• Read Across America 2017

    Read Across America 2017

    Anna Rose King, Staff Writer

    March 11, 2017

    This past Thursday, a variety of PJP students visited grade schools across the diocese and those nearby to read to grade schoolers ranging from pre-kindergarten through first grade. This nation-wide event began with the National Education Association, which began in 1857. According to the NEA website, at its founding, one...

  • Teardrops of Paint- An Interview with The Director and Star

    Teardrops of Paint- An Interview with The Director and Star

    March 2, 2017

    In late spring of 2014, freshman William Martinko released “School of the Dead," a fifteen minute short film with a cast and crew comprised solely of PJP students. It was William’s most ambitious project to date, the first film shot in PJP, and, most importantly, cemented his reputation as PJP’s resid...

  • PJP Lends Some Helping Hands to the Hungry

    PJP Lends Some Helping Hands to the Hungry

    Lina Park, Staff Writer

    February 3, 2017

    On February 2nd 2017, PJP students attended the CRS Helping Hands to stop world hunger. CRS (Catholic Relief Services) Helping Hands is a Catholic volunteer and formation event that allows participants to serve the hungry overseas. Together, volunteers package meals to send to people who suffer from...

    Members of CSC help out CRS in assembly line fashion. The packages will be sent to the African nation of Burkina Faso.

    Lina Park

  • March for Life

    March for Life

    Lina Park, Staff Writer

    February 1, 2017

    Every year, every month, every day and every second a new life is born on the earth. It's a big gift in our lives, however some people don’t want to let the newborn see the light of day. To make this change, many people from different states and different countries gathered together in Washington D.C....

    A view from ground level at this year's march in Washington D.C.

    Lina Park

Top Ten Things to Do For Lent

Top Ten Things to Do For Lent

Katie Fallon, Staff Writer

If you're getting a late start on sacrificing for Lent, here are some things to consider doing (or not doing) Give up: Being lazy Instead of watching Netflix in your free time, do something constructive. For exa...

March 24No Comments

An Interview with the director of Crazy for You

An Interview with the director of Crazy for You

Lina Park, Staff Writer

Energized dancing and beautiful songs. The PJP musical team is having their final push to prepare  for the spring musical ‘Crazy for you’. During the practice, I was able to meet Mrs. Lynn, the director of the musical....

March 11No Comments

Teardrops of Paint- An Interview with The Director and Star

Teardrops of Paint- An Interview with The Director and Star

In late spring of 2014, freshman William Martinko released “School of the Dead," a fifteen minute short film with a cast and crew comprised solely of PJP students. It was William’s most ambitious project to date, the ...

March 2No Comments

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William Martinko’s Teardops of Paint- A Review

William Martinko’s Teardops of Paint- A Review

Paul Malikkal, Staff Writer

During the Talent Show, PJP’s resident filmmaker William Martinko presented the audience with a clip from his latest film- his first feature titled Teardrops of Paint. The sequence, that clocked in at around five m...

March 2No Comments

Some Not So Super Aspects of the Marvel Cinematic Universe

Some Not So Super Aspects of the Marvel Cinematic Universe

Samuel Hull, Staff Writer

It's no secret that the Marvel Cinematic Universe is a cash cow, quite possibly the fattest cash cow in film history. They have a universal appeal, that transcends race, gender, and class. However, I believe...

February 28No Comments

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (A Mixed Review)

Wiliam Borusewicz, Staff Writer

Rouge One: A Star Wars Story is not a bad film, but it is a flawed one. There are things that we as moviegoers and Star Wars fans try to ignore as we watch this addition to cinema’s most beloved franchis...

February 1No Comments

What The Smiths Taught Me

What The Smiths Taught Me

January 31

Rogue One: A (Positive) Review

January 10

RWBY Volume Four- A Review

RWBY Volume Four- A Review

December 17

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Sports

2017 Eagles Mock Draft

2017 Eagles Mock Draft

March 24

Round 1 (14 overall): WR Corey Davis, Western Michiga...

Evaluating the Brandon Cooks and Jordan Matthews situation

Evaluating the Brandon Cooks and Jordan Matthews situation

March 11

Reports came out that the New Orleans Saints are looking...

Alumni Spotlight: Molly McKeon

Alumni Spotlight: Molly McKeon

March 9

This week's alumni athlete of the week is Molly McKeon....

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Recent Sports Scores

  • Thursday, January 12

    Girls Basketball

    PJP 58 - Norristown 32

  • Tuesday, December 13

    Boys Basketball

    PJP 37 - Owen J. Roberts 56

Polls

Which film will win the Oscar for Best Picture?

  • La La Land (67%, 2 Votes)
  • Moonlight (33%, 1 Votes)
  • Arrival (0%, 0 Votes)
  • Fences (0%, 0 Votes)
  • Hacksaw Ridge (0%, 0 Votes)
  • Hell or High Water (0%, 0 Votes)
  • Hidden Figures (0%, 0 Votes)
  • Lion (0%, 0 Votes)
  • Manchester By The Sea (0%, 0 Votes)

Total Voters: 3

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