Dec. 1st - 2nd Parent Teacher Conferences
Dec 1st - 2nd - Noon Dismissal
Dec 2nd-3rd- Barnes & Noble Student Performances
Dec 6th - Award Ceremony 2PM
Dec 6th - Immaculate Mary Mass - Formal Uniform
Dec 8th Marian Club Mass - Formal Uniform
October 2016 Newsletter
HALLOWEEN A FEAST DAY?
If you ask young children to list the holy days of the Catholic Church, many will put Halloween right up there with Christmas and the Immaculate Conception. They are not that far off in their thinking , however, because Halloween is actually the ancient feast of “All Hollows” the night of awareness that humans have died and their spirits are still alive. October 31st, November 1st, and November 2nd is the time of the liturgical year when we who are living, pray for the dead.