DARE Graduation for the 5th grade students will be Tuesday, November 29, 2016 at Holy Name Catholic School at 2:00 p.m. in Mrs. Garber’s classroom. Parents and family are encouraged to attend and celebrate!
The Annual All School Art Show will begin on Thursday, December 1, at the Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library. There will be an artist’s reception from 4:00-6:00p.m. in the Inner Circle to kick off our show. Grades Pre-K through 8th grade will be on display. Please come and celebrate our talented art students. We are looking for finger food and treats for the reception. If you can help, please bring the items to school on Thursday, or take to the Inner Circle at the library after 3:00 p.m. We are looking forward to you joining us.
Season starts Dec. 5. Mon - Fri from 3:15-5:15 pm in the gym.
Show Viking pride with our spirit gear sale! Spirit attire can be worn on free dress days. Contact the school for more information.
"At Holy Name Catholic School, students are challenged to be the best they can be in academics, the arts, sports and in showing others respect.
They learn teamwork by observing interactions between teachers and through project based learning. The best part is that all of this is accomplished in a loving, family-like environment where the teachings of Jesus Christ and prayer are integral parts of daily education."
Dress Code at Mass: Logo attire is mandatory on Mass days. Jeans are not allowed and girls who wear tights must have coverage that covers no less than 2 inches above their knee. Order uniforms at the link above.
1st Sundays: School Mass at 5:30pm
1st Fridays: Divine Mercy at the Church, 8:05am
2nd Tuesdays: Can and Spirit
2nd Thursdays: Book Awards
Each candle on the Advent Wreath has a specific meaning:
Candle one (purple) represents hope. It is often called the prophets' candle.
Candle two (purple) represents peace. It is often called the angels' candle.
Candle three (pink) represents joy. It is often called the shepherds' candle.
Candle four (purple) represents love. It is often called the Bethlehem candle.
Many advent wreaths also include a Christ candle in the middle of the wreath.