• Growing in Faith

    By Maria Siap, Director of Campus Ministry

    As Catholics, we see the tradition of spiritual retreat in the ministry of Jesus (Luke 4:1-13, Mark 6:31), and we seek to provide spiritual formation of our students in His image. Retreats provide students with the opportunity to learn about and grow their faith through prayer, reflection and fellowship. ...Read More


  • Class of 2016 celebrates Mass with archbishop

    By Beth Murphy

    Scecina’s seniors carried on an Indiana church tradition when they attended the Annual Archdiocesan High School Senior Mass, celebrated by the Most Reverend Joseph W. Tobin, the archbishop of Indianapolis.

    SS. Peter and Paul Cathedral in Downtown Indianapolis was full of the young people from Indianapolis’ Catholic high schools’ Class of 2016 singing and celebrating the Eucharist and their faith. The Mass ...Read More.

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  • Vocations panel shares experiences with students

    By Beth Murphy

    Scecina Memorial High School recently hosted a vocations panel to introduce elementary and high school students to real people in our community who are happy, energetic and making a difference in their different vocations.

    The idea grew out of the Eastside Catholic Schools Partnership (ECSP) as a way to help students understand that God calls us to specific vocations and how we discern that call. In vocation discernment, a person listens to hear God’s call to priesthood, consecrated religious life, marriage or a sacred single life.

    “The experience was a great way for students to see smart, caring and funny people share examples of how their vocations bring them joy in daily life,” said Scecina President Joe Therber. “Doing so as an Eastside Catholic school community illustrates that we can do so much more for our students together rather than by acting alone.”...Read More.

     

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Maria Siap
Director of Campus Ministry
(317) 356-6377

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msiap@scecina.org

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"Scecina has helped me to discover my personal faith by providing me with a safe, encouraging environment."

Olivia Belles '12