Calling all former students of St. John Academy, St. Agnes Academy, Ladywood School, Ladywood-St. Agnes School, the Benedictine School of Our Lady of Grace Academy and the Franciscan St. Mary’s Academy to reunite on

Sunday, November 5, 2017

2017 Reunion Information

(all times are Indiana time)

Celebrating Our Legacy is the theme for the 11th annual Indianapolis All-Women’s Catholic High Schools Mass at St. Mary Catholic Church, located at 317 N. New Jersey St., Indianapolis. A luncheon will follow at the Rathskellar.

10:30 a.m. – Mass

11:45 a.m. – Luncheon at the Rathskellar, 401 E. Michigan St., Indianapolis

Registration: Cost is $25 and all checks should be made payable to All Girls School. All reservations must be made in advance.

Deadline to register is October 15, 2017

Although the registration form is not available yet, check back frequently for a downloadable version.

For more information, contact Sue Dillane Powell by mail at 12676 Treaty Line, Carmel, Ind., 46032 or email her at powell0626@msn.com.

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Connie Gualano is the alumnae/i relations manager for the Sisters of Providence. You may contact her at 812-535-2811 or by email at cgualano@spsmw.org.

History of Indianapolis All-Girls Catholic High Schools Association

Alumnae of the four former all-girls Sisters of Providence academies, as well as two academies taught by other orders, come together for fun and friendship with the Indianapolis All-Girls Catholic High Schools organization.

The association includes the SP schools of St. John’s Academy, St. Agnes Academy, Ladywood School, Ladywood-St. Agnes School, the Benedictine school of Our Lady of Grace Academy and the Franciscan St. Mary’s Academy.

“Indianapolis area academies are celebrating our legacy by honoring the orders of sisters who taught us,” Janet Schnorr Tosick, a 1962 graduate of St. Agnes Academy explained. “Since 2003, we have contributed to the continued good works of the Sisters of Providence, the Franscicans and the Benedictines who taught us.”

The association’s mission is “to resume and preserve friendships with former classmates, to recognize the religious orders that educated us, and to gather at an annual mass and luncheon which celebrates our Catholic heritage.