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Homecoming


Homecoming

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Save The Date!

Homecoming 2018, September 27-30

Saint Bede will be celebrating reunion classes ending on the “3” and “8” from 1943–2013. This is a perfect time to celebrate Homecoming and reconnect with former classmates and Alumni.

ATTENTION REUNION CLASSES: Reunions are a lot of FUN and we’re here to help you plan. Please contact the Development Office at 815-250-0347 or email jeannie@st-bede.com for a class list. Just let us know what you need! Together we can your Homecoming fun and memorable. Many classes reunite every year! Come back and get together every year. Not just every 5!

Help us keep you connected! If you have new information please share it with us at http://www.st-bede.com/yourcontactinfo/. This is to ensure we can share the information with fellow classmates and plan for a visit from Abbot Philip Davey, O.S.B. We can try to help find your lost classmates too.

Don’t miss out! Mark your calendar now for September 27th –30th.

Let’s Stay Connected!

Does your Class have a Facebook page; share it with us so we can follow you and can post information about homecoming! Follow Us on Social Media for Student Activities, Pictures and Bruin Events.

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Come home to St. Bede! Don’t miss it!


I have a renewed sense of pride that I was and am still a Bruin. We’re looking forward to connecting with our fellow Bruins at Homecoming. I’ve told many people that next to my parents, the St. Bede experience was the most influential factor in determining my future behavior and success.” Ray Bauer, Class of 1966