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BSM Blog: A Change of Heart this Good Friday

BSM Blog: A Change of Heart this Good Friday

My family went to Mass on Palm Sunday at the Parish my parents belong to and our celebrant was Archbishop Hebda. After the reading of the Passion - during which my first grader sounded out the words in the parts of the people, and to which she enjoyed shouting along with the people gathered “We want Barabbas!” - the Archbishop talked a bit about the “crowd mentality.” How easy it can be for us to shout, along with others, “Crucify Him!

BSM Blog: Spiritual Training

BSM Blog: Spiritual Training

A few weeks ago, every major league baseball team returned to Florida or Arizona for spring training. They will spend eight weeks or so getting into physical shape and working on the fundamentals getting themselves ready for opening day. They will work on bunting, hitting the cutoff man, covering first base as a pitcher and being able to quickly turn a double play.

Reflections on a “Game-Changing” Mission Trip

Reflections on a “Game-Changing” Mission Trip

At Benilde-St. Margaret’s, the principal of service is ever-present throughout daily activities performed by students, faculty and staff members. While this ideal is stressed every day at BSM, word of a recent project that is meant to aid the school in its journey of positively impacting the community has not been quite so widespread.

Good Friday – A Necessary Step on the Journey

Good Friday – A Necessary Step on the Journey

“Yet it was our infirmities that he bore, our sufferings that he endured, while we thought of him as stricken, as one smitten by God and afflicted.
But he was pierced for our offenses, crushed for our sins; upon him was the chastisement that makes us whole, by his stripes we were healed.
We had all gone astray like sheep, each following his own way, but the Lord laid upon him the guilt of us all.”
-Isaiah 53:4-6

Coffee and Donuts at Drop-Off

Coffee and Donuts at Drop-Off

Coffee and Donuts at Drop-Off, Tuesday, January 30 is a great day to drive your student to school! In celebration of Catholic Schools Week and to say "thank you for choosing Catholic Education," the Parent Association and student volunteers from the Red Knight Volunteer Corp will deliver coffee and donuts to parents in their cars when they drop off students in the morning. A well deserved perk for parents!

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