Hands On, Hearts Open

This slideshow requires JavaScript.


Message from the Principal: April 23, 2014 - Dear Parents and Friends of St. Mary’s School: The Lord is risen! Alleluia! In the movie, Jesus of Nazareth, there is a Jewish leader who does his part to bring about Jesus’s death. After the resurrection, this character goes to
Message from the Principal: April 16, 2014 - Dear Parents and Friends of St. Mary’s School: On Sunday, we began the holiest week of the year. This truly is a week like none other. Lent can be quite long and we can too easily fall away from our
Students Take the Lead in Roll for a Cure - Thank you so much to everyone who helped to make the Roll for A Cure so successful! The girls from the Challenge youth group presented Mrs. Adams with a check for $2,818.21 last week in front of the student body.
Message from the Principal: April 7, 2014 -       We are all familiar with the story of Lazarus being raised from the dead and that can be a problem! This is a most amazing story! Lazarus has been in the tomb for four days, and Jesus
Parental Choice and Opportunity Scholarship Bill - Dear Friends in East Tennessee: The three Bishops of Tennessee, Bishop Stika, Bishop Choby and Bishop Steib along with the Catholic Public Policy Commission and the Superintendents of Catholic Schools across Tennessee ask you to take action.  Please email and
A Message from the Principal: April 1, 2014 - Dear Parents and Friends of St. Mary’s School: The baptismal symbolism runs deep in Sunday’s gospel about the man born blind. Jesus tells His disciples that while He is in the world, He is the light of the world. When
A Message from the Principal: March 25, 2014 - Dear Parents and Friends of St. Mary’s School: The Samaritan woman at the well is a most unlikely messenger for Jesus’s message of salvation. She went to the well at noon because she would not have been welcome in the
A Message from the Principal: March 11, 2014 - In Sunday’s gospel, Satan tempts Jesus at the end of His 40 days of prayer and fasting in the desert. If only each of us was so fortunate to be tempted after 40 days of spiritual fortification! It is interesting
Chapter Teacher of the Year Award Won by St. Mary’s Science and Math Teacher - We are excited to announce that our very own Marsha Sega has won the local Air Force Association Chapter’s Teacher of the Year Award for her work in preparing our students to use and excel in the fields of science,
A Message from the Principal: March 3, 2014 - Dear Parents and Friends of St. Mary’s School: One property that characterizes modern life is anxiety. Anxiety is so prevalent today and is an emotion that is easily caught by others. It made me stop and think about anxiety in

Follow

Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.