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From the Desk of the Principal: May Newsletter

05-01-2018Mrs. Kimberly Stevenson

Happy Mother’s Day to all of our HTS Mothers

Here’s wishing you a Mother’s Day 
That is filled with every pleasure, 
And a future that’s as happy 
As the memories you treasure!

May: The Month of Mary

It has been a long-standing Catholic tradition to honor the Blessed Virgin Mary in May. As Catholics we are reminded of Mary’s importance in the life of the Church and in our own lives as well. We honor Mary. We do not worship her.

Mary has a unique role in salvation history as the Mother of God, conceived without sin, who by her own free will agreed to bring the “Word made flesh", (John 1:14) our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ into the world.

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From the Desk of the Principal: April Newsletter

04-03-2018Mrs. Kimberly Stevenson

On behalf of the faculty and staff, I want to wish you a Blessed Easter. May the resurrection of our Lord, Jesus Christ, fill you with joy this Easter season and always!

Confirmation: Please pray for our 8th graders who will receive their Confirmation on Tuesday, April 10th with Bishop Waltersheid. Our Confirmation candidates are Vanessa Betten, Connor Bridges, Connor Callahan, Anthony Cicchino, Nicholas DiPerna, Andrew Feeley, Audrey Flanagan, Taytem Froehlich, Patrick Forster, Jillian Frosell, Chiara Golomb, Cheyenne Gorsuch, James Haseleu, Cameron Hurwitz, Isabelle Kulak, Renee LaGrosse, Ian Lecker, Averil Ludwick, Andrew Marcello, Gabriel Miller, Ethan Minzer, Mason Moore, Alex Paluso, Joseph Rees, Joseph Ruscoe, Madeline Schiavo, Austin Smith, Annabella Sueiras, Kennedy Walsh, and Ethan Williams

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From the Desk of the Principal: March Newsletter

03-01-2018Mrs. Kimberly Stevenson

We look forward with great joy to the celebration of the Resurrection of Jesus on Easter Sunday. Throughout Lent our school community has been focusing on the importance of this liturgical season as we prepare to enter into the Triduum, the holiest days of the year. The Triduum begins on Holy Thursday with the Mass of the Lord’s Supper. During this Mass we recall that Jesus gave His body and blood and taught us to care for others when He washed the disciples’ feet. The Triduum continues on Good Friday with the celebration of the Lord’s Passion. During this liturgical celebration we remember Christ’s sacrifice for us. On the night of Holy Saturday we celebrate the great Easter Vigil. During this celebration our Savior bursts out of the tomb and on Easter Sunday we continue to celebrate the Resurrection with great joy.

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