Each morning, our school community begins with prayer.
On Mondays, we gather in Church for Morning Assembly. We feel it is important that we gather as the One Body of Christ in our campus' most sacred space.
On Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays, Morning Prayer is recited over the school's intercom system. Each week, a different homeroom is responsible for leading Morning Prayer.
On Fridays, we gather in Church for the Celebration of the Eucharist. It is the most important part of the week and we look forward to sharing the Body of Christ with Fr. Jack!
Morning Prayer Outline Petition of the Day The Mark of Our Faith Our School's Mission Statement The Apostles Creed The Morning Offering Scripture Reading of the Day The Our Father The Hail Mary The Prayer to the Blessed Sacrament The Mark of Our Faith
This past Advent, the Blessed Sacrament Catholic School community created an Angel Tree for the Retired Sisters of Divine Providence (CDPs).
Through the generosity of our families, we were able to provide gifts for over 100 retired sisters living at Our Lady of the Lake.
During the Holy Season of Lent, the Blessed Sacrament Catholic School community collected 3,590 food items for those most in need.
The project, coordinated by the National Junior Beta Club, benefited Catholic Charities of San Antonio, the Blessed Sacrament St. Vincent de Paul Food Pantry and St. Alfonso Catholic Church.
October Blessing of the Animals Daily Decade of the Rosary
November Cards of Thanksgiving
December (Advent) Campus-Wide Jesse Tree First Reconciliation Sacrament of Reconciliation Our Lady of Guadalupe Celebration Preparing the Manger Christmas Program Children's Christmas Mass
January Catholic Schools Week
February and March (Lent) Cross of Love Stations of the Cross Sacrament of Reconciliation Chaplet of Divine Mercy Living Stations of the Cross
April Regina Coeli First Holy Communion
May May Crowning Commissioning of the Grades
Beginning with the 2015/2016 academic year, students across grade levels are required to know certain Catholic prayers. This ensures that our children understand their connection their ancestors and the Communion of Saints.
Kindergarten and First Grade The Sign of the Cross The Lord's Prayer The Hail Mary The Doxology (The Glory Be)
Second Grade Prayers Listed Above The Apostles' Creed The Prayer to the Blessed Sacrament The Act of Contrition
Third Grade Prayers Listed Above The Hail Holy Queen
Fourth and Fifth Grades Prayers Listed Above The Morning Offering
Sixth, Seventh and Eighth Grades Prayers Listed Above The Anima Christi
The Corporal Works of Mercy 1. Feed the Hungry 2. Give Drink to the Thirsty 3. Clothe the Poor 4. Shelter the Homeless 5. Visit the Sick and Imprisoned
The Spiritual Works of Mercy 1. Bury the Dead 2. Teach about God's Love 3. Comfort the Suffering 4. Forgive Wrongs 5. Be Patient with Everyone