EASTER BREAK... SCHOOL RESUMES APRIL 28th

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EASTER VACATION
Date: 4/24/2014
EASTER VACATION
Date: 4/25/2014
CATHEDRAL ALUMNI ASSOCIATION PRESENTS: 12th Annual Comedy Night Featuring: Rudy Moreno

Date: 4/25/2014, 8:30 PM 10:30 PM
Location: Steven’s Steak & Seafood House 5332 East Steven’s Place, City of Industry – 323-723-9856
EASTER VACATION
Date: 4/26/2014
AP SPANISH LIT STUDY SESSION
Date: 4/26/2014, 8 AM 12 PM
Location: ROOM 303







News and Announcements

Congratulations to Coach Art Lopez '93... and our Soccer Program!

Congratulations to Coach Art Lopez '93... and our Soccer Program! PHANTOM SOCCER ranks 6th nationally at the end of the season.
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Meditation for Easter Sunday by St. John Baptist De La Salle

Meditation for Easter Sunday by St. John Baptist De La Salle This feast is a day of joy for the entire Church; that is why we so frequently and so solemnly sing these words of the Royal Prophet: This is the day the Lord has made; let us rejoice and be glad in it. Indeed, the Resurrection of Jesus Christ is at once very glorious for him and highly advantageous for all the faithful.

It is glorious for Jesus Christ, because by it he overcame death. This led Saint Paul to affirm that Jesus Christ was raised up for the glory of his Father and that once risen, he dies no more, because death will no longer have power over him.

It is advantageous for us, because it is an assurance of our own resurrection. Certain it is, adds the Apostle, that just as all died in Adam, so too all will rise again in Jesus Christ. According to this same Apostle, it was on this happy day that death was destroyed once and for all. Rejoice with the whole Church over so great a favor, and thank Jesus Christ, our Lord, very humbly for it.

The Resurrection of Jesus Christ was glorious for him and advantageous for us in another sense, because, according to Saint Paul, he destroyed sin and rose again only that we might live with a new life. For it is certain that if we are united with him through likeness to his death, we will also be united with him through likeness to his Resurrection, and if we die to sin with Jesus Christ, we will also live with him.

St. John Baptist De La Salle... Pray for us!
Live Jesus in our hearts... Forever!
Good Friday: Behold the wood of the Cross. Simon of Cyrene helps Jesus bear His cross.

Good Friday: Behold the wood of the Cross. Simon of Cyrene helps Jesus bear His cross. From Brothers Vocation Facebook Page
PHANTOM THEATRE SPRING PRODUCTION OF "IS HE DEAD?" WAS A GREAT SUCCESS!

PHANTOM THEATRE SPRING PRODUCTION OF "IS HE DEAD?" WAS A GREAT SUCCESS! Brother John would like to congratulate and thank the cast and crew, Mr. Walsh & Brother Roch, and all who had a hand in the success of our spring play, “Is He Dead?” Thank you for your hard work, and wonderful talent that made the 2 weeks of shows so enjoyable for so many. Thank you for a job well done!
PROM IS AROUND THE CORNER....

PROM IS AROUND THE CORNER.... All seniors and juniors wanting to go to Prom can now buy your Prom ticket from Mr. David, Senior Class Moderator in Room 202. Our Prom is set for Friday night, May 9th at the beautiful Castaways Banquet facility in the hills overlooking Burbank and the San Fernando Valley. A Prom ticket is $150 per couple and includes an unlimited soda bar, hot and cold appetizers, dinner for two, along with both dessert and a coffee bar.
MATH CLUB 30TH ANNUAL AWARDS CEREMONY

MATH CLUB 30TH ANNUAL AWARDS CEREMONY On April 15,2014, Tuesday, the Math Club will be holding its 30th annual Math Club Awards Ceremony in the gym at 3:00 pm. All award recipients as well as their parents received an invitation for this special event. It is a dress up day for all award recipients and presenters. We will start promptly after school at 3:00 pm on Tuesday, so be dressed up and ready to go in the gym for the Math club Awards Ceremony after school on Tuesday.
STUDENTS VISIT THE GETTY HOUSE AND LEARN ABOUT THE MAYORS PLANS

STUDENTS VISIT THE GETTY HOUSE AND LEARN ABOUT THE MAYORS PLANS Seniors David Delgado, Gerardo Henriquez, Rosalio Vidaurri, and Norman Zelada went to the Getty house and got to meet Los Angeles Mayor, Eric Garcetti, to learn about the Rhodes Scholar Fund. The mayor hopes to enable as many Latino students the opportunity to receive this life changing scholarship in the Los Angeles area.
CATHEDRAL ALUMNI ASSOCIATION PRESENTS: 12th Annual Comedy Night Featuring: Rudy Moreno

CATHEDRAL ALUMNI ASSOCIATION PRESENTS: 12th Annual Comedy Night  Featuring: Rudy Moreno & His Comedy All-Stars
Friday, April 25, 2014
8:30pm – 10:30pm
Steven’s Steak & Seafood House
5332 East Steven’s Place, City of Commerce – 323-723-9856
CLICK HERE FOR TICKET INFORMATION
JUNIORS! SAT and ACT registration deadlines coming up!

JUNIORS! SAT and ACT registration deadlines coming up! CLICK HERE FOR LINKS TO THE REGISTRATION PAGES
iPADS - FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTION (FAQ's)

iPADS - FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTION (FAQ's) CLICK HERE TO SEE FAQs ABOUT IPADS USED AT SCHOOL
CULTURAL FOOD DAY 2014 WAS A GREAT SUCCESS!

CULTURAL FOOD DAY 2014 WAS A GREAT SUCCESS! WE GREATLY APPRECIATE THE CONTRIBUTIONS BY SO MANY PEOPLE! SPECIAL THANKS TO MRS. AGUIRRE, MRS COLLIER AND MR. JAY FOR ORGANIZING THE DAY!
Cathedral Alumni from the Class of '85 Receives Congressional Badge of Bravery

Cathedral Alumni from the Class of '85 Receives Congressional Badge of Bravery Sheriff Deputy Daniel Reyes '85 received the Law Enforcement Congressional Badge of Bravery
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BLOOD DRIVE WAS A GREAT SUCCESS!

BLOOD DRIVE WAS A GREAT SUCCESS! 116 UNITES COLLECTED! GIVING THE GIFT OF LIFE!
Lasallian Youth making sandwiches for the homeless at lunch...

Lasallian Youth making sandwiches for the homeless at lunch...
Congratulations to Coach Art Lopez '93...

Congratulations to Coach Art Lopez '93... ...for being selected as one of the Winter Coaches of the Year from the Southern Section by the California Coaches Association!!!
Students from La Salle High School in Milwaukie, Oregon visit our campus...

Students from La Salle High School in Milwaukie, Oregon visit our campus... ...after their service project in Los Angeles. They rested from the service with a few of our Phantoms with dinner, tours and a prayer service. Falcons and Phantoms truly living up to our Lasallian Core Principles:
Faith in the Presence of God
Concern for the Poor and Social Justice
Respect for All Persons
Quality Education
Inclusive Community!
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