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  • Ash Wednesday..................................................................Feb. 26
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Walking a Spiritual Path

Walking a Spiritual Path

ECHO Staff

March 13, 2020

"Walking a labyrinth is a very old spiritual practice of meditative prayer," Trinity theology teacher Mr. Scott Holzknecht wrote. "The labyrinth is only a few miles from Trinity and is a replica of one on the floor of a cathedral in France." Holzknecht took his classes on one-block field trips to the labyrinth on Mar....

Debate Team Rocks at State Tournament

Debate Team Rocks at State Tournament

ECHO Staff

March 13, 2020

Members of the Trinity Debate Team competed in the Kentucky High School Speech League State Tournament, hosted at the University of Louisville Mar. 11-12. The Rocks claimed a number of top honors at the 100th KHSSL state tourney: Senior Walker Evans placed third in Congressional Debate -- sophomore ...

Classes Tour JCTC, Attend Spalding Showcase

Classes Tour JCTC, Attend Spalding Showcase

ECHO Staff

March 11, 2020

Juniors taught by Trinity teachers Mrs. Betsy Darby and Mr. Mitch Greenwell, in conjunction with the College Counseling Department, toured the technical campus at Jefferson Community Technical College and attended the Spalding University Showcase on Mar. 6. Darby said the event was designed to help...

Trinity Junior Wins Live Programming at RoboRumble

Trinity Junior Wins Live Programming at RoboRumble

ECHO Staff

March 10, 2020

Trinity junior Egan Bohne' captured first place in the Live Programming event at the  Kentucky Derby Festival RoboRumble, held Mar. 7.   The RoboRumble featured five different competitive events: RCX, SumoBot, Sphero, Robotics Use, and Live Programming. Bohne' entered the Live Programming even...

Trinity’s ‘Crazy for You’ Opens Mar. 11

Trinity’s ‘Crazy for You’ Opens Mar. 11

ECHO Staff

March 9, 2020

Coming off packed houses for the fall production of "The Three Musketeers," Trinity's Department of Theatre Arts will present the romantic comedy musical "Crazy for You."  Seven 7 p.m. performances open on Mar. 11 and continue on Mar. 12, 17, 18, 19, 20 and 21.  Three 2 p.m. performances take place on Ma...

Romero’s Lee Tops in House Ping Pong Tournament

Romero’s Lee Tops in House Ping Pong Tournament

ECHO Staff

February 28, 2020

After two days of exciting contests, Romero House member Justin Lee defeated all opponents on his way to becoming House Ping Pong Tournament champion.  Matches, coordinated by House and Activities Director Mr. Adam Klein and Mr. Joseph Chittissery Mathai, were held Feb. 24-25 in the Convocation Hall...

Archbishop Celebrates Start of Lenten Season with Shamrocks

Archbishop Celebrates Start of Lenten Season with Shamrocks

ECHO Staff

February 28, 2020

A day after Ash Wednesday and the start of the Lenten season, the Most Reverend Joseph E. Kurtz, D.D., Archbishop of Louisville presided at a schoolwide Mass. Concelebrants at the Mass, held in Steinhauser Gymnasium, were Rev. David Zettel '58, Trinity Chaplain; Rev. Brandon DeToma '00, Associate P...

Lent Begins with Distribution of Ashes

Lent Begins with Distribution of Ashes

ECHO Staff

February 26, 2020

"For you are dust, and to dust you shall return."  -- Genesis 3:19 As a reminder of our mortality, the beginning of Lent, and preparation for Easter, ashes were distributed during first block this morning. Lent, a time for prayer and repentance, lasts for the next 40 days, until Palm Sunday begins ...

Classroom Phone Usage Disconnected

Alex Herman, Staff Reporter

February 21, 2020

It isn’t uncommon to see students sneak looks at their phones while claiming they’re “doing work” or “checking PowerSchool." In reality, many are sending out Snapchats to save their streaks and trying to get past the level in the game that’s giving them so much trouble. While phones have beco...

A Golden Celebration for 50 Years of Shamrock Caring

A Golden Celebration for 50 Years of Shamrock Caring

ECHO Staff

February 20, 2020

A celebration of 50 years at Trinity, complete with cake and congratulations.  Almost as quietly as she has gone about the business of caring for those in Flaget House on Trinity's campus for the past half century, a celebration held this morning at 10 a.m. recognized Ms. Liz Pool's 50 years as hous...

Trip to Tanzania and Ministry Leaves Lasting Memories

Trip to Tanzania and Ministry Leaves Lasting Memories

Preston Romanov, Editor in Chief

February 18, 2020

The name Tanzania might conjure images of  elephants, lions, leopards, buffaloes and rhinos. There is, however, much more to this diverse eastern African country located on the coast of the Indian Ocean. Despite 67.9 percent of the population living below the poverty line, a hopeful spirit reigns. F...

World Language Students Learn About South Africa and LEGOs in Denmark

World Language Students Learn About South Africa and LEGOs in Denmark

Preston Romanov, Editor in Chief

February 13, 2020

Two guests from Bellarmine University, one in the cultural exchange program and the other a participant in a study abroad internship, spoke with Trinity world language students about their experiences.  The presentation was organized by World Language Department teachers Mr. Carlos Cuenca and Mr. Jorge Se...

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