Today the church celebrates the feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe, patroness of the Americas. She has inspired millions of conversions to Catholicism in Mexico and has strengthened the faith of so many all across the Americas. May her faithfulness be an example for us to follow. Let us pray … In the name of the Father, and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit. O God, Father of mercies, who placed your people under the singular protection of your Son's most holy Mother, grant that all who invoke the Blessed Virgin of Guadalupe, may seek with ever more lively faith the progress of peoples in the ways of justice and of peace. Through our Lord Jesus Christ, your Son, who lives and reigns with you in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, for ever and ever. Amen
Thought Of The Day:
O Wisdom,Come to teach me the way of truth.
O Lord of Israel,Come to redeem me with an outstretched arm.
O Root of Jesse,Come to bring me new life; do not delay.
O Key of David,Come to open my prison doors and set me free.
O Radiant Dawn,Come to bring light to the darkness in my life.
O King of all Nations,Come to save me and give me peace.
O God-With-UsStay with me and send me forth in your name.
- O Antiphons, Adapted God bless you and keep you and your family safe today.father kelly
Cunningham Family Donations
On March,17, 2013, Alisa, Taylor, Jayden & Logan Cunningham were driving home when their minivan was hit by another car coming from the wrong direction on State Route 52. They were taken to Sharp Memorial and Rady's Children's Hospitals where they are now being treated and recovering.
PRESS STATEMENT CATHEDRAL CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL
Friday, March 22, 2013
San Diego, CA - The Cathedral Catholic community would like to thank everyone for their overwhelming support of Coach Will Cunningham and family. The well wishes have been pouring in all week; everyone from students, parents, and alumni, to rival schools and even members of the general San Diego Community.
As of Friday, March 22, 2013:
Taylor briefly opened her eyes this morning. There is still a long way to go in her recovery, but this is a great start! Alisa has been moved out of ICU and was upgraded to start rehab. Logan is making progress with her walking and Jayden is adjusting to her neck halo.
Will and Dallas are plugging away taking care of all of the girls and any business that needs to be taken care of!
The account for donations is being set up this morning so I hope to update soon with the link.
THANK YOU all for your texts, notes, cards, pictures, LOVE, support, healing thoughts and PRAYERS! It is MUCH appreciated! Make sure to keep it going we still have a ways to go!
God Bless you,
The Cathedral Catholic Community
Tuesday, March 19, 2013
The Cathedral Catholic community would like to thank everyone for their overwhelming support of Coach Will Cunningham and family. The well wishes have been pouring in for the past 36 hours; everyone from students, parents, and alumni, to rival schools and even members of the general San Diego Community.
On Tuesday, Cathedral Catholic High School held a campus Mass where prayers were offered for the Cunningham family at our St.Joseph’s Liturgy. St. Joseph is the Patron Saint of Cathedral Catholic High School, A Patron Saint of fathers. Director of Communications at CCHS, Kimberly King said,”The St.Joseph’s Liturgy Mass was in place already, for March 19th, The Feast of St.Joseph. What better way for the Cathedral Catholic community to come together in prayer for this distraught father, Coach Cunningham, than on this St. Joseph’s Liturgy Mass, all prayers were offered toward the Cunningham family.”
There were about 2000 people in attendance at today’s Mass, including members of their rival varsity basketball team at St.Augustine’s High School.
Cathedral Catholic will continue to keep you informed of conditions of the Cunningham family, as information becomes available. Please check with Rady’s Children’s Hospital and Sharp Hospital for further information.
At this time, we'd like to thank you for your support and continue to request your continued prayers of support for the Cunningham family.
The following CaringBridge site has been created to update the community on the status of the Cunningham Family.
Doctors are asking for no visitors at this time so the family can have time to rest and focus. We will let our community know if they can help in any way.
Updates will also be posted on CCHS Facebook and Twitter.