Q & A!
Q: How many years have you been a Saint Philip student?
Q: Any memorable quote, saying, phrase or greeting from a past or present SPS teacher, administrator or staff member?
A: “We are children of the light.” – Father Ryan
Q: If a classmate or teacher were to describe you to someone, what do you think they would say?
A: I think they would say that I am smart, caring, compassionate, friendly, self-less, a good athlete, and religious.
Q: If you could take over anyone’s job at SPS, whose would it be and why?
A: Mr. Kline’s because I would want to share our Faith with the young children.
Q: What is your favorite SPS memory?
A: I was in 7th grade and it was at a home basketball game. I got fouled and I made my first free throw. It was the first time I had ever made a free throw during a basketball game. I missed the second one, but that didn’t matter to me because I was just so happy that I made the first one!
Q: If you were to return to Saint Philip in 10 years, what would you hope hadn’t changed?
A: The religion program and First Friday Mass
Q: If you had to be stranded on a deserted island for the next four years, but all human needs-such as food and water-were taken care of, what two things would you want to have with you?
A: Holy water and a priest.
Q: What is the most purposeful ‘Cardinal Lesson’ you have learned over the years?
A: Our mission statement; Teach Truth, Build Community, and Inspire Service. This has taught me how to live as a true Catholic and a good person.
Q: Who have been the three most influential people in your life thus far?
A: My parents, Father Frank, and my best friend Josh Kline.
Q: Talk about how your time as a Cardinal has impacted your faith walk.
A: During my time as a Cardinal, I have grown tremendously in my knowledge of the Catholic faith. I have become an altar server, started working as a sacristan, and have learned so much in religion class.