GRADE 3: Fishers of Men—Church & Holy Spirit
In the Acts of the Apostles, we learn that the disciples were filled with the Holy Spirit at Pentecost. They spoke the Word of God with boldness, and with the consolation of the Holy Spirit, the Church grew in numbers. The message is clear: the Holy Spirit is actively involved in the life of the Church and its members. The story of Pentecost is only the beginning of the account of the Holy Spirit’s presence in the early Church.
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Grade 3 Meeting Time: Tuesdays from 4:15 – 5:30 pm
All classes will begin with a gathering in Our Lady of Providence Hall. Parents are welcome to stay and join us in prayer and celebration!
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NATIONAL FRIENDS OF THE POOR® WALK Saturday, September 28th @ 9:00 am - 10:00, Saint Patrick Parish Help support the Society of St. Vincent de Paul at Saint Patrick Parish! Join us for a one-mile walk up and down Main Street in Stoneham to support the Society of St. Vincent de Paul. The cost to register as a walker is $10 and all proceeds will go directly to the St. Vincent de Paul Society at Saint Patrick Parish. The St. Vincent de Paul Society provides food and other emergency assistance to local residents. The people they help are your neighbors & friends. Just think [more]
The month of October is dedicated to the Blessed Mother. Catholics are encouraged to pray the Rosary together as a family. The Venerable Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen (National Director of the Society for the Propagation of the Faith from 1950 to 1966) developed the World Mission Rosary. Each of the five decades is a different color to represent areas of the world where the church continues her evangelizing mission. The MCA World Mission Rosary comes with a booklet that explains the colors of this Rosary, and offers age-appropriate mission reflections for the Joyful, Sorrowful, Glorious and Luminous Mysteries. Saint Patrick Religious Education participates in the Missionary [more]
Each year, our Grade 3 students participate in a Rosary Workshop in which they learn about the rosary and receive one of their own. If your child does not have a rosary, stop by the religious education office and we would be happy to give one to him or her. Visit our “Praying the Rosary” page to pray the rosary with your child and learn a little more about this beautiful and ancient form of prayer and contemplation.