Marist hockey raises more than $11,000 for the fight against pediatric cancer
Congrats to the athletes, parents, and coaches!
Students find community in the mission to protect life
Br. Hank reflects on more than a half century of Marist Chicago
I couldn't be happier with my high school decision not only because it was 4 of the best years of my life, but because it led me to where I am today.
“The coaches prepared these guys to challenge themselves, to push for accountability, to overcome adversity, and to be consistent.”
“I’ve got one warrior on the team and that’s a freshman goalie,” then coach McPartlin said in a newspaper interview after a big win.
“My parents provided us with core principles that are rock solid,” he said. “Marist refined and solidified this foundation, which is ground in faith."
“I believe that a Catholic education grounds you to the reality of life,” Tim said.
“I am honored to receive the Time and Eternity Award…mostly because of the people that have received the award before me,” Steve said.
“I have benefited greatly from their kindness and friendship for more than 30 years. My sincere appreciation will last through ‘Time and Eternity’..."
“The Marist Brothers and lay faculty instilled in us a sense of honesty, integrity, work ethic, and spirituality that has shaped who I am today.”
“Marist provides students with an excellent education in a competitive environment that prepares them for the next steps in life.”
“Catholic education places an emphasis on giving and helping others,” Sean explained. “There is another level I see in Catholic educators."