By Beth Donze Every Wednesday after the 3 p.m. dismissal, more than two dozen St. Edward the Confessor students voluntarily remain on campus to
By Beth Donze Reverence for human life – and the holy rosary – came together beautifully at St. Francis Xavier School on Oct. 6.
Harking back to a 3rd-Century practice in which monks kept track of their daily recitation of 150 psalms with loose pebbles, lower-school students at
Spending a few minutes in uninterrupted conversation with the Blessed Mother and her son is always time well spent. That’s what third, fourth and
When Barbara Vilen challenged small groups of her sixth-grade religion students to devise creative ways to present the rosary, she received everything from a