Thursday, March 27, 2014

Saint Day Mass

At St. Joseph School, every class has their own saint to celebrate.  The first grade where my son is now, their class saint  is St. Patrick.  Even though the celebration of St. Patrick  was on Monday last week, they had the mass  on Wednesday on St. Joseph day.  The first grades were the ones  in charge for all the  readings and they also sung a song for all of us before the mass has started. 
My daughter was part of the Bell Choir, they sung all the songs in the mass.
It's very uplifting to see these young generations being trained at church.  This  really  teach him how to overcome their  stage fright.  
It was  their Saint Day so  the kids were allowed to dress up  instead of wearing their uniforms.  Mrs. Gain, the teacher did a really good job with the kids.
Another school  year will be ending soon.  I can't believe my son will be in 2nd grade already and  Ms. Burrito will be in 4th.  Whew, where did the time go?  Anyway, before you go, here are the  short videos I recorded.

17 comments:

  1. You've got what you want with your kids education and moral values too. Nice mommy!

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  2. You've got what you want with your kids education and moral values too. Nice mommy!

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  3. It's nice to see the kids in the choir and this is also a good way of them to socialize.

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  4. What a wonderful way to celebrate it mommy. It is nice to see your kids and others in Church celebrating God. And a bell choir, how awesome!

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  5. It kinda reminds me of how we did too during my HS days...this is very nice...

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  6. lovely kids! i grew being so active in the church too! i was a choir second soprano that time until i grew up and move to the Big people mass or senior. It was amazing even though i have to wake up early in the morning

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  7. I love seeing my own children participate in any school activity. It never fails to make me proud no matter how small their participation is just so long as they like what they are doing and are being developed into becoming better human beings.

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  8. That's right! Start them young when they are still in their formative years. Learning about God and practicing their faith builds a strong foundation for responsible adulthood. As far back as I can remember, all my family members were raised in Catholic schools and I did the same with my three children. I hope they carry on the tradition when it is time for them to raise their own.

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  9. love to look at those kids' happy faces, indeed, church training is so multi-dimensional.

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  10. Reminds me of my grade school days having been schooled in a Catholic school from Prep to College. (Akala ko maging santa ako bwahahaha)

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  11. oh, all the kids look so happy and am sure you parents were so proud...your daughter and son have such cute smiles! you are raising them very well and will be God-fearing and generous adults :) God bless your beautiful family always :)

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  12. Awww! I am jealous with your kids Sis :-) They are so behave :-) Mr. Burrito looks so handsome as always :-) I was in a catholic school back in high school :-)

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  13. You're such a wonderful Mom, Rose! It It is evidently showing on how your kids are growing up. Kudos to you! Mwah!

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  14. $- thumbs up for parents who put emphasis on Spiritual and Moral values as part of their kids upbringing. You have a beautiful family.

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  15. Good job of raising spiritually inclined kids. That's rare nowadays.

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  16. I like to hear kids' choir because their voices are angelic and therapeutic for me.

    This reminds me of Loboc Children's Choir when I and my colleagues visited Bohol to check on the damages of the recent earthquake.

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  17. i wish my younger siblings are interested in church activities like I am. They are just so different! >.<

    You are very lucky to have kids like them Ate! :)

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It's always a pleasure to read what you have to say! Thank you!

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