This Year’s Teaching Gospel of Matthew is Catholic School Favorite

by Sister Julie Ann on February 3, 2011

In a year when the Gospel of Matthew domininates Sunday’s cycle of readings, Jesus the Teacher is an excellent theme and source of inspiration for Franciscan Sisters of Christian Charity who are Catholic School teachers and everyone else celebrating Catholic Schools Week.

 To celebrate Catholic Schools Week, St. Francis of Assisi School, Greenwood, MS gave students the experience of being a teacher. Check out submitted photos!

2 thoughts on “This Year’s Teaching Gospel of Matthew is Catholic School Favorite”

  1. Sister Anne Marie Lom says:

    Wonderful pictures and a great way to open the possibility of choosing teaching as a career. Thank you for offering this to your viewers.

  2. Srkathleenosf says:

    I'm a little late with my thoughts on Catholic Schools Week–technology glitches! It was a good week for our school community. I think that was the key gift of the week. Our students and staff had an opportunity to feel the family spirit of our school. Not every educational institution has that spirit of caring and concern for each other from 3 year old to us teachers who are many times their age. I was so inspired and happy to see our oldest students carefully preparing lesson plans to share with our little ones; to see middle grade students helping those who don't know all their numbers to find a Bingo and further more to give their own Bingo prize to a younger non-winner; to see everyone celebrating at Mass with song and gesture; to see teachers grateful for a chance to share food and fellowship; and to see children who are still so happy with the simple treat of an ice cream sundae! We had and have much to celebrate!
    sr kathleen

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