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  • Giving We Receive: The paradox of being generous

     
    President Joe Therber

    Can generosity be learned? Yes, according to Notre Dame professor Christian Smith. Smith is co-author of the book “The Paradox of Generosity: Giving We Receive, Grasping We Lose.” Smith's research shows that the influences around us -- our parents, our religious institutions, our social networks -- greatly influence whether we become generous givers. Generosity comes to mind now, while we are in the midst of our annual Campus Crusade....Read More

     

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  • Scecina's student band rocks on all over Indy

    By Cari Gallagher

    The Scecina Rock Band is making waves throughout Indy. The band, moderated by music teacher Donnie Glowinski, recently performed at the 500 Festival Mini Marathon and Geist Half Marathon, and is scheduled to play at the Little Flower and Holy Spirit parish festivals  this summer. ...Read More

  • Scecina partners with community leaders on Emerson Streetscape project

    By Cari Gallagher

    Scecina Memorial High School President Joe Therber, Community Health Network leaders, Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard and several other Eastside community leaders stood together on May 20 to cut the ribbon on a project that significantly improves a busy Emerson Avenue from 16th Street to 21st Street. The $2.1 million initiative was funded in part by Community Health Network, the City of Indianapolis and the State of Indiana. ...Read More

  • Scecina musicians serve up Sunday of pops

    By Cari Gallagher

    On Sunday, May 17, the Crusader Community came together to enjoy the Scecina Spring Concert, a musical showcase featuring 138 student performers. The theme of the concert was “Scecina Pops,” and featured many well-known songs from today, along with toe-tapping classics that appealed to audience members of all ages. ...Read More

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