Daily Bulletin

Daily Bulletin

January 30, 2014    Thursday                                                                                                            D Day


Liturgy Schedule tomorrow for a special assembly—no Encore.


Interested in being baptized?  If you have never been baptized, this year might be the opportunity God is giving you to think about this great celebration. During the last few years the Vianney family has welcomed +9 people into the Catholic Church. Every year during the season of Lent students and adults who are interested, prepare for this sacrament that is celebrated during Easter. If you are interested, please arrange a time to see Father Tim. 


Griffin Theatre will present THE COMPLEAT WORKS OF WLLM SHAKESPEARE (ABRIDGED) this Thursday thru Sunday. The Compleat Works features six actors performing all 37 of Shakespeare’s plays their way. Their current production is full of fun, puns, audience involvement, bad jokes, a lot of stage props, and oh yeah, some Shakespearean plots and characters. See the large poster in the commons or visit the website for more information.


Attention Griffins, the Vianney auction is only a few weeks away and we still have volunteer opportunities for runners, spotters, and waiters. If you are looking for activity points or service hours, now is your chance. Stop by the Advancement Office in the Marianist Lobby to sign up!


2014 Vianney In-Line Hockey Tryouts hosted by Vianney Hockey Club Wednesday, 2/5/2014, 4:30 pm to 6:00 pm at All American Rink ;  Interested players please contact Mike Zahoran at 314-604-3333 or zahoran@sbcglobal.net


Tennis News:  There will be a short tennis meeting today after school in room 302.


Congratulations to 15 Vianney art students whose artwork is displayed in South County Mall Feb. 2--8: Mike Albes, Andy Barnes, Kyle Bennett, Pat Berger, Ben Dombrowski, Joe Galen, Drew Hayden, Mat Jones, Jack Kemper, Joe Kilper,  Devon Krassinger, Clayton Roth, Marc Scheipeter, James Sly, Austin Tapella. Their works are part of the Archdiocesan Art Exhibit of Grade School and High School work. 


The Nottingham Longhorns were able to survive a four quarter scoring barrage by the Griffins as they upended the Griffs 59-56.  In addition to playing basketball, the Vianney team also had the opportunity to spend time in a classroom and have lunch with the Nottingham students.  A hearty thanks to all who represented Vianney in proud fashion.


ALL VARSITY LACROSSE PLAYERS:  Pre-Season conditioning continues today starting in the weight room at 3:00.  This is required of all players trying out for Varsity who are not in a winter sport, but is open to all levels.