Spiritual Life

 

We are all members of a faith community.  Students, faculty and parents are called to live and practice their faith in Jesus Christ.  We are all called to pray, serve, and love one another as God loves us.

 

Our Religion Program recognizes the uniqueness of each child, and instills in them a sense of belonging to family, school, church and community.

 

The Gospel message of Jesus Christ is infused throughout the curriculum and into all aspects of the students’ lives.

Students learn firsthand how to live a life of service to God by participating in school wide community service projects that extend to local organizations as well as to the greater global community.

 

At all grade levels, students develop knowledge of Sacred Scripture, Sacraments, Catholic Doctrine, Liturgy and Worship.

Faith Formation

 

  • Saint Joseph School students pray as a school community each morning and afternoon.  

  • The Rosary is recited in October and May. 

  • Students attend parish Mass. 

  • Reconciliation is provided during Advent and Lent. 

  • Stations of the Cross are prayed every Friday of Lent.

  • In November, a special School Mass is celebrated for All Saints Day with the First Graders dressing up as Saints. 

  • School Masses are celebrated monthly.

  • Sacramental Preparation is given in Second Grade (First Penance and First Communion) and in Eighth Grade (Confirmation). 

 

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