It takes a village and our students have that village here at All Saints. Today, Mrs. Richert and her sixth grade class attended the elementary school Mass to show support for her son, Lucas, as he read in church for the first time.
Upon entering our school you will see this beautiful bulletin board that was created by our art teacher, Ms. Amy Wisniewski. It's an image of Christ's open hands reflecting what Isaiah wrote: "See, I have written your name on the palms of my hand."
Students and staff are invited to sign their name to this image, showing their commitment to loving Christ with their whole mind, heart and soul. At a later date, this beautiful piece will be transferred to a wall within our school as a reminder of His love for us all.
Following Mass this morning, students in grades 3-12 gathered in Father Jose’s backyard to pray the Rosary for the sanctity of life. Students in grades K, 1 & 2 also participated by praying the Rosary while remaining in their classroom.
Our hallway was lined with students and staff as Father Jose led a Eucharistic Procession through the school. How blessed are we that something as beautiful as this can take place in our school, where prayer is said daily and our faith is fostered. God is good.
HS bowling girls and boys
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7th grade boys basketball at home
8th grade boys basketball at home
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