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Thanksgiving Message from President Fr. Kevin Storey, CSB

There is a guideline for priests that states that all priest should pray for a half-hour a day, unless, of course, they are really busy, in which case they should pray an hour! The implication being that the busier life gets, the greater the need for reflection to make sense of it. I would contend [...]

By | November 21st, 2017|Campus News|0 Comments

Eagle Football Falls in TAPPS Division I Playoffs

GAME 9 - Lions Stadium in Plano, TAPPS Division I Playoffs Eagle Football 0 Prestonwood Christian Academy 42 WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW An injury-devastated defense minus eight starters from the season-opening week was blistered for two touchdowns in the first six minutes of the game and the Eagles (3-6) never challenged in exiting the [...]

By | November 20th, 2017|Athletics, Campus News, Football|0 Comments

Eagle Strong Unites Memorable Auction & Golf Ball Raising More Than $600K

How do you measure strength, as in the capacity of Eagle Strong? Material strength, for example, can be defined as the ability to withstand an applied load without failure. Houston Strong emerged as the two-word qualifier applied to the willpower of millions in the surrounding city who strive every day, and will have to continue [...]

By | November 20th, 2017|Campus News|0 Comments

Robertson ’18 Adds to Surging Acting Career in HITS ‘Sweeney Todd’

To commemorate his 50th appearance in a quick stage career already smart, accomplished and occasionally quirky, Parker Robertson ‘18 decided to submerge into something convincingly cruel and deliciously sinister ... dripping in dark revenge, tragedy with heartbreak ... all threaded by horror and coal-black humor. Unrelenting grisliness. Just for giggles. Robertson stepped out front and [...]

By | November 20th, 2017|Campus News|0 Comments

Two-Time TAPPS All-State Meaney ’18 Punches Ticket with Longhorn Baseball

When Hurricane Harvey hit and hovered over Houston for days, a historic storm with an intensity and scope so enormous that weather forecasters, first responders, the victims, everyone really, couldn’t believe their eyes, Owen Meaney ‘18 discovered a large symbol of individual triumph in the midst of tumultuous disaster. Throughout August Meaney’s primo pitching prowess [...]

By | November 13th, 2017|Baseball|0 Comments

Eagle Football Falls in Regular-Season Finale, Travels to Open TAPPS Playoffs

GAME EIGHT - Parsley Field at Kubiak Stadium Eagle Football 14 St. Pius X 56 WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW Quarterback Peyton Matocha ‘19 passed to receiver Dylan Dixon ‘19 for one touchdown and dived in for another but the Eagles’ octane went empty in the second half to end the regular season with consecutive [...]

By | November 11th, 2017|Football|0 Comments

Matulia ’18 and Meaney ’18 Share November National Signing Day Stage

The St. Thomas M&M Boys were paired side by side for the November National Signing Day just as they were in the state championship spotlight five months before, pillars supporting the second St. Thomas title in four years, fourth in eight years and 24th in the program’s dynamic history. But this traditional all-in Wednesday was [...]

By | November 8th, 2017|Baseball, Campus News|0 Comments

Eagle Soccer – Looking Back to 2017, Ahead to 2018

HEAD COACH: Kenny Martin ‘01 7th year as head coach 17th year in the Eagle program Six TAPPS 5A district championships, 16 playoff seasons LOOKING BACK TO 2017 The Eagles built incrementally over three seasons for one of the program’s most dynamic campaigns in recent years, finishing 16-4-3, losing only two of their first 15 [...]

By | November 6th, 2017|Campus News, Soccer|0 Comments

Eagle Football Falls on Senior Night Heading into Regular-Season Finale

GAME SEVEN - Hotze Field inside Granger Stadium Tomball Concordia Lutheran 38 Eagle Football 31 WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW Quarterback Peyton Matocha ‘19 ran for two touchdowns and threw for a third but the Eagles (3-4) were outscored at home 24-10 after enjoying two early seven-point advantages to snap a three-game winning streak and [...]

By | November 4th, 2017|Campus News, Football|0 Comments

St. Thomas Alumni Association Gifts $50,000 to 4500Forever Finish Strong Capital Campaign

The St. Thomas Alumni Association has gifted the school with a $50,000 contribution to the 4500Forever Finish Strong capital campaign, the final fundraising initiative designed to complete the Joplin Campus expansion. Association Vice President Dominic Savarino ‘88 (Tuscan ‘19) made the formal announcement with St. Thomas Vice President for Advancement Mark deTranaltes ‘83 during the [...]

By | October 30th, 2017|Campus News|0 Comments