. Merrillville at 4:30pm. Home game.

Tuesday May 19th

Boyd Varsity Golf vs. Highland High School at Highland at 4pm.

Boys Junior Varsity Baseball vs. Hobart High School at 4:30pm at Hobart.

Boys Varsity Baseball team vs. Hobart at 4:30pm. Home game.

Girls Varsity Tennis vs. Bishop Noll at 4:30pm at Bishop Noll.

Girls Junior Varsity Softball vs. Highland High School at 4:30pm at Highland.

Girls Varsity Softball vs. Highland High School at 4:30pm at Highland.

Thursday May 21st

Boys Freshmen Baseball vs. Mount Carmel at 4:30pm. Home game.

Girls Varsity Softball vs. Bishop Noll at 4:30pm at Bishop Noll.

Friday May 22nd

Girls Varsity Softball vs. Hebron High School at 4:30pm at Hebron.

Boyd Varsity Golf vs. Lowell at Palmira Golf Course at 4pm.

Saturday May 23rd

Girls Varsity Softball Meet at 10am at Marian Catholic High School.

Boyd Varsity Golf vs. Lake Central at Palmira Golf Course at 1pm.


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Andrean bids farewell to Bishop Emeritus Melczek

 

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59ers in the News

Andrean’s Josh Barajas becomes the first Region player to sign with Notre Dame since 2006

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Pictures from the ISHAA Wrestling Sectional courtesy of Ideas in Motion

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Interview with Andrean President Harry Vande Velde about our Summer Enrichment Program

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Bishop Dale Melczek donates $30,000 in an endowment fund for Andrean students

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Andrean High School celebrates Catholic School’s Week

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Andrean wrestler’s place at Lake County Wrestling Tournament

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2014 News Stories

Get to know Sister Brigid Fasiang a little better in the this terrific interview by the Post Tribune:

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Here’s a terrific gallery of pictures showing some the best 59er pride from Andrean’s State Championship game. Special thanks to Ideas in Motion.

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Northwest Indiana Times top ten local sports stories Andrean comes in at number seven for its fourth state championship in school history.

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Interview with Andrean Senior Josh Barajas before the U.S. Army East-West All-Star Game:

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Catch up on the latest issue of the Acropolis before the new one is put out later this month: 

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Congrats to Dave Pishkur, named Coach of the Year for the fourth time in his career by the Indiana High School Baseball Coaches Association: 

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Andrean’s Krzyston has dedicated his season to his grandfather’s memory: 

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Terrific article on 2011 Andrean graduate Sean Manaea:

MORNING PRAYER

May 22, 2015

On Monday, May 31, we will observe Memorial Day as a day of remembrance for those who have died in our nation’s service.  It was first observed on May 30, 1868, when flowers were placed on the graves of Union and Confederate soldiers at Arlington National Cemetery.  Since the late 50s on the Thursday before Memorial Day, the soldiers of the Third U.S. Infantry place small American flags at each of the more than 260,000 gravestones at Arlington National Cemetery.  They then patrol 24 hours a day during the weekend to ensure that each flag remains standing.

Loving God,
we remember with gratitude the sacrifices
of all those who offered their lives for others
in the hope of securing a lasting peace.
Pour your Spirit over our troubled and fragile world.

Amen.


DAILY INSPIRATIONS

Friday, May 22

Jesus said to Simon Peter, “Simon, son of John, do you love me more than these?”
—John 21:15

On my best days, I might have answered Jesus like Peter did, with fervent commitment. On other days, I fear I would have said this: “Yes, Lord, I love you. Quite a lot; but let’s be reasonable. One has responsibilities. Things cost money. You can’t expect miracles. You have to live in the real world. Nobody will take care of you if you don’t take care of yourself.” And then I would have hid from Jesus like Peter once did and wept bitterly.

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MORNING PRAYER: May 22, 2015

On Monday, May 31, we will observe Memorial Day as a day of remembrance for those who have died in our nation’s service. It was first observed on May 30, 1868, when flowers were placed on the graves of Union and Confederate soldiers at Arlington National Cemetery. Since the late 50s on the Thursday before Memorial Day, the soldiers of the Third U.S. Infantry place small American flags at each of the more than 260,000 gravestones at Arlington National Cemetery. They then patrol 24 hours a day during the weekend to ensure that each flag remains standing.

Loving God,
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of all those who offered their lives for others
in the hope of securing a lasting peace.
Pour your Spirit over our troubled and fragile world.

Amen.
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Boys Freshmen Baseball vs. Mount Carmel at 4:30pm. Home game.

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