Perhaps you see them--young men in blue blazers streaming through Ohio City, over the Detroit-Superior Bridge and through downtown Cleveland. Every year new students at Saint Ignatius High School make the 2-mile walk from campus to the Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist as part of the annual celebration of the Mass of the Holy Spirit. The Mass of the Holy Spirit is a longstanding tradition at Jesuit schools across the globe that kicks off a new school year, and for decades freshmen have made the journey to the cathedral on foot, guided by faculty and staff. This year, Fr. Ray Guiao, S.J. '82 was affirmed by the Midwest province of the Society of Jesus as President of Saint Ignatius, and 28 new faculty and staff were commissioned by Most Rev. Richard Lennon, Bishop of the Diocese of Cleveland.
You can catch a first-person video of the march to downtown and highlights from the Mass by CLICKING HERE.
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