On June 12, Canucks president Trevor Linden surprised St. Paul School principal Mrs. Moorehead at a special assembly organized by the outgoing grade 7 class and their teacher Mrs. Espinosa.
As part of the assembly, the talented grade 7 students performed “Trevor”, a parody of Bruno Mars’ hit song “Treasure”.
Kudos to singers Anna, Sophia, Sharlene, and Renai for crushing the song. As well, to Eldric, Matthew, Joshua, and Mr. Kelly for the great instrumentation.
Thanks to Mrs. Dela Rosa for the footage.
Lastly, a big thanks to the Canucks organization, Trevor Linden, and FIN for making the morning so memorable.
While Archbishop Michael has a lot of serious responsibilities, I’m blessed to see his lighter side in working with him on a regular basis.
Thus, I was thrilled when he agreed to face off with me in a Bad Joke Telling contest.
See who prevails in this ultimate showdown.
It’s usually earned and it’s rarely given freely.
I’ve been blessed to speak to 4 different audiences in the past week: an elementary school leadership day, a Confirmation retreat, a grade 11 retreat, and a Reverence 4 Life mini-conference. While it has made for a couple of late nights (both in preparation and catching up on work), it has certainly been worth it. Continue reading Trust
“Do not neglect to do good and to share what you have, for such sacrifices are pleasing to God.” (Hebrews 13:16)
Ask someone what he might be doing for Lent, and you’ll likely get responses along the lines of: “I’m giving up Facebook” or “I’m giving up eating chocolate.”
Granted, these may be noble notions on their own, but people – young and old – often get too caught up in what they might be “giving up” for Lent instead of why they are doing it.
Continue reading Making the Most out of Lent