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High School Debates this Thursday, Dec. 10

Roundtable

Holy Family’s high school debates are this Thursday, Dec. 10 from 12:30 to 3:00 p.m. and from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.

If you’ve ever wondered whether you can be merciful without being just, or whether virtue can develop without great literature and art, or whether materialists can write poetry, then our debates are for you. (more…)

December 10 Newsletter online

news openclipart-orgThe December 10 Newsletter is online here, and has been emailed to the parent list.

You can also find the latest St. Gabriel Messenger on the Newsletters page.

Please contact info@holyfamilyacademy.net with any questions.

Rome Pilgrimage Documents

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Click here for an overview of our junior and senior pilgrimage, departing November 22!

Click here for practical travel points.

St. Cecilia’s Night on Friday, Nov. 20!

St. Cecilia flyer pic

Sign up for Parent-Teacher Conferences online!

Online signup for November Conferences is here!

K–5 Conferences are on Tuesday and Wednesday, Nov. 18 and 19, from 3:30–5:00, and on Monday, Nov. 23 from 10:00–3:00.

6–12 Conferences are on Friday, Nov. 20 from 8:30–4:00.

Contact info@holyfamilyacademy.net with any questions.

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November 5 Newsletter online

news openclipart-orgThe November 5 Newsletter is online here, and has been emailed to the parent list.

Contact info@holyfamilyacademy.net with any questions.

World Meeting of Families: Miss Cintorino Reports

world-meeting-of-families-philadelphia-2015-logoIn September, Miss Cintorino was able to attend the World Meeting of Families in Philadelphia, which was inaugurated by Pope St. John Paul II in 1992 to discover ways to strengthen and defend the importance of the family. Families from all over the world are invited to attend the week-long Congress and listen to distinguished speakers talk on a variety of topics concerning the family.

with St. Gianna Molla's daughter

with St. Gianna Molla’s daughter

The topics ranged from speaking on the role of the family in society, the family as the domestic Church, the family and the new evangelization, the importance of grandparents, immigration laws and their effects on the family, and the challenges the family faces in the modern world. Several of the keynote speakers included: Bishop Robert Barron, Cardinal Robert Sarah, Scott Hahn, Cardinal Sean Patrick O’Malley, and Professor Helen Alvare. Miss Cintorino reports: (more…)

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