Message from the Principal’s Office

Dear Parents,

Please join the Cathedral family for two events to honor and remember Mario McCullough on Thursday, April 2.  At 2:00 p.m., we will be hosting a virtual prayer service. Students, Father Godecker, Mrs. Charlene Witka, and Mrs. Jean Smith will lead us in prayer to pray for Mario and his family. Please go to

We also invite you to join us for a Moving Memorial for Mario McCullough. Please drive up the hill between 4:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. Feel free to briefly stop in front of Mario’s picture and jersey, which will be on a table in the roundabout. Take time to say a prayer, then proceed safely down the hill. Cathedral educators will be standing by with baskets for anyone who would like to drop off a card for Mario’s family. We ask that no one exits their car, please. Our hope is this Moving Memorial allows Mario’s friends an opportunity to pay their respects in a safe environment.

For those who would like to support Mario’s family with their funeral and burial expenses, please direct your gifts to the Cathedral High School Angel Fund – The Angel Fund was established in line with Cathedral’s Holy Cross Values of Family and Hope to allow community members an opportunity to give monetary contributions to support some of the various financial needs that our students and families might encounter. Some of these costs may include but are not limited to mission trip costs, iPad/technology fees, retreat fees, food service balances, or emergencies that arise, such as home displacement, illness, and death expenses.

Also, a meal train has been set-up to provide daily meals to keep the family nourished during this difficult time. “Contact-free” delivery is available by using the cooler at the front door. The family is also open to having meals delivered from restaurants or local caterers who are delivering at this time.  On behalf of Cathedral, I thank you for the wonderful support you have offered this family!


e-Learning off the hill next week…

Monday, April 6 – Day 7 

Tuesday, April 7 – Day 1 

Wednesday, April 8 – Holy Cross Day 

Thursday, April 9 – Day 2, 8:50 start time 

Friday, April 10 – Good Friday, No School  

*** Upon return from Spring Break, we will be altering our schedule to better serve our teachers and students! Click HERE to see an overall schedule for our remainder e-Learning days. 

E-Learning Schedule

In order to serve our students and teachers best, some minor changes have been made to our e-Learning schedule. Below you’ll see a modified schedule that we think accomplishes two main goals: One, it keeps a similar pattern for students to stay on a consistent, familiar schedule. And two, it builds in a day each week (Holy Cross Days) with no new learning, so students and teachers can catch their breath and spend time with family. Read More

E-Learning Days

Click HERE to see an overall schedule for our remaining e-Learning days. Read More


Help with Breakfast/Lunch

Cathedral remains committed to supporting our families that need assistance with food during this time. Read More

Help with Internet Access

Comcast “Internet Essentials” Free for Eligible Families — Effective Monday, March 16, 2020, Comcast is offering two months free to new Internet Essentials customers in response to recent and anticipated emergency measures associated with the Coronavirus (COVID-19). Read More

From the Library

Please know your library’s FREE digital resources and your librarians are available throughout the E-Learning month. Read More

Tips to Navigate the Days Ahead

It is natural that our students feel some anxiety and/or depression during this time. Below are some helpful resources and tips on how students can manage these feelings during this challenging time. Read More

Athletic Physicals for 2020-2021

Pre-Participation athletic physicals will be conducted in the Welch Activity Center on Monday, June 1, 2020. Read More

Help Support Local Restaurants

Cathedral has been blessed by the support of local restaurants when requesting donations for ShamrAuction, and now it’s our turn to give back to these generous partners. Read More

Irish Spring Virtual Art Show

We were disappointed to cancel the Irish Spring Virtual Art Show.  So, instead we will offer it virtually!  Welcome to our Irish Spring Virtual Art Exhibition! A Spring celebration of our Cathedral artists! Enjoy!

Math League Season Wrap-up

The 2019-2020 Indiana Math League season was cut short by school closures, but we want to celebrate our “leaderboard” anyway! Read More

Cathedral Podcast – Views From the Hill

Senior Tommy Wood and Junior Jake Langdon have created the first Cathedral podcast which will feature Cathedral educators, administrators, coaches and alumni! Read More
Rob Bridges joins Tommy and Jake for episode 1 on “Views From The Hill”
Go Irish!

2019/2020 Important Dates

View the Academic Schedule for 2019 – 2020 for more dates.

2020/2021 Calendar

We have finalized the 2020/2021 calendar. Click this link to view important dates in our academic schedule. Read More

Amazon Smile

You shop, Amazon gives! Read More

Kroger Community Rewards

Cathedral can benefit every time you shop at Kroger! Read More

Happenings in Our Schools, Parishes, and Community Organizations

Cathedral loves to support our schools, parishes, and community organizations.  See what’s happening in our area below. 

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