Cabrini High School in Allen Park, MI

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Schedules Are Not Complete! You will be notified when they are. Please do not send emails with changes until the schedules are finalized. Thank you!
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The Third Annual Cabrini High School/Team USA softball camp held at Cabrini High School on Tuesday was very successful! Over 100 girls were in attendance. The camp was run by one of Cabrini High School's alumni, Amanda Chidester, who graduated in 2008. Amanda was very involved with sports while at Cabrini High. Amanda went on to the University of Michigan where she continued to play softball. Amanda Chidester is now a member of Team USA! We are very lucky to have her bring her talents back to Cabrini and share them with the youth each year! ... See MoreSee Less

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Paula Wulff SteeleIt was awesome!1 week ago

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The Friends of Cabrini is selling memorial bricks to be placed at the new outdoor entrance to the athletic fields.
Along with other renovations taking place at Cabrini High School’s athletic complex, the new entry is being remodeled to include a paved walkway. We are offering a limited opportunity to purchase custom engraved pavers. Participation in this project, sponsored by Friends of Cabrini, will create a lasting memory for you or a loved one. Each paver can be custom engraved with important names, events, alumni, clubs, associations or businesses.
Proceeds from each brick will be used for the renovation of the athletic fields. The renovation project is scheduled to begin June 2015 and continue until completion of the project.
4” x 8” Paver – $100.00 Donation (tax-deductible)
To order one or more pavers, please fill out one (1) form for each.
Pavers will be placed in random order.
For further information, contact us or email

For more information see the following link:
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Rae Wojtala Tallyjust ordered a brick in my parent's name ... they put me,my brothers and sister through 12 years of great education at Cabrini. what a nice way to thank them and Cabrini!1 week ago   ·  3

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We are so proud of Laura (Sweeney) Tahmouch who was honored by Madonna University for her successes since graduating from there in 2010! Laura graduated from Cabrini High School in 2007. When Laura attended Cabrini she was very involved in sports and extracurricular activities. Congratulations Laura! ... See MoreSee Less

Alumni Spotlight: Laura (Sweeney) Tahmouch '10 (journalism and public relations) has thrived in the ...

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Sue PrettyCongrats, Laura. Sounds like a fun job, too.1 week ago
Karen KolbExcellent! So glad to hear...1 week ago

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This weekend, the Youth Ministry Committee sends
forth the first group of Young Neighbors in Action participants
to Cleveland, and because the parish has been so
supportive of their efforts to make the trip, they have one
more simple request: Your prayers.
Pray that these young teens, and their adult leaders,
witness Christ in themselves and the people they serve
while sharing their faith, talents and compassion with the
Cleveland community: Shannon Carr, Reyna Duran, Alexandria
Foy, Alyssa Geschke, Madison Grauer, Anjoli
Konja, Rachel Pauline, Paul Ranspach IV, Morgan
Schultz, Madison Sukel, Nathan Valerius and (adult
leaders) Tim Kozlo, Paula Morrisette and Matthew Valerius.

There are more than 90 youth and adults who are taking part in YNIA (high school) and Just5Days (middle school) this summer. Both programs are sponsored by the Center for Ministry Development, bringing together teens from across the country to help churches, social agencies and organizations. This could mean sprucing up properties inside and out or caring for children, veterans and senior citizens. Each week of service is a unique

In the coming weeks, three more groups will leave for
Buffalo, NY, and St. Joseph, MI.
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Judy Tuttle, Lia Rodriguez Eberth and 18 others like this

Amy RanspachMy son paul is in Cleveland and doesn't want to come home. He is having a blast while serving people in need in the area. How great is that!1 week ago   ·  3
Sue Rourkeprayers are there :)2 weeks ago

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