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Bakhita House

St. Josephine Bakhita: Josephine Margaret Bakhita (ca. 1869 – February 8, 1947) was a Sudanese-Italian Canossian religious sister who lived in Italy for 45 years, after having been a slave in Sudan. In 2000 she was declared a saint by the Catholic Church. She is venerated as a modern African saint and as a statement against the brutal history of slavery. She has been adopted as the patron saint of Sudan and of human trafficking survivors.

Head of House: Mr. Haffey and Mrs. Trakas

Middle School Households

  • The Crusaders (Mrs. Chesery & Mr. Perham)
  • The Noble Squires (Mr. Artistizabel & Mrs. Hicks)

High School Households

  • The Order of the Golden Spurs (Mr. Assinesi & Dr. Kriegel)
  • The House of the Numinous Knaves (Mr. Gabor & Mrs. Russell)
  • The Chivalrous Paladins (Mr. Carr & Mrs. Weathers)

Mass & Confession Schedule

Our relationship with Jesus Christ is developed as a free response to His love for us. One concrete and irreplaceable way of encountering Him is through the sacraments of the Catholic Church, which are made available to the students and staff on a frequent basis.

All Masses are also open to parents.

Monday: MS Mass: 10:40 AM; HS Confessions: 11:30 AM
Tuesday: MS Confessions: 10:40 AM; HS Mass: 11:30 AM
Wednesday: All-School Mass: 10:25 AM
Thursday: Rosary: 3:30 PM
Friday: Confessions after school: 3:00 PM