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By: Nicholas Jamerson, Student Writer

On September 14th, at 7:30 A.M., Vincit Christus had their first meeting of the year starting in the Chapel and then moving into Mr. Gardner’s room. There they announced the new Varsity Catholic app which is a new app that will bring together the technology with the traditions of the faith  

“The app is going to marry what we do with the technology that the kids are used to using, which allows them to live their faith in the modern age,” said Mr. Jeff Gardner.

The app contains athlete testimonies and prayer challenges. It is to help students to grow in their faith and to inspire them to pray more often.

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Senior Camin Wilcox shared her favorite Varsity Catholic app with Vincit Christus’ members after Adoration in order to help the students have quick access to all things Varsity Catholic. The app includes: Mass times for the area, daily scripture verses to meditate, and much more. Photo by: Kristin Jacobsen

“It provides information to help better understand the faith,” said Sophomore Alie Carlisle, “because it brings our traditions together with the modern age.”

The next Vincit Christus meeting will be next month October 11th at 7:30 AM starting in the Chapel.

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Senior students participate in adoration at Vincit Christus in the St. Pius X Chapel on Tuesday, September 15th to pray to God in order to develop a closer relationship with Him. Vincit Christus, otherwise known as Varsity Catholic, is for students who want to be more active members of the church community in their school, as well as the diocese. Photo by: Kristin Jacobsen

“We bring adult speakers who live their life of being conquered by Christ who witness that to the members of Vincit Christus,” said Gardner.

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