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St. Paul’s High School is pleased to announce Ms. Anne and Mr. Paul '81 Mahon as the 2019 Ignatian Challenge Award recipients. In accepting this award, Anne and Paul emphasize the importance of St. Paul’s providing tuition assistance for students who would otherwise not be able to attend the school due to financial constraints. Recognizing how the proceeds from the Tribute Dinner go exclusively to support the school’s bursary fund, they are pleased to lend their names to this worthy endeavor.
St. Paul’s High School President Kevin Booth '78 offers this reflection, “James 2:26 reads, ‘For just as the body without the spirit is dead, so also faith without works is dead.’ Anne and Paul are people of deep faith who have put that faith into action through their work and in the community.” READ MORE
Make a difference in the lives of students at St. Paul's High School and join us in celebrating the example of community leadership provided by this year's honouree.
The proceeds of the annual Tribute Dinner support the bursary program, an essential aspect of a Jesuit education, ensuring accessibility to all qualified applicants.
Your support of the annual Tribute Dinner is essential for us to meet our challenge of not turning away any qualified student for financial reasons.
Please contact Mr. Randy Van de Mosselaer '86, (204) 831-2332, to purchase tickets or to become a sponsor of the 2019 Ignatian Challenge Award Tribute Dinner.
St. Paul's initiated the Ignatian Challenge Awards in 1994 in order to recognize individuals within our community who embrace the ideals of St. Ignatius Loyola and who reflect the characteristics and qualities inherent in a Jesuit education at St. Paul's High School. Award recipients, through their leadership and commitment to service, become examples for our students of a lived faith and philosophy of becoming men and women for others. The award is bestowed annually at the St. Paul's High School Ignatian Challenge Award Tribute Dinner.