• DeMatha Faculty -
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  • The Fund for DeMatha -
  • Student Financial Aid -
  • DeMatha Faculty -
  • The Cross Center for Engineering, Arts & Robotics -
  • The Fund for DeMatha -
  • Student Financial Aid -

The DeMatha Forever Campaign was launched in July 2019. Since that time, the school has been meeting with generous benefactors of the school to enlist their support. We are pleased to now share with the entire DeMatha community the main components that comprise the DeMatha Forever Campaign: a proposed Cross Center for Engineering, Arts & Robotics; supporting our devoted faculty; bolstering our Scholarship Funds; and increasing the contributions to our Fund for DeMatha. We also are encouraging participation in our St. John deMatha Planned Giving Society. This website provides further details, videos, and pictures outling our vision. We appreciate your consideration and support! To learn more about each area of support, please place your cursor over each picture above and click.
Click here to view a message from Father James, President, with an additional overview of our efforts.

Since the year 1193, the Trinitarians were actively involved in ransoming Christians who were imprisoned for their faith. They had to pay the ransom to let the Christians go free. Tradition states, that on more than once ransoming journey, St. John de Matha did not have enough funds. We believe that the Virgin Mary, dressed in the Trinitarian red and blue cross, holding the Child Jesus in one hand and a purse in the other appeared to St. John de Matha and inside the purse was enough money to pay the ransom. Mary brought two remedies to us: The Remedy of her son, Jesus, and the remedy of the funds to continue the mission of the Order. In imitation of our school patron, DeMatha Catholic High School is placing this Comprehensive Campaign under the protection of Our Lady of Good Remedy. We are not only seeking funds for the present goals of the school; we want to deepen the faith and opportunities for our students. We never lose sight of the significant Remedy of her Son, Jesus, in her one hand, and we ask that she provide us with whatever else is needed in the other hand, so we too can continue the mission of the school named in honor of St. John de Matha. The feast of Our Lady of Good Remedy is October 8.

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