Thoughts and Musings - Ken R. Rasp

  • Thoughts and Musings by Ken Rasp - Fund-a-Need 2019 - 04142019

    With two weeks to go, preparations are ramping up for Rainbow Auction 2019. Living up to the long and storied tradition of previous Rainbow Auctions, it will be an incredible evening filled with opportunities for those in attendance to raise their glass and their paddle to benefit Muskegon Catholic Central. All are invited to attend.   Read More...

  • Thoughts and Musings by Ken Rasp - Mission Trip - 04072019

    Before sharing my reflections on a wonderful Mission Trip experience, I would like to begin with a prayer.Father God, you created each of us in your image and likeness. In doing this, you provided a sense of dignity and self-worth in each of us that allows us to strive to be the best person that we can be. The true measure of this is our willingness to step out and live the two greatest commandments Jesus gave us - to live in a genuine relationship with a loving God and to love our neighbor.   Read More...

  • How Amazing! - 03242019

    Friday night I walked down to the Nugent Auditorium after a fun night selling take-out orders for the Fish Fry to catch the first few minutes of Newsies. I walked into the auditorium and Mrs. Robinson asked me if I was up to welcoming the audience and beginning the show with a prayer.   Read More...

  • Reflection on Leadership at MCC

    Guten Morgen! My hope and prayer are that all Crusader families are having a Blessed and wonderful weekend. What a wonderful day it was yesterday.   Read More...

  • MCC as Family - 02172019

    I am a lucky man! God’s plan for me had me either attending Catholic schools or working at Catholic schools. Since my parents enrolled me at St.   Read More...

  • What an Important Week - 01102019

    I have entitled this  “What an Important Week!” for a variety of reasons.I pray that this will be the first week in several that we will have NO weather-related school closings. I say that realizing that the forecast is showing the possibility for wintery conditions at the beginning of the week. The weather the past several weeks has almost created a new norm for us.   Read More...

  • Sunday - Feb 3, 2019

    It is early on Sunday morning and I find myself reflecting back about a week lost to the weather and looking forward to being back in session tomorrow morning. My guess is that all - students, parents, faculty and staff - are ready to jump back into the semester after a week off. I know that after spending Thursday and Friday in a very quiet building, I am ready for the noise and activity that fills the building when we are in session.   Read More...

  • Working from Home due to a Snow Day

    Writing this blog has been on my to-do list for several years. Due to the recurrent hazardous weather conditions, I am going to work from home today and decided that today was the day to begin. Well, here goes! What a crazy few weeks for me!At the nth hour, I agreed to serve as a chaperone on the March for Life Pilgrimage.   Read More...

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