Fifth-grade students at Holy Trinity School will gather Oct. 8 at 9:30 a.m. for a rosary presentation.
The student body will gather in the church where the fifth-grade students will lead the sorrowful mysteries.
In addition to individual rosaries and a student-created living rosary, the students also will use “The Rosary Guide” interactive computer application that will be projected for all students to see. The public is invited to attend and are encouraged to bring their rosaries.
Students in grades pre-kindergarten to eighth grade at Holy Trinity School participated in a walkathon, today, Oct. 3, at the school on Cherrywood Road.
Following a “Call to the Post,” a prayer from Father J. Mark Spalding and the school’s fight song, faculty, staff, students and parents participated in a 2K walk around the school grounds and local St. Matthews neighborhood.
The theme of this year’s walk was “Walking Sole to Soul,” which “reminds students of the connection between our faith and the work we do to support others.”
The money raised will go toward technology enhancements and various other improvements for the school.
Students at Holy Cross High School participated in the school’s inaugural “Great Day of Service” where 263 students and 24 staff members volunteered at eight local non-profit agencies.
The students and staff worked at Dare to Care, Catholic Charities, Junior Achievement, Big Brother/Big Sisters, Louisville Nature Center, Louisville Metro Animal Services, Parkway Medical Nursing Facility and Supplies Over Seas. (See photo, page 1).