Catholic School Week is Filled with Franciscan Celebration

by Sister Julie Ann on January 26, 2015

National Catholic Schools Week, Communities of Faith, Knowledge and Service, starts January 25 – 31.  Our Franciscan Sisters of Christian Charity serving in Catholic Schools in AZ, HI, MS, OH, MS and WI or praying for faculty, staff and students will be celebrating. We hope to alert you to significant happenings.Franciscan Sister Jane at Roncalli High School -photo HTR Manitowoc, WI Here are some posts to note on the Mississippi Sisters St. Francis of Assisi Greenwood Blog of the last days:

  • Martin Luther King March–if you haven’t read our post, you will want to see the pictures! Click here.
  • Kindergarteners celebrated their 100th Day–Desiring to see joy in abundance? Click here.Franciscan Sister Kathleen and Kindergarten class
  • Franciscan Take on Pro Life Lessons–Catholic School Week and life always go together. Click here.

Schools typically observe National Catholic Schools Week with Masses, open house and other activities for students, families, parishioners and community members. Through these events, schools focus on the value Catholic education provides to young people and its contributions to our church, our communities and our nation. Franciscan Sister Pamela Catherine at St. Peter's Mission, Bapchule, AZ1

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