From the Desk of the Principal: April Newsletter04-03-2018Mrs. Kimberly Stevenson
On behalf of the faculty and staff, I want to wish you a Blessed Easter. May the resurrection of our Lord, Jesus Christ, fill you with joy this Easter season and always!
Confirmation: Please pray for our 8th graders who will receive their Confirmation on Tuesday, April 10th with Bishop Waltersheid. Our Confirmation candidates are Vanessa Betten, Connor Bridges, Connor Callahan, Anthony Cicchino, Nicholas DiPerna, Andrew Feeley, Audrey Flanagan, Taytem Froehlich, Patrick Forster, Jillian Frosell, Chiara Golomb, Cheyenne Gorsuch, James Haseleu, Cameron Hurwitz, Isabelle Kulak, Renee LaGrosse, Ian Lecker, Averil Ludwick, Andrew Marcello, Gabriel Miller, Ethan Minzer, Mason Moore, Alex Paluso, Joseph Rees, Joseph Ruscoe, Madeline Schiavo, Austin Smith, Annabella Sueiras, Kennedy Walsh, and Ethan WilliamsREAD MORE
From the Desk of the Principal: March Newsletter03-01-2018Mrs. Kimberly Stevenson
We look forward with great joy to the celebration of the Resurrection of Jesus on Easter Sunday. Throughout Lent our school community has been focusing on the importance of this liturgical season as we prepare to enter into the Triduum, the holiest days of the year. The Triduum begins on Holy Thursday with the Mass of the Lord’s Supper. During this Mass we recall that Jesus gave His body and blood and taught us to care for others when He washed the disciples’ feet. The Triduum continues on Good Friday with the celebration of the Lord’s Passion. During this liturgical celebration we remember Christ’s sacrifice for us. On the night of Holy Saturday we celebrate the great Easter Vigil. During this celebration our Savior bursts out of the tomb and on Easter Sunday we continue to celebrate the Resurrection with great joy.READ MORE
From the Desk of the Principal: February Newsletter02-01-2018Mrs. Kimberly Stevenson
The Season of Lent: Lent is the season of preparation for Easter. It starts on Ash Wednesday and ends on Easter, lasting for 40 days (not counting Sundays). We prepare for Easter by fasting and practicing spiritual discipline during this time - to reflect on His sacrifices. Basically, Lent is a time for "spring cleaning" our lives while giving thanks to God and strengthening our relationship with Him. Lent begins on February 14th, Ash Wednesday and marks the first day of the Season of Lent.
Lent, is a season of reflection, confession and preparation for the celebration of the Resurrection. In order for the students to grow to understand the sacrifice that Jesus made for us by dying on the cross, the school will participate in the following religious activities.READ MORE