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Christian Unity lived out in many ways at Scecina

Greetings from Scecina! 

Today (Friday, Jan. 18) is the opening day of the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity, a week that promotes the bonds of love, forgiveness, and unity.

As I reflect on the meaning of this week as it relates to our Catholic high school, Scecina, I think of: 

  • Our students and teachers traveling this weekend to Washington, D. C.,  to participate in the annual March for Life. Their belief in the sanctity and unity of life from conception until natural death is a powerful witness. 

  • Students from diverse cultures and backgrounds attending Scecina and participating together in academic classrooms, co-curricular activities, interscholastic athletics, and service projects 

  • Scecina faculty and staff who share their personal gifts, stories, and knowledge to help our students become the best possible versions of themselves 

  • East Deanery pastors, principals, teachers, and school and parish staff members who work with us at Scecina to prepare young people for life 

  • Parents, who, as their children’s first and primary teachers, unify with Scecina staff to provide the guidance and resources that young people need •The many and generous Scecina financial donors and volunteers who make all that we do possible so that Scecina can be one of the strongest community anchors and assets on the Eastside of Indianapolis. 

During this Week of Prayer for Christian Unity, thank you for your prayers and participation that unify people at Scecina and through Scecina! 

Sincerely yours, 

Joe Therber