Trinity Forever. Two words that echo the foundation that Trinity was built upon. Although the physical appearance of the school has changed, many Shamrock students have come and gone, new faculty members have been introduced, as Father Zettel reminds us, “Some things just never change.”
Friday, Aug. 23, the Trinity community stopped their daily routines to gather together for Opening Mass. In front of Trinity students, faculty members, friends and families, Opening Mass symbolizes the catholic character that Trinity High School treasures and emphasizes in all aspects of what we do.
Principal Dan Zoeller’s annual address encouraged every student to make an effort to simply care for one another. As Dr. Zoeller spoke of his summer readings, he urged Trinity students to love one another by doing simple acts of kindness, sitting with somebody at lunch, or inviting someone to join a club with you, for these acts of kindness will inspire others to pass it along. He talked of how these gestures of caring and compassion will leave a legacy at Trinity that is truly FOREVER.
Senior Will Kempf ’20 took the stage next to reveal the senior class theme and poster. Trinity Forever. A short, yet powerful, reminder to his fellow Trinity classmates that their actions will leave an indelible, lasting mark on Trinity, so make it count! As the seniors were dismissed, despite the rain, each member of the Class of 2020, in a now iconic tradition, touched the Trinity sculpture on the Rotunda Plaza, officially putting their stamp on the 2019-20 school year.