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The Emblem

A publication for alumni, students, parents, & friends of Central Catholic High School

Central Catholic’s magazine, The Emblem, keeps alumni, students, parents, and friends up-to-date with major events and information related to Central Catholic High School.

As one of the primary means for articulating the mission and values of Central Catholic to alumni, friends, and parents, The Emblem seeks to best communicate and capitalize on the distinct identity of Central Catholic High School. 

The Emblem is a publication of the Office of Institutional Advancement.

Executive Editor

Christopher F. Sullivan '81, President

Managing Editor & Chief Writer

Heather Torla Sousa, Annual Giving & Communications Manager

Read the current issue of The Emblem...

First page of the PDF file: 2022FallEmblem

Please send letters, comments, or suggestions to:

  • Heather Torla Sousa, Emblem Editor
  • Central Catholic High School, 300 Hampshire Street, Lawrence, MA 01841
  • Email: hsousa@centralcatholic.net

To request a hard copy of The Emblem, contact the Editor!

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Not an alumnus but would like to subscribe to The Emblem?

Send your contact information (name, address and email) to:

  • Mrs. Tammy Stott, Advancement Services Manager 
  • tstott@centralcatholic.net;  978-682-0260 ext. 635

COVID-19 Heroes

Many of our alumni have proven to be COVID-19 heroes, working the front line in a variety of fields to ensure that safety and health prevail. If you are a COVID-19 Hero that was not included in the Fall 2020 Emblem, we want to celebrate you! Complete the Alumni Update Form.  We will be posting and updating an additional listing of COVID-19 Heroes (see addendum below).

Cropped cover of the Fall 2020 Emblem, photo of nurse looking at camera