Catholic Identity

Catholic Identity

The Catholic faith and traditions are at the core of a St. Rose School education. These values are integrated throughout the curriculum. Students learn to imitate Christ by incorporating the Theological Virtues of Faith, Hope and Charity in their everyday lives in the classroom, on the playground and at home. Students discover God’s presence in their lives and develop a deep sense of their Catholic faith.

In their daily religion classes students learn about their Catholic faith and traditions and come to deepen their understanding of the unique and personal relationship with a loving God. The Children learn through the Catechism of the Catholic Church: The Creed, the Sacraments, the life of Christ and prayer… Religious lessons are integrated throughout all subject areas and the Gospel values are communicated in all lessons.

Our mission and philosophy statements convey the school’s strong Catholic Identity. Prayer is a part of every school day, from morning assembly to communal and personal prayer opportunities during each day. The teachers at St. Rose School are certified Catechists in accordance with the diocesan certification requirements. All teachers participate in the life of the Catholic parish to which they belong. Teachers guide their classes in preparation for all-school Masses. As with all of the school’s prayer services, assemblies, and Masses, parents are invited and encouraged to attend.

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