Catholic students focus on their faith
Neighbors | Submitted .Several fourth grade students from Holy Family School stand in front of a "Lumen Christi" bulletin board in the upstairs hallway of the school, designed by fourth grade teacher Kathy Holsinger. Pictured are (front row, left to right) Steven Hiner, Caitlin Palusak, Jacob Shogren, Patrick Assion (back row, left to right) Dominic DeToro, Patrick Howlett, Ava Szalay, Augusta Fox, Payton McMahon, Brian White and Matthew Ranno.
In light of Pope Benedict’s recent announcement to step down, several fourth-grade students from Holy Family School learned the importance of their religion.
The Lumen Christi bulletin board at Holy Family School was designed by fourth-grade teacher Kathy Holsinger. The purpose of the board is to make students and families aware of the Catholic identity and faith infused with learning.
The new Lumen Christi Catholic School System is made up of Catholic elementary schools in the Mahoning Valley Region. In Latin, the name means “Light of Christ” and at Holy Family School, a strong Catholic identity is pervasive through daily prayer, regular liturgy participation and the compassion that students demonstrate through service projects inside and outside of the school.