The concept of Solidarity teams is simple: a dedicated time each day for our community to stop, pray, read, reflect, and grow in faith . All students and faculty are placed in groups of around fourteen persons, and they gather four times per week (M, T, Th, Fri) for twenty-five minutes each day (mid-morning).
Daily, there is a different activity or reading, about a virtue, a saint, the liturgical year, or the readings at Mass (in preparation for Wednesday's Masses). Some days, the whole session is given to silent prayer or a Rosary.
The teams are dedicated to different saints and heroes of our faith who are special to our students: St. Maximillian Kolbe, Our Lady of Guadalupe, St. Joan of Arc, St. Padre Pio, Fr. Vincent Capodanno, St. Brigid & St. Patrick, St. Maria Goretti, St. Stephen, St. Francis, and St. Joseph.
This year, Ms. Brinkman, our new faith formation director would like to add a weekly Solidarity Newsletter that will be sent to the school community, explaining what happened that week(topics covered, videos watched, who has Mass duty, etc.)
Look for the link under the Solidatiry Newsletters tab to the left!