Mr. Tim Dougherty always has something to say, and he always says it well.
Follow Mr. Dougherty's blog as he offers a "behind the scenes" look into his uniquely diverse roles within the Archmere community as both an English teacher and the school's Director of Curriculum & Instruction.
On This Date in Norbertine History… On April 22, 1834, Abbot John Baptist L’Ecuy, O.Praem., died in Paris at age 94. He entered the Abbey of Prémontré at age 20. He served as Abbot from 1780 until 1791 when the … Continue reading →
Today’s Word: My sheep hear my voice; I know them and they follow me. (John 10:27) Today is the 50th World Day of Prayer for Vocations, an annual celebration established during Vatican Council II, at a time when vocations to … Continue reading →
On Wednesday, we recognized students at Archmere who, throughout the course of the year, have demonstrated academic excellence and leadership at the 41st Honors Convocation ceremony, held in the Performing Arts Center. Below is my address to the students. At this 41st Honors Convocation, when we recognize academic excellence, achievement, and leadership, I would like […]
On This Date… On April 15, 1134, Easter Sunday, Saint Norbert celebrated his last Mass, sitting in a chair because of a debilitating illness. He died on June 6, 1134, three days after Pentecost, at age 54. On April 15, … Continue reading →
On This Date… On April 8, 1808, Pope Pius VII established the Catholic Diocese of Philadelphia, which included all of Pennsylvania, Delaware, and the southern half of New Jersey. Eleven diocese now serve this area. Eight of them are in … Continue reading →