This year Pope Francis had the children of Rome write the Stations of the Cross. We join with him, them and all children throughout the world in seeing the Cross in our daily lives, the effects of sin and the redemption offered us in Jesus Christ.
PRINCIPAL’S MESSAGE Dear Holy Rosary Families, Today is Holy Thursday. We have entered the Sacred Triduum, the most solemn days of the Liturgical year as we experience the final three days of Jesus’ life on earth. The Liturgies of these days are powerful. If you are not able to attend them in person, I encourage … Continue Reading »
See a video of what learning at HRS looks like during these COVID-times. Thank you to our parent community for their support over these last ten months. You have partnered with us during this pandemic to keep pushing forward your student’s education. Our teachers and staff have been working harder than ever before to meet … Continue Reading »
PRINCIPAL’S MESSAGE Dear Holy Rosary Families, This Lenten season has been one of the fastest in my recollection. By the time you receive this eFC message we will be approaching Holy Week, beginning with Palm Sunday as we commemorate Jesus’ entrance into Jerusalem. We know what comes next, as we prepare ourselves to enter the … Continue Reading »
PRINCIPAL’S MESSAGE Dear Holy Rosary Families, I hope this fourth week of Lent finds you well! These weeks are moving swiftly by and before we know it we will find ourselves in April. I know you are likely anxiously awaiting information about next year, as are we! We anticipate guidance for schools moving towards the … Continue Reading »
PRINCIPAL’S MESSAGE Dear Holy Rosary Families, I hope you are well this third week in Lent. The days are getting longer and it is starting to feel more and more like spring! We have had great success getting many of our teachers and staff members scheduled for their first vaccination with the news that school … Continue Reading »
PRINCIPAL’S MESSAGE Dear Holy Rosary Families, I hope this second week in Lent finds you well. Spring is also in the air, which is a wonderful reprieve from the dark, wet winter days! You’ve hopefully heard from homeroom teachers that our students are engaging in a Lenten service opportunity, supporting our friends in Uganda! If … Continue Reading »