School Update

Weekly Update: June 24- 28

On Sunday June 23rd, we celebrated the Solemnity of The Body and Blood of Christ (Corpus Christi).  Our Lord, Jesus Christ, with only five loaves and two fish, miraculously fed over 5,000 followers. This miracle foreshadows His institution of the Eucharist on the night before He died. For us, the Eucharist is the foundation of

Weekly Update June 17 – 21

On Sunday we celebrated the Feast of the Holy Trinity. The Father, Son, and Holy Spirit are one in the same God. If, as Christian stewards, our hearts and minds are open, He will guide us to the truth. Like St. Paul, we, as disciples of Christ, endure trials in our lives that, through our

Weekly Update: June 3 – June 7

Thursday May 30th, was the Feast Day of the Ascension of our Lord. Before His ascension, Jesus reminded the apostles what they had witnessed — His suffering, death, and resurrection. He fulfilled His Father’s promise of the Holy Spirit. As Christian stewards, do we call upon this great sacrifice and gift to guide us in

Weekly Update: May 27-31

In this week’s Gospel (John 14: 23-29), Jesus tells the disciples about God sending an Advocate, the Holy Spirit, to teach us how to live. Faithful stewards give praise and thanksgiving to God, our heavenly Father, through His Son, Jesus Christ, for His gifts of love, peace, and the inspiration of the Holy Spirit. Leaders

Weekly Update: May 20 – 24

To be faithful disciples, we are called by Christ to love one another as He has loved us. Do we show the world we are His disciples by our love for one another? Reminders:  Please ensure students are dressed for the ever changing weather conditions and that they are wearing sun-screen and have hats for

Weekly Update: May 6 – 10

Catholic schools are communities of accompaniment where the story of our salvation is known and shared, offering the encouragement that comes from knowing Jesus walks with us. Renewing the Promise p. 7. Each year, the Catholic community of Ontario engages in a week-long celebration of the unique identity and distinctive contributions of Catholic education during Catholic

Weekly Update April 29-May 3

In Sunday’s Gospel, Thomas needs to see Jesus in person to believe He has Risen. There is an ancient saying in the Eastern Church: If you want to know if Jesus is really Risen, look around you at the faces at the Easter vigil.Thomas could not read the presence of the Risen One on the faces

Weekly Update April 22-26

Christ is risen! The disciples saw His wrappings in the tomb and believed in Him. God, our heavenly Father, gives us the greatest gift of all — salvation through His Son, Jesus. In the second reading on Easter Sunday, St. Paul reminds the Colossians that they have been raised with Christ, exhorting them to “think

Weekly Update April 15 – 19

With the celebration of Palm Sunday, we enter into the most sacred time of our liturgical calendar. For three full days, from Holy Thursday evening to Easter Sunday night, the Church celebrates the Paschal Mystery of Jesus Christ. On Holy Thursday, we celebrate the institution of the sacraments of the Eucharist and the Priesthood. On

Weekly Update: April 8-12

In today’s Gospel, Jesus shows great mercy and compassion to the woman accused of adultery. As followers of Christ, do we, too, practice mercy and compassion in our lives? As we prepare to celebrate the resurrection of Christ at Easter on April 21st, Holy Rosary Parish will host a Lenten Evening of Reflection at Jean