By Sue Brown, Director of Marketing and Community Relations
Catholic Schools Week is a time of celebration for all Catholic schools, both locally and nationally!
Here in the Archdiocese of St. Louis, we celebrate around a unifying theme--Alive in Christ--that embodies our Catholic identity, our academic excellence and our commitment to Christian service to the community, both local and global.
This week, each Catholic school celebrated in its own way, with its own traditions or new, exciting events.
For example, St. Simon Catholic School kicked off Catholic Schools Week on Monday morning, January 27, with a very special concert for the students.
The guest of honor was St. Louis' own praise and worship musician, Adam Bitter, who took the time to give Flat Louie a “high five.”
Flat Louie is becoming a bit of a "rock star" himself these days. To get to know him better and how he is helping us join in the celebration of the 250th Anniversary of the City of St. Louis, AND of our patron, St. Louis the King, visit http://archstl.org/education/page/devotion-saint-louis
To read more about Catholic schools and Catholic Schools Week, read The e-Vangelizer at http://archstl.org/education/page/e-vangelizer. To subscribe, write firstname.lastname@example.org.