A Reflection from A Three Hearts Pilgrim

By Michael Sullivan, father of Benedict, 11th grade “Do you want to go on the Three Heart’s Pilgrimage?” my wife Kelly asked adding, “Miriam, Therese and Augustine want to go, and Benedict would love it if you did.” I briefly considered the thirty-five miles and wondered when was the last time I walked a mile … Continued

Christus Vincit

By Daniel and Christine Costanzo, Parents of Gabe, 12th Grade The Benedictine motto “ora et labora”, which has shaped the way of life at Saint Martin’s Academy, may require a slight alteration. I would suggest that a more appropriate motto for the Academy might be “ora et labora et FEAST!” Yes, Saint Martin’s has become … Continued

The Charity of Saint Martin: a Painting by Mr. James Langley

The following reflection was offered by Mr. James Langley, the artist responsible for the stunning 9X6 foot painting that now stands above our mantle in Theotokos Hall. Mr. Langley is the father of Raphael Langley, class of ’21. Reflection on a painting, by James Langley My image of the 4th century saint Martin of Tours … Continued

Seeking: Knight-Like Man

St. Martin’s Academy is looking to fill a House Father position for the 2020-2021 Academic Year. Check out the job description below to see if you might be the right fit. The House Father has an essential role at Saint Martin’s Academy.  He is, more or less, with the boys all day, every day.  As … Continued

Headmaster Whalen’s Parting Address to Students

Ladies and Gentlemen, Faculty and Staff of St. Martin’s, and each one of you students, I’d like to welcome you and thank you for being here for our final gathering of the year.  It’s very good to see all of you though I regret, no doubt as do all of you, that we are unable … Continued