Daily Prayer

Today’s Prayer:

Lord Jesus, you were once a student like me.  You studied God’s law, the history of your people and a trade by which to earn a living.  You lived in a human family, made steady progress in understanding and yearned to discover your vocation in life.  Open my mind to the truth of things, make me humble before the awesome mysteries of the universe, make me proud to be a human being and a child of God and give me courage to live my life in the light of your gospel. Amen. 

Thought Of The Day:

Dear Lord, how we’ve waited for this vacation, and now it’s finally here.  Thank You, Lord, for the opportunity to take a break from our daily routines and to replenish our minds, bodies and souls so they we may better serve You.  Sometimes our expectations for vacations are unrealistic,, and we find ourselves disappointed when things don’t go our way.  Help us not to worry about having the ‘perfect’ vacation but to relax and enjoy every moment, whatever it may bring.  We are grateful for the joys that await us-whether they be the beauty of your creation, recreation with family or friends, or peace and solitude.  Watch over us and protect us as we travel, and brings us safely home again-refreshed and renewed.  Amen-- 

Year of Faith

San Diego Brush Fire Update

San Diego Fire Update: 
CCHS Closed on Friday, May 16

Dear CCHS Family,

CCHS will be closed tomorrow in cooperation with the public school districts affected by the fire. In addition, all CIF sports are cancelled for tomorrow and there will be no practices. At this point school will resume as normalon Monday. I appreciate your cooperation. I know some communities and CCHS families are still facing challenges from the fires and the heat. Therefore, it is best to wait until all areas are safe. 

We still plan to have the senior trip to Knott's Berry Farm on Saturday and the Spring Awards Ceremony on Sunday. However, we will update again tomorrow and on Saturday if anything changes. 

May God watch over everyone and keep our community and our firefighters and members of law enforcement safe. 

God bless,

Mike Deely