All posts by Isabella Filipi

Isabella is a sophomore at IHM School.

A Catholic College In The Midst Of A Secular World

The roots of education are bitter, but its fruits are sweet,” said Aristotle. Individuals who are ambitious, put effort into their work, and are truly interested in learning understand the meaning of this quote. The hard work, time, money, and every day sacrifices put into everything concerning their education is truly worth it when they come to a deeper and clearer understanding of the challenging concepts of ancient philosophers and theologians, by brilliant men of today, and most importantly of the true faith of the Catholic Church. But where is there a school that encourages its students and drives them to discover truth? Continue reading A Catholic College In The Midst Of A Secular World

Featured Business: Troy Power Sports

In New England, the winters are long and the summers are short. Every winter brings inches to feet of white powdery snow which covers miles and miles of land. And when spring time comes around, the snow melts giving this time of year the title “mud season.” So it should not take anyone by surprise how rapturous New Englanders can be about snowmobiles and four wheelers because in this region it is their form of entertainment. Continue reading Featured Business: Troy Power Sports

Sister Maria Philomena Addresses ‘Hatred, Ambition, Salvation’ in Light of Fatima

This past weekend at the Saint Benedict Center’s (SBC) 20th annual conference, Sister Maria Philomena, M.I.C.M., gave a speech entitled “Hatred, Ambition, Salvation” based off the theme of the conference “A Worldview in the Light of Fatima.” In order to inspire the audience positively to love Our Lady more than before and to encourage them to see her Immaculate Heart as a mother who cares for them personally, Sister focused her talk on Our Lady’s apparitions to Sister Lucy of Fatima, especially the apparition of 1944. Continue reading Sister Maria Philomena Addresses ‘Hatred, Ambition, Salvation’ in Light of Fatima