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October 31, 2017

Immaculate Heart of Mary School is offering a course on journalistic writing for the 2017-2018 school year. This is the first year that such a course is offered at IHM.

Brother André Marie is teaching the course as this year’s required High School English subject. He explains that the class will focus on the written part of journalism, not on graphic design, layout, or any elements of broadcast journalism, although, he says, the disciplines of information gathering and good writing learned in this class would carry into broadcast journalism.

There are two reasons the class came to be offered this year, according to Brother André and other IHM School Administrators. Given the size of IHM, several of the High School subjects, including English, are offered to the entire High School on a four-y...

June 19, 2014

      Good afternoon, Reverend Fathers, Brothers, Sisters, Ladies, and Gentlemen. It is my task to welcome you to this year’s commencement exercises.

     It is a tradition here at IHM School that our graduation ceremonies are not very long and drawn out. Being a traditionalist and loath ever to change things — especially good things — I shall do my part to retain our customary brevity.

     The fourth-century Bishop of Barcelona and Father of the Church, Saint Pacian, famously wrote these words in his first Epistle to Sympronian: Christianus mihi nomen est, catholicus vero cognomen — “Christian is my name; Catholic is my surname.” (“Surname,” is the equivalent to our “family name,” or “last name.”) In the context, Saint Pacian was defending the use of the...

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