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Returning to Haiti

Meghan Murphy Returning to Haiti brings back many nostalgic feelings. Things are exactly the same as they were on my first trip. Landscapes, tap-taps, and markets all remain exactly as I remembered them. Most of all, the kids at LBS were the same lively, energetic, and loving kids that I remembered. The second I walk outside to see them, they come running. Fifteen hands fighting to hold my hands and arms. Their faces lighting up […]

By |Wednesday, June 17, 2015|Alumni Blogs|0 Comments

Archbishop Curley student, Gerard Whalen, explains the fundraising activity for lent

This article was originally posted on the Archbishop Curley High School Facebook page and shared by The Mortel Family Charitable Foundation. The student body, faculty and staff celebrated Ash Wednesday with a service and distribution of ashes at the end of the day. Junior Gerard Whalen then explained his summer experience and the FYM Lenten Project.

By |Wednesday, May 27, 2015|Alumni Blogs|0 Comments
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Alumni Host “Fitzerdash” to Benefit Mortel Foundation

By: Diego Henriquez-Garcia Northwestern University Class of 2016 The brothers of Sigma Chi Fraternity, Omega Chapter at Northwestern University hosted the first ever “Fitzerdash!” to benefit the Mortel Family Foundation. Named after Northwestern’s football coach, Pat Fitzgerald (or Fitz), the event consisted of a tailgate themed obstacle course.

By |Thursday, January 30, 2014|Alumni Blogs|0 Comments
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Haiti and US Alumni – Building community!

By: Rachel Barron On July 21, I had the pleasure of sitting in on a meeting of alumni from Good Samaritans School. The meeting was the first of many for an Alumni group of former Good Samaritans students who are now attending James Stine College. These James Stine students are some of the very first to enter the Good Samaritans School as kindergartners when it opened in 2001 and have worked hard to succeed in […]

By |Wednesday, August 21, 2013|Alumni Blogs|0 Comments
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Dèyè mòn gen mòn.

See how one trip to Haiti has influenced the path of this alumni’s life Dèyè mòn gen mòn. I remember those words sticking with me ever since I left St. Marc, Haiti, over two years ago. I will never forget those days playing alongside Haitian children in the school grounds and seeing them smile as I attempted to use whatever I remembered from my high school French classes. I still retain those memories of volunteering […]

By |Friday, March 22, 2013|Alumni Blogs|0 Comments
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