About Holy Darkness

Tormented by a life gone wrong following a tragic event, Frank a pensive and searching teenager tries to return to school and live a normal life while dealing with his past mistakes. Complications soon arise as his father has grown cold, angry, and distant.  His mother, who loves him deeply feels lost in trying to help keep frank and her husband from falling apart, along with her marriage. To deal with the chaos of his life, Frank turns to his loyal and devout girlfriend for support. Though he doesn’t share her deep faith, Frank knows that somehow, she holds the key to his healing.

At the insistence of his mother, Frank reaches out to counselor to help him make sense of his life. Much to his surprise the counselor is also a Catholic nun. As Sr. Sanchez ties to break through Franks walls of pain and anger some astounding revelations present themselves, and Frank finds himself at a crossroads; dare to face the pain and truth of his life or be consumed by the darkness that seems to plague him.

About Montini Catholic High School

Montini Catholic is an educational institution that is guided by the Institute of the Brothers of the Christian Schools, founded by St. John Baptist de La Salle, who is the Patron Saint of Teachers.

Since 1680, the Christian Brothers have encompassed the globe with institutions in over 80 countries.

A Lasallian education strives to touch the heart of every child, through academic excellence, individualized attention, faith formation, inclusion, respect for the individual, service and social justice.  This form of teaching attains transformative experiences that enrich each student's cultural, intellectual, physical, social and spiritual development.  Through St. John Baptist de La Salle’s inspiration, these educators transform education through a new vision of teaching young people, especially the poor.

Mission Statement

Montini Catholic High School is a family-centered, co-educational, college preparatory high school, rooted in the life and teaching of Jesus Christ as emulated by St. John Baptist De La Salle and committed to the education of the whole person. Our LaSallian tradition recognizes the sacredness of all persons and educates students of diverse abilities, cultures, and socioeconomic backgrounds.

Each student is expected to participate in an educational setting that will emphasize the message of Christ, service, and responsibility to Church, family and community.