Magic Numbers || Cavan Biggio ’13 and Jeff McCurry ’88 Celebrate Rarefied Retirement Salute

There is one road that will always remain the same. It’s familiar. It’s comfortable. And its destination is somewhere they never quite left. For former Eagles, distant and near, it’s the road home, their home at 4500 Memorial. For Toronto Blue Jay Cavan Biggio ‘13 and former MLB pitcher Jeff McCurry ‘88, the return was [...]

By |2024-01-30T12:47:22-06:00January 27th, 2024|Alumni, Athletics, Baseball, Campus News|0 Comments

Following God’s Plan || Evan Psencik ‘05 Leading Catholic Education in North Austin

Evan Psencik ‘05 is divinely driven by the strength of his Catholic faith. And just as readily relates to the Yiddish adage “Mann tracht, un Gott lacht.” Translation - “Man plans, and God laughs.” The dynamic first-year principal at St. Dominic Savio High School in burgeoning north Austin required much more than superior credentials, a [...]

By |2024-02-14T12:48:46-06:00January 27th, 2024|Alumni, Campus News, Academics|0 Comments

Slices Of Heaven || Dusty Dworak ’13 Flipping San Antonio Pizza World Upside Down

You gotta be cool and comfortable with a new-wave, old-school, no-thrills, seatless South San Antonio pizza joint with two employees and a phone. The curiosity is warranted because the fare is ab fab, all a neighborhood spot should be: friendly, deviating from drab and decidedly delicious, dedicated to straightforward, select ingredients while paying homage to [...]

By |2024-02-07T11:47:42-06:00January 24th, 2024|Alumni, Baseball, Campus News|0 Comments

Century Unlimited || Celebrating Thunderous Life of Jackie Burke ’40

He was an eternal Eagle icon and golfing immortal. He was the oldest living Masters Champion and staged the greatest final-day comeback ever at Augusta National. He was a member of the World Golf Hall of Fame while contributing to the game’s rich tapestry with a fashion and flare rarely seen and never duplicated. He [...]

By |2024-01-30T13:05:48-06:00January 19th, 2024|Alumni, Campus News|0 Comments

Rise And Fire || Former Rocket Matt Maloney Gives Boost to Eagle Basketball

Jerome Llorens was only days into the preseason preps for his first go-round with Eagle Basketball. An inspiring supporting presence surprisingly arrived as swiftly as a quicksilver release and splash from deep distance. The additional coaching voice was unexpected as well as welcomed to accelerate the program’s progress. One-time Houston Rocket shooting assassin Matt Maloney [...]

Nourishing Body And Soul || Eagle Scholars Continue St. Thomas Legacy of Social Activism

St. Thomas theology faculty member Danny Hernandez ‘08 has built his career and philanthropy around the principles of social justice, community service, and entrepreneurial spirit.  He mentors emphasizing those same ideals to Eagle scholars who want to make a better world and find solutions to important issues. Hernandez consistently searches for off-campus components to support discussion [...]

By |2024-02-12T16:43:07-06:00January 16th, 2024|Academics, Alumni, Student Life, Campus News|1 Comment

Lasting Legacy || Celebrating Champions for Basilian Education

In the final days of 2023, the St. Thomas Family celebrated the exceptional lives of three champions for Basilian education and devout members of Houston’s Catholic community. Michael John Cemo ‘63 1945-2023 An esteemed member of the prestigious Hall of Honor. An acclaimed and dynamic leader in Houston’s financial industry for more than three decades. [...]

By |2024-01-17T15:22:03-06:00January 9th, 2024|Campus News|0 Comments

Acts Of Faith || Mother/Son Mass Shares in Celebrating Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary

The St. Thomas campus community was blessed to celebrate its annual Mother/Son Mass honoring the Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary.  The feast vividly shows the beauty, coherence, awe, and wisdom of God’s plan, that life is in His providential hands. The morning liturgy with President Fr. James Murphy, [...]

By |2024-01-17T15:18:17-06:00December 8th, 2023|Campus News|0 Comments

Donte’s Inferno || Celebrated Dual-Sport Student-Athlete Earns Acclaim from Touchdown Club of Houston

In an era of boundless offensive football where stratospheric exploits are seemingly redefined every week, dazzling dual-sport, dual-threat Donte Lewis ‘24 has cemented a staggering standard to measure future St. Thomas sporting achievement. His rollicking record-smashing two-year quarterbacking career was charged with electrifying Friday night lights. He tested limits and expanded the imagination. And the [...]

GAMEDAY CENTRAL || Colossal Cardenas ’24 Erupts and Undefeated State No. 1 Private Eagle Football Moves to State Championship Stage

GAMEDAY CENTRAL TAPPS DIVISION I STATE SEMIFINALS - HOTZE FIELD INSIDE GRANGER STADIUM Plano Prestonwood Christian Academy 62 Eagle Football 73 WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW Majestic running back Johann Cardenas ‘24 (verbal Vanderbilt) bolted and jolted, barreled and bullied for one of the colossal single performances in the history of Eagle Athletics - a [...]

By |2023-11-30T12:40:27-06:00November 25th, 2023|Alumni, Athletics, Football, Campus News|0 Comments
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