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Community Service

“Whatever you do for the least of my brothers and sisters, you do for me.” Matthew 25:40

The Old and New Testament are the biblical origins for the Corporal Works of Mercy, which reflect the Church’s teachings on Catholic social justice. Pope John Paul II reminds us in his writings, Rich in Mercy: “Jesus Christ taught that man not only receives and experiences the mercy of God, but he is also called to practice mercy toward others: Blessed are the merciful, for they shall obtain mercy.” 
We are called to be Christ’s hands and feet—to care for others and to care for God’s creation. As a Catholic School the Corporal Works of Mercy play an important part of our spiritual growth. 
Every month the students and staff will be participating in a service project that assists people in our community. We will also be partnering with the Christian Service Committee on projects within our parish community. It is important that other’s feel the hand of God in our midst when they are in need of compassion and understanding.
Monthly Community Service Projects

September

2019 - Monroe County Humane Society 
October
2019 - Saint Anne's Food Closet 
November
2019 - Jeans for Troops: Collected funds for our veterans!
December
2019 - Assisted our Saint Charles Christian Service Ministry and adopted families.  Each class adopted 1 family member and provided essentials and gifts from a wish list. 

January

2020 - Ronald McDonald House Charities

February

2020 - American Heart Association Fundraiser

March
2020 - American Heart Association Fundraiser

April

2020 - Offering prayers: School building closed due to COVID


May

2020 - Offering prayers: School building closed due to COVID