• 2018 Father Tom Service Award: Bill Bevan '63

    Bill Bevan has been around Scecina longer than most people. Current students know him mainly as the substitute teacher with the dry wit and sarcastic humor. They may not realize his long history with the school.

    On Oct. 24, Scecina President Joe Therber presented the Father Tom Service Award to Mr. Bevan for his long service and commitment to Scecina. This award is given to a person who places a high degree of importance on Scecina Memorial High School and who has “given that little extra” through the years, as inspired by Father Thomas Scecina, the school’s namesake....Read More

  • Scecina alumnus gives Sept. 11 homily: 'It’s a day for healing and it’s a day our country remembers'

    On Sept. 11, 2018, Scecina Memorial High School hosted Mass to commemorate the 911 events with the Emerald Society of Indianapolis and officials of the Indianapolis Fire Department. Father John McCaslin, Scecina Class of 1985, officiated at the Mass and Deacon Gary Blackwell of the Class of 1978 gave the homily. Father McCaslin is pastor of St. Simon the Apostle Catholic Church. Deacon Blackwell serves at Holy Name of Jesus Catholic Church. 

    Here is the full message delivered by Deacon Blackwell, who also is an Indianapolis firefighter: ...Read More

  • Father Beever's homily: Jesus satisfies the hungry heart

    By Beth Murphy, Director of Marketing Communications 

    Father Carlton Beever celebrated Scecina’s weekly Mass on April 18 with the students and staff. Father Beever is the pastor at St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Indianapolis. 

    The Gospel reading for the day was John 6:35-40. Father Beever, reflecting on the Gospel in his homily, noted how we humans spend a lot of time thinking about food  and how Jesus satisfies an eternal hunger ... Read More

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Amy Noser, Director of Campus Ministry 
Amy Noser
 Director of Campus Ministry
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"Scecina has helped me to discover my personal faith by providing me with a safe, encouraging environment."

Olivia Belles '12