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Santa Shop : Feehans Spirit of Giving

Santa Shop : Feehan’s Spirit of Giving

Annalise Karamas, Staff Writer January 5, 2023

  Despite the rain; laughter, cheer, and the spirit of giving were all present on Holcott Drive this year. Students donated over 3,000 presents, bringing in a total of over 150 clients....

La Salette Night

La Salette Night

Grace Muliero, Co-Editor/Staff Writer January 5, 2023

  La Salette Shrine in Attleboro is home to many things, but the tradition most well known to Feehan students is their Christmas lights. The day before Santa Shop, juniors and seniors...

Christmas Traditions of the World

Christmas Traditions of the World

Oceana Duffy, Staff Writer January 5, 2023

            Japan     While the United States sits down to enjoy a turkey dinner with family, Japan takes a different approach– Kentucky Fried Chicken....

Poem of the Month : “Music on Christmas Morning” By Anne Bronte

Poem of the Month : “Music on Christmas Morning” By Anne Bronte

Maeve Cronin, Staff Writer December 28, 2022

The poem of the month is “Music on Christmas Morning” by Anne Brontë. Brontë writes about the power of music and its healing abilities for those in grief. She also talks about the joy she finds in...

This image depicts the many Thanksgiving baskets that the Bishop Feehan community worked to arrange and send out to families in need.
Credit: @bishopfeehanhs Instagram Account

Thanksgiving Baskets

Kate DeVincent and Alexandra Burns December 1, 2022

Every year, the students of Bishop Feehan High School contribute to a school-wide service project in which they collect money and donate food to give many families in need a beautiful Thanksgiving dinner....

Candy corn

The Great Candy Corn Debate

Valerie Capalbo October 27, 2022

With the start of October, the age-old debate on candy corn re-emerges once again. These yellow and orange triangles are the source of a lot of controversy, and it seems as though people either love them...

Cinco de Mayo - How the Day Lives On

Cinco de Mayo – How the Day Lives On

Victoria Parent June 1, 2022

      In 2022, a beautiful story of a Cinco de Mayo celebration that embodies the true spirit of the holiday comes from Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Here, the annual Cinco de Mayo festival hugely incorporated...

Easter

Easter

Abigail Violett May 4, 2022

Easter is a holiday commonly associated with a fluffy bunny that leaves behind a trail of jellybeans, but as we know, the Easter season is a very important and holy time for Christians. Not only is the...

St. Patricks Day

St. Patrick’s Day

Abigail Violett March 30, 2022

St. Patrick’s Day is a time of celebration, festive food, and lots of green. The namesake of this holiday is St. Patrick who is the patron saint of Ireland. St. Patrick was alive during the fifth century...

Learning About Lunar New Year

Learning About Lunar New Year

Annalise Karamas and Grace Muliero March 3, 2022

Lunar New Year, also called the Spring Festival, is a holiday celebrated by a multitude of Asian countries. People gather to celebrate for fifteen days, from the new moon until the full moon. Each country...

Groundhog Day

Groundhog Day

Karianna Cabral March 3, 2022

Every February 2nd, the groundhog emerges from his burrow to see if his shadow is there.  This tradition started back in 1887.  If his shadow is shown, it means winter will last six more weeks, but if...

Happy Valentines Day

Valentine’s Day

Abigail Violett March 3, 2022

Oftentimes, Valentine’s Day is associated with chocolates, flowers, and  little pastel candy hearts. However, the meaning of Valentine’s Day runs deeper than just giving gifts. Valentine’s Day...

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