In September, each class celebrated Mass of the Holy Spirit in the Jack Curran Gymnasium. While the Liturgy Committee organizes numerous liturgies throughout the year, the Mass of the Holy Spirit in September represents the only time each class celebrates together. This is an important tradition that gives all students a chance to pause and reflect on themselves, each other, and the year ahead.
Leading up to the week, Students in the Liturgy Committee painted flames that represent gifts given to us by the Holy Spirit, things which set us “on fire” and help us be our best selves. Students in each homeroom were encouraged to write words on the flames that represent things they are passionate about which allow them to be their best selves. Students wrote words such as parents, friends, sports, music, theater, and much more. The flames were then displayed at the altar during each Mass.