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Benedictine High School News
A Week in Review ~ Nov 2, 2018
The Feast of All Saints
On Thursday, November 1st, we gathered together in our Abbey to celebrate the Feast of All Saints. Thank you to Rt. Rev. Elias Lorenzo, OSB of St. Mary’s Abbey from Morristown, NJ for presiding over the Mass.
Leaders in the Community
Seniors Jay'Sean Bacchus, John Bufford, and Jerrell Scott helped mentor students from The I ntergenerational School in Cleveland.
NASA Glenn Manufacturing Day 2018
NASA Glenn hosted Manufacturing Day 2018 with fifteen students in the Benedictine High School Engineering program attending, along with Mr. Rob Ryan and Mrs. Yvonne Schiffer. NASA Glenn Research Center in Cleveland opened their doors to students to raise awareness of manufacturing careers and to inspire the next generation of manufacturers.

Benedictine Tradition Continues
Ball State and the University of Toledo played each other on Halloween night. It featured three former Men of Benedictine. (left to right)
Michael Lacey ‘18, TJ Beltavski ‘16, and LaMarr Davis ‘15
Unmatched Brotherhood
On Saturday, October 27th, three Bengal alum and their oldest sons traveled to East Lansing, Michigan to watch Michigan State take on Purdue.
Bob Matousek ‘98 with son Jake; Rob Stircula ‘97 with son Carter;
Justin Layne ‘16, MSU; Gene Mruczkowski ‘98, Purdue alum, with son Andrew
Special Memorial Mass
You're cordially invited to our special Memorial Mass on Sunday, November 4th, 2018 at 11am at St. Andrew Abbey in honor of All Souls Day.

During this Mass, we will honor loved ones, alumni and friends of Benedictine High School and St. Andrew Abbey who entered eternal life during this past year. After Mass, a small reception with coffee, juice and pastries will be available in the Abbey Parlor. 

To RSVP, please contact Debbie First at  first@cbhs.edu  or 216-421-2080 ext. 156 by Thursday, November 1st. We hope you can join us!

Steps to Becoming a Man of Benedictine
Congratulations To Our Newest Members