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Month: February 2021

In Memoriam ~ Edwina Dehler, mother of Leo Dehler ’66

      Edwina Rose (Winnie) Dehler Mother of Leo Dehler ’66 St. Joseph – Private Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Wednesday, February 24, 2021 at St. Joseph’s Catholic Church in St. Joseph for Edwina Rose (Winnie) Dehler, age 97, of St. Joseph. Winnie passed away peacefully, surrounded by […]

From the Head of School: Our Lenten Journey

A Lenten Journey Journey is an oft-used metaphor to describe Lent, no doubt because the season spans a total of 46 days and provides ample time for thoughtful spiritual and personal reflection. The dictionary defines journey as both a noun – like a trip – and a verb – an act of traveling. I much prefer […]

In Memoriam ~ John James Radde ’61

John James Radde ’61 Brother of Fred Radde ’66 and Thomas Radde ’71 John James Radde passed away at Emerald Crest of Victoria on Sunday, February 7, 2021 at the age of 77. He was born at Nagel Hospital in Waconia, MN on April 15, 1943 to Fred W. and Helen A. (Picker) Radde, Jr. […]

SJP Senior Named National Merit Finalist

Saint John’s Prep’s Alton Mies ’21 Recognized by NMS Collegeville, MN:  Saint John’s Prep Senior Alton Mies, son of Susan and Jeff Mies of Cold Spring, MN is a finalist in the National Merit Scholarship Program. Alton is the brother of Regan ’18 and Anson ’22. As a finalist, Alton is now one of 15,000 […]

In Memoriam ~ Ardell “Casey” Vilandre ’50

Ardell Arthur “Casey” Vilandre ’50 Ardell Arthur “Casey” Vilandre, 88, of Fountain Hills passed away peacefully at home on Feb. 12, 2021. Casey was born in Grand Forks, N.D., on April 18, 1932, the only child of Arthur Napoleon and Alice (D’Heilly) Vilandre. He attended St. Michael’s Catholic Grade School in Grand Forks, and St. […]

Our Role in a Complex World- Commentary from Jon McGee

Our Role in a Complex World “Before any action we take, we must remember to move forward with love.” Martin Luther King, Jr. All of us likely would acknowledge that we live in remarkably complicated times. But our students – all born since the turn of the century – have known only remarkably complicated times, […]