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Upcoming Events

2nd Grade First Reconciliation
Date: 2/25/2017, 9:30 AM 11 AM
No School Mass Today
Date: 2/28/2017
Ash Wednesday All School Mass
Date: 3/1/2017
School Rosary (every Wednesday during school days)
Date: 3/1/2017, 2:30 PM 3 PM
Location: right BEFORE carpool in our Church (it will be held in the Family Center if the Church is being used for an event)
PTO meeting
Date: 3/2/2017, 8 AM 9 AM
Location: Family Center
All School Mass
Date: 3/3/2017, 8 AM 9 AM
Safe Environment New Family, Family of Faith Class
Date: 3/5/2017, 10 AM 11:30 AM
Location: Family Center Upper Lounge
Safe Environment Renewal Class
Date: 3/5/2017, 12:30 PM 1:30 PM
Location: Family Center Lower Lounge
School Rosary (every Wednesday during school days)
Date: 3/8/2017, 2:30 PM 3 PM
Location: right BEFORE carpool in our Church (it will be held in the Family Center if the Church is being used for an event)
Early Release (Preschool 12:00) (K-4, 12:15) (5-8, 12:35) NO STAY AND PLAY OR AFTERCARE TODAY
Date: 3/10/2017

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Saint of the Month

St. Blaise
February Saint of the Month
Little is known about St. Blaise’s early years. We know that St. Blaise aided in treating objects that were caught in the throat and that St. Blaise was a good bishop of Sebastea, Armenia, where he worked hard to encourage the spiritual and physical health of his people.  After healing many people, it is believed that St. Blaise was forced to flee to the back country. He lived in a cave where he spent his time in solitude and prayer, as well as making friends with animals. Legend has it that hunters stumbled upon St. Blaise kneeling in prayer surrounded by wolves, lions, and bears. While the hunters hauled Blaise off to prison, a mother came with her young son who had a fish bone lodged in his throat. At Blaise’s command, the child was able to cough up the bone. The local governor in Armenia, tried to persuade Blaise to sacrifice to pagan idols. The first time that Blaise refused, he was beaten. The next time, St. Blaise refused he was killed for his faith. St. Blaise died a martyr in 316 AD and is the patron saint of throat illnesses, animals, and wool combers. St. Blaise’s feast day is February 3rd.