We wish all of our students, their families and friends a blessed and safe summer time.
Take time to claim your strength;
they are gifts of God.
Take time to have fun;
it’s God’s way of teaching you your strengths.
Take time to grow yourself;
only you can grow you.
Take time to trust yourself;
God trusts you.
Take time to be self-reliant;
it is better than being dependent.
Take time to share with others;
they will bless you, and you will bless them.
Take time to have hope,
you are a child of God.
Let’s put ourselves into the hands of the Lord,
and pray that God will bless us and our families
during the wonderful months of summer.
May we all help make our home a place of relaxation,
joy, love, peace and safety.
May we be generous and considerate,
not thinking only about ourselves,
but helping others enjoy the blessings of a summertime.
Lord God, Creator of all things,
guide our steps and strengthen our hearts,
during these months of summer and vacation days.
Grant us refreshment of mind and body.
We ask this through Christ our Lord.
If you would like to see more photos of our graduation 2013, the baccalaureate Mass, or you just want to get an idea about our ‘daily life at LCHS’, please check out our Lumen Christi Facebook. There you will find impromptu announcements and information of planned events. It’s worth a look!
Sadly Lumen Teachers and Staff need to say good-bye to Principal Sorci, Mrs. Looney, Ms. Mitchell, Mr. Dyer, and Mr. Krepel. We have enjoyed our colleagues’ contributions to our community and we valued their time and dedication and ‘colleagueship’ and we wish them a blessed new beginning wherever God’s path may lead them.
Trust in the Lord with all thine heart
and lean not unto thine own understanding.
In all thy ways acknowledge Him,
and He shall direct they paths.
Some parting words from Principal Sorci
Thank you for making my time here at Lumen Christi the best two years that I have spent as a high school principal. I will be returning to the lower 48 to be closer to my children and grandchildren as well as my two older brothers who are in Assisted Care living. I will always hold a special place in my heart for Lumen Christi, the Archdiocese of Anchorage and St. Benedict Parish.
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