The Marist Magazine is a publication of Marist Catholic High School. It is published three times a year — typically in October, February and July. It is a magazine for the entire Marist/St. Francis/St. Mary's community, past and present and future, which includes alumni, parents, students, staff and friends. In each issue we strive to capture the heart of Marist and share that with you the stories that keep our community strong and centered on our Christian mission to educate, shape and form strong Christian leaders.
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Be Kind to One Another Because We Are One: William Loveall ’18 shares his amazing story of how he came to be a Spartan. Love Through the Ages: High school romances live on. Service Like Air: Retiring after 34 years of being a civil servant, Pete Kerns ’79 starts a new chapter. It’s All About the Kids: The calm, compassionate care of athletic trainer Mari (Pittman) Gibson ’90. Embraced by The Spirit: A reflection by Dr. Rick Martin including a brief history of the Marist Encounter. Pragmatism, Passion and Providence: CJ Hainley ’04 navigates his musical and engineering journey. Take 5: Jon Nuxoll.
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50 Years and Counting: A Simple Recipe: Br. Dan Grogan recounts the hard work, good memories and strong community he experienced in Eugene; A Competitor’s Heart: How track & field shaped Emily Gillespie '06; Styles Change, Missions Endure: Katie (Heidenreich) Lytle '49 looks back at Catholic education; A Marist Family: The Hutchinson’s service spans the past and embraces the future; Take 5: Amanda Ewing '10; 2016-17 Donor Report.