"Our Father who art in heaven, Hallowed be thy name.."
Have you called upon the Lord lately? Checked in with God, and offered a little
"Thy kingdom come thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven.."
Have you been doing God’s will lately? Working for the kingdom?
"Give us this day our daily bread."
Have you shared a meal with other people of faith lately?
"and forgive us our trespasses as we forgive those who trespass against
Having any trouble letting go of hard feelings? Feeling bad about something you
may have done?
"and lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil."
Is the world getting to you? Do you need a little strength for the journey?
Need to start this year off strong spiritually?
From our Lady of Humility Parish and School Retreat
This is a powerful reflection as it speaks to being the
best-version-of-ourselves during the Lenten season. The Our Father is a staple
part of our Catholic faith but the reflection piece speaks to the importance of
having our students understand that importance of forgiveness.
This month we are beginning our Lenten Journey towards Easter. We know that
Lent is a time to ‘give things up’ but I challenged our students and staff to
also ‘give more’ during this Lenten season; give more love, thanks, honesty,
apologies, commitment and kindness.
Just like in the world of college basketball we are in the final four. That is
the final four months until school is out. Can you believe how fast the school
year has gone? We can’t stress enough the importance of working with our staff
to ensure that your child(ren) remain focused and on track. This reporting
period provides a lot of information about your child’s progress. If you have
any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact your child’s
teacher as you do not have to wait till the report card or Demonstration of
Learning to answer any questions you may have in regards to your child’s
Report cards and Demonstration of Learning are just around the corner and our
students are working on many wonderful projects and assignments to show you,
the parents, on March 21st. The report cards offer information about your
child’s progress (see Purpose of a Report Card insert in newsletter) related to
the Alberta Program of Studies, but the Demonstration of Learning provides the
opportunity for you to see, first hand, your child’s work, strategies and