On Wednesday March 14, our 4th grade Faith Formation children led us in praying the Living Stations of the Cross. As our child readers prayed each station, a team of child actors silently portrayed the action. Their portrayal was both meaningful and prayerful, and it gave everyone who was present a different way to engage in the story. Many children and adults came together to make this a wonderful reflection on Jesus’ Passion and Death and we are grateful for their leadership. Join us on the journey as you reflect on these pictures.
Faith Formation students of all ages gathered on Wednesday, February 7th for a community pizza dinner. They also got to hear a preview of this summer’s VBS music!
Afterward, students in Grades 1-5 stayed in Cassidy Hall for some Mardi Gras fun. In addition to learning about the traditions surrounding the day, they also played games and made masks. There were tons of smiles and lots of laughs. This annual tradition is something everyone looks forward to!
Second graders from OLG school and parish had their final Reconciliation practice on Wednesday, January 24 before they celebrated the sacrament for the first time on Saturday, January 27.
There were lots of smiles and giggles as several students participated in a fun skit led by Fr. Kevin about how sin gets in the way of our relationship with God.
Students from all schools enjoyed seeing each other after practice!
On Wednesday, December 20, first graders met in the art room to create Christmas ornaments. They were treated to a visit by Fr. Kevin and presented him with his own ornament! Afterwards, he led them in prayer. Here are some more pictures from the evening!
We are so proud of all of the children who took part in this year’s Nativity Play!
They did a wonderful job of sharing the story of Jesus’s birth with the parish during the 4pm mass on Christmas Eve.
Here are some pictures from the big day. We hope to see everyone again next year!
Join us on January 17 to hear guest speaker, Joe Roueche from Net Ministries, who will talk with parents and children about becoming Catholic Superheroes! Joe speaks with an engaging style that will be fun for everyone. Come; be enlightened on your family's journey to ever more deeply follow Jesus as his disciples.
There is free childcare in the nursery for children who haven’t started 1st grade yet; email email@example.com to reserve your children’s spots today!
We had our final rehearsal for the play! The children did a wonderful job practicing their parts. We especially loved the end when they gathered near the baptismal font (the crèche will be there Sunday) and sang ‘Away in a Manger.’
The children were excited to go home with light up stickers and nativity ornaments.
Thank you for sharing your children with us.
Las Posadas means "the inns or shelters." This Christmas tradition comes from Mexico, and is a reenactment of Mary and Joseph’s search for an inn where Jesus could be born. Mary and Joseph go to several inns when they arrive in Bethlehem, only to be told “There’s no room for you here!” Finally, they find a compassionate set of innkeepers who offer them lodging in their stable. In this skit, the kids celebrated Jesus’ arrival by singing Away in a Manger and sharing a festive atmosphere complete with cupcakes!