Sang-Won Bahng '11 is currently a freshman
chemical engineering major at the University
Nebraska. He was drafted
into the Korean military and will be serving in August 2012. "You're
doing it for your country and paying back what your country has offered
you," said Bang.
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year's junior class retreat was focused on service. It was held at the Pro Sanctity
Center located north of Elkhorn. The retreat was
presented by Jessie an Apostolic Oblate and Jeff a college student who shared
his conversion journey.
began with the celebration of the Eucharist and was followed by presentations,
projects and participation in some service work around the grounds. Lunch was
served by a generous group of junior class mothers who prepared a variety of
delicious dishes. More Photos
clouds and drizzle the Youth Rally and Fall Festival were a success. Because of
the cool temperatures and rain, the Youth Rally was moved from the parking lot
into the gym on Saturday afternoon. The gathering saw young people from many
locales in eastern Nebraska
gather at the Mount for fun and to strengthen and renew their faith.
Festival saw plenty of clouds and drizzle in the morning, but by 2:00 pm the
sky began to clear and the sun soon warmed a growing crowd, that had been slow
to arrive up to that point.
to everyone who attended the events and the sponsors and friends of Mount Michael
who worked so hard to make them a success.
The senior class recently
completed a one day retreat at Boys
Town. After starting the
day with Mass the class participated in the ropes course. The course is
designed to challenge individuals in their personal development and team
building. Lunch was provided by senior moms. Father Gregory Congote and Father
Daniel Lenz from Mount
Michael accompanied the
class. More Photos