Benedictine faculty and students unfortunately received the news that beloved band instructor, Timothy MacLeod, passed away early on January 18.
There are many times in life where you may feel alone and disconnected from God, but the Rosary offers a great way for BCP students and its community to come together and pray in unity.
On Friday January 21, the quarter will end and, in turn, so will the semester. While many are excited for the semester to end as it means they are just a little closer to summer, those same students are rushing to turn in any missing assignments to raise their grades up ever so slightly.
The BCP basketball team is scheduled to play the Wolves Friday, January 14, at the McMurtrie-Reynolds Pavilion.
On Saturday, January 8, the Benedictine Cadet wrestling team competed in the first annual East Coast Catholic Classic (ECCC). The Cadets were a part of 11 teams competing in the tournament including Delbarton School from Morristown, New Jersey-the number one ranked team in New Jersey and fourth in the nation, according to Rokfin.com.
On January 14, during halftime of the John Paul the Great vs Benedictine basketball game, Coach Ryan will present the state championship rings to the players who were on the 2021 state championship team.
The Benedictine Cadets took their midterm exams during the holidays leading right up until Christmas, hosting them from December 15 to December 20, with extra days for makeup on December 21 and 22 and January 3.
The Doorways provide a feeling of comfort for those who need to be near the hospital but not far from home. Thanks to the strong support from volunteers working alongside them allows the residents to be fed every day. One of these many impactful helpers was a group of young Cadets and their Mothers.
Led by coaches Eric Goode, John Alley and Kevin Coley, the BCP track squad is preparing for its first upcoming meets. The team has had a few strange seasons in the recent past, with COVID-19 closing in and shortening seasons, lack of participants and a busy coaching squad, the track team took a blow.
Benedictine made its mark on the gridiron this year, and a dozen of its players have been recognized for their contribution to the team's success, earning all-state recognition.
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