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St. Gregory the Great School

Spiritual Theme:  We believe in the communion of saints


Last year as we celebrated the 60th anniversary of St. Gregory the Great School, we focused on the life, spirituality, and charism of Venerable Nano Nagle, the foundress of the Presentation Sisters, whose Sisters were the pioneer leaders of our school.  To further enhance their legacy and the legacy of the many holy women and men who have offered their lives in service to our church, this year we will spend time with our saints. As we consider the life of all saints, those canonized and the many others who will never have the one syllable “saint” in front of their names, the following is offered to you:  The wonderful thing about saints is that they were human. They lost their tempers, scolded God, were egotistical or testy or impatient in their turns. Made mistakes and regretted them. Still they went on doggedly blundering toward heaven. (Phyllis Mc Ginley--American writer)


Month                                             Saint                                            Feast Day

September                              St. Gregory the Great                       September 3rd

October                                   St. Anthony of Padua                         June 13th

November                               St. Kateri Tekawitha                           July 14th

December                             Sts. Louis & Zelie Martin                      July 12th

January                                  St. Elizabeth Ann Seton                     January 4th

February                              St. Monica & St. Augustine               August 27th & 28th

March                                     St. Teresa of Calcutta                        September 5th

April                                          St. Maria Goretti                                   July 6th

May                                             St. John Paul II                                October 22nd