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THE MONARCHY: As they pack the Santa Ana Bowl, Mater Dei’s student section continues to make a name for itself during the football game against their long-time rival, Servite. It is through the roaring chants and representing the proud color of the Monarchs that the students prove that the MD spirit runs deep. “[Being a part of] the student section is a way for me to get involved and show my love for Mater Dei. I get so excited to see my friends and show support for the teams,” Junior Grace Henze said.
Mater Dei Monarchy: The New Student Section
October 31, 2023

The Mater Dei Student Section has distinguished itself among schools in Orange County with its return this 2023 school year. On Sept. 12, the newly named “Monarchy” student...

News Briefs for Oct. 12
News Briefs for Oct. 12
October 12, 2023

Service Fair: Today, Oct. 12, was the first Service Fair of the school year! Students had the chance to talk to representatives and learn of the different ways to receive...

News Briefs for Oct. 10
News Briefs for Oct. 10
October 10, 2023

Homecoming 2023: On Oct. 8, 2023, the annual all school Homecoming Dance was held in the Meruelo Athletic Center and senior parking lot. The dance included carnival rides,...

Meet the New Teachers
October 25, 2023
PEACE FOR THE WORLD Mater Dei President Michael Brennan and sophomore Alexa Giries light the peace candle at the beginning of the Respect Life Mass, praying for an end to all life-threatening violence. On Tuesday, Oct. 17 Mater Dei held an all school Mass to honor Respect Life Month. The Monarch community had the opportunity to pray together for peace and the preservation of all life. “Respect Life Month is a period of time where you can really dedicate [yourself] to prayer, praying for life and working towards improving life for all people,” sophomore Evan Nguyen said. Photo courtesy of Katherine Ruiz.
Respect Life Month
October 24, 2023
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MATER DEI VS SERVITE FACEOFF Mater Dei and Servite compete for the sixtieth time, continuing the long tradition of their rivalry. Both teams are excited to play each other ever since Mater Dei defeated them last year with a score of 48-17. (Photo taken by Dominique Marchand ‘23)
The History of Rivals
October 27, 2023
THE WORK OF THE LEPRECHAUNS: Have you ever wanted to visit Chicago on Saint Patrick’s day? If you do, it will undoubtedly be one of the coolest yet most interesting sights ever! Every year on March 17, Chicago dyes their river green! In 1961, Stephen Bailey, a plumber noticed that his friend had bright green stains (associated with the flag color of Ireland) all over his white overalls. Then, the mayor of Chicago at the time discovered where the sewage in the water was originating from and used the green dye to help the source of the leaky pipes. In 1962, the local plumbers union decided to use that 100 pounds of dye to turn the river green for Saint Patrick’s Day! This year will be the 61 year anniversary of dying the river green!
St. Patrick’s Day
March 31, 2023
DILIGENT WORK: Senior and Managing Editor Nate Chu works diligently while organizing photos for the yearbook pages and using past editions of the CROWN as reference. The yearbook uses Google Drive for the cataloging of photos, with each sport, club, extracurricular, and even individual games having a respective folder.
An Ode to the CROWN
February 10, 2023
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