List of 5 news stories.

  • Chapter 36 Goes Into the Archives

    A look back at Prep history… this time as far as the 40s, and with a several current personalities pictured in younger days. Read about the entire Archives Project here... or dive right in to the latest chapter here [scroll down below the photos for context and history]
  • Pirates Hockey Scores First Win

    Nick Schneider, Severyn Khomyak, Owen Waivada, Matt Smith and Will Underwood scored a goal apiece, with Schneider, Jack Laferiere (2), Chris McUntyre, Max Toomey, and Waivada providing assists to nail down SHP’s first hockey win of the season, against Pope John XXIII. Demetrios Koularmanis stopped 22 of 24 shots in the 5-2 victory Monday afternoon at Codey Arena. [view the photos]
  • December's Kairos 86.47 Returns Refreshed

    The second Kairos Retreat of the year, 86.47, returned Friday afternoon from the Leibenzel Retreat Center in Long Valley following three days of prayer and reflection. They were led on their spiritual journey by Retreat Programs Director Billy Ward and Campus Ministry Director Sharon Rondinella. Supporting the 50 retreatants in their efforts were Prep school counselor Mark Vitale ‘10, teachers Larry Kupferman, Rev. John Brandi ‘72, Mary Sorgi and Gisella Schanil, along with Prep Chaplains Frs. James White and Bogumil Misiuk ’08. Introducing the student discussions and leading the break-out sessions were Senior Leaders  Anthony Bottino, Liam Cavanaugh, Michael DeStefano, Christian Hui, Gaetano Maiorano, Louis Scafidi, Oliver Sweeney and Avelino Viera. 
         Kairos returned to center stage in the building of the Prep Experience in late October following a 20 month hiatus due to Covid-19 protocols. The renewed enthusiasm for participation in the retreat accounts for the expansion of the program to provide a total of five retreats this school year.  [view the photos]
    [read about Kairos 86.46 in October, link to the photos]
  • Thanksgiving Turkey Trot: Back in 2021 !

    While many things have been longed-for during the last two years, one of the “most-missed” made its reappearance on Thanksgiving morning last Thursday. The 24th Thanksgiving Day Turkey Trot came back to life as we try to get past Covid-19, as close to 200 Prep family, friends and alumni gathered in the Bayley-Seton Auditorium for Mass, celebrated by Prep Chaplain Fr. Bogumil Misiuk ’08, assisted by President Msgr. Michael Kelly, Msgr. Edward Bradley and Chaplain Fr. James White; and then on to the Kelly Athletic Complex for a 5K (for the running enthusiasts) or an hour’s walk (for those with less lofty fitness goals). The Prep’s Fathers Club again provided refreshments for the attendees at the Tony Esposito Jr. ’07 Pirates Cove.  • In a reminder of the event's long tradition, Class of 2021 alumnus Nate Cannizzo ran the 5K in the T-shirt originally worn in the inaugural 1998 event by his father, Matt Cannizzo '90, former SHP Director of Institutional Advancement and now Regional Development Officer for Notre Dame. • The event followed by only a few days the passing of former Fathers Club President, and father and grandfather of more than a dozen Prep alumni, Neil McNulty. To commemorate his decades of support and service to the SHP Community, Msgr. Kelly announced that the event has been renamed the Neil McNulty Thanksgiving Day Turkey Trot. 
    [view the photos]
  • Thanksgiving Prayer Service— Recounting Our Blessings

    Last Tuesday, before heading out to the Thanksgiving Break, Seton Hall Prep students and faculty gathered in a pair of assemblies for a Prayer Service to celebrate the many blessings enjoyed by the school and for a reminder of the call to share those blessings among the marginalized and less fortunate. Presider was Language Department member Carolyn Sanchez and the Keynote Speaker was Theology teacher Mary Sorgi. Readings from Isaiah and St. Matthew brought to mind the call to “feed the hungry, clothe the naked, comfort the ill, shelter the oppressed.” Student-led prayers and the lighting of candles marked the affirmation of the principles of Catholic Social Teaching, accompanied by songs led by Music Ministry. • Student readers at the junior-senior service were Matt Devlin, Oliver Sweeney, Avelino Veira, Jordan Mensah-Boateng, Chris Hui, Zach Levy and Connor McGahan. At the freshman-sophomore service- Michael Finn, Timothy Rauschenberger, Daniel Ariza, Christopher Duff, Vaughn Gallagher, Michael Clark and Jack Donnelly. [view the photos]
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