Students will be dismissed at 12:15pm on Wednesday, April 12. Classes will resume on Monday, April 24. Students will return in their spring uniforms.
The John Carroll Society Annual Dinner Awards are presented to distinguished Catholics in recognition of lifetime achievement, public service, outstanding leadership, and commitment to their faith. Our awardees reflect the vision of faith exemplified by Archbishop John Carroll, spiritual leader and patriot of colonial times. As citizens and as believers dedicated to the common good of our society, they champion his example by living their faith fully at home, at work, and in their communities.
This year, the Annual Dinner is May 6th. For more information and to register, click here.
With the celebration of each Rose Mass, the John Carroll Society continues a tradition begun in 1992. Named the "Rose Mass," it takes place annually on the fourth Sunday of Lent ("Laetare Sunday"), a Sunday when the vestments worn by the celebrant are rose-colored. The rose has also come to symbolize "life," whose precious care is entrusted to the healing professions.
The 2017 Rose Mass is Sunday, March 26th. Click here to register.
Join the John Carroll Society, in conjunction with Catholic Charities, in preparing and serving dinner to homeless men and women of Washington, D.C., on March 22, 2017.
Building off of our work with the "Cup of Joe" breakfast program, we will work at Catholic Charities to prepare and serve the organization's weekly dinner. Catholic Charities will provide the food.
We need to have our volunteers in place by 4:30 PM, start serving at 5:00 PM, and then take down and put away the equipment (set up and take down should take about 15 minutes each).
Please plan to join us for this year's TOTALLY AWESOME Gala and Auction, as we REWIND it BACK TO THE 8os! Click HERE for more information and to purchase tickets.
April 9 - 11:00am
All high school students are encouraged to attend - spread the word
Assembled at the Fall Retreat at Mt. St. Mary's Seminary are Msgr. Vaghi (JCS Chaplain), Chris Mitchell (Chair, JCS Religious Life and Spirituality Committee), Tom Loughney (JCS President), Msgr. Andrew Baker (Retreat Director, and Rector of Mount St. Mary's Seminary), and Michael Nardotti (JCS Fall Retreat Chair).
Attendees of the 2016 pilgrimage to New York City enjoyed a presentation at the Sheen Center by Cardinal Timothy Dolan and others on the "Saints of New York," including a discussion of Dorothy Day, Pierre Toussaint and Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen.
The leadership of the John Carroll Society poses for a picture at their annual retreat at Georgetown Prep.
Enjoying the annual Top of the Town event are Michael Huston (Vice Chair, Top of the Town Committee), Msgr. Peter J. Vaghi (JCS Chaplain), Judge Brett Kavanaugh (JCS member and featured speaker), and Dr. Thomas Loughney (JCS President).