A message from NHS

The current members of the Monsignor Michael J. Walz National Honor Society at Cardinal Stritch would like to give you an update on their recent activity. Despite the setbacks faced due to COVID-19, the National Honor Society has still been able to meet for service opportunities. One of the largest service projects is making blankets for cancer patients. Some of the blankets are made out of bandanas sewn together as a quilt, and other blankets are tied fleece. NHS makes 30-40 blankets per year that go to area hospitals, Nightingale's Harvest, and this year they have added The Victory Center.
This March, we inducted seventeen new members to our chapter. Upon graduation these new additions will be added to our current 1,129 alumni members. Our guest speaker was National Honor Society alumni James Burns, class of 1969. He shared the inspiring stories of how he has used the four pillars of NHS in his everyday life. It was an honor to have him back at Cardinal Stritch.
We are looking forward to a productive rest of the year and are excited to continue the pillars of Leadership, Scholarship, Character, and Service in our everyday lives at Stritch.
If you would like to help support the Monsignor Michael J. Walz National Honor Society at Cardinal Stritch, please visit cardinalstritch.org and select “Other” under the “Support/Giving” tab. All money donated will help cover the cost of the materials needed for blankets, certificates and chords for our members, and annual dues. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us!
If you have any questions regarding donations feel free to contact Barbara Boyle Dianda ’79 at bdianda@cardinalstritch.org or Janet Navarre Hohenberger ’07 at jhohenberger@cardinalstritch.org in the Advancement Office at school.