Thursday, December 13, 2007

Our Lady of Guadalupe Celebration

Yesterday we went to an Our Lady of Guadalupe Celebration put on by the small catholic high school that a few of my siblings attend.

It started with Mass, at which the students led the music singing beautiful Gregorian Chant hymns.

Afterwards, we went out to the school for coffee and snacks.

My boys with their uncle, my little brother.

While there, the students gave a presentation to the children about Our Lady of Guadalupe.

My sister is the second from the right.

We got to see a recent project the students did on hell. It was very interesting to hear them explain their displays. The following three were done by my siblings.

Then they had a pinata for the younger ones, which, of course, was a hit!

As well as pictures of Our Lady of Guadalupe for the kids to color.

We were even able to talk the students into singing us a few Christmas carols in Latin and Spanish.

My twin sisters are on the left and one of my brothers is on the right.

It is such a blessing to have this school available. They are offering a solid Catholic education, and have 7 teachers for the various classes, most of whom home educate their own children. It is such a blessing for these kids to be able to be receiving such a wonderful education.

1 comment:

  1. I miss those kids SOOOOO much! They are all just such wonderful teenagers. I just can't say enough good things about them and the school!


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