SFACA Celebrates Catholic Schools Week 2022, January 30th to February 4th

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The National theme for Catholic Schools Week is “Catholic Schools: Faith. Excellence. Service.” Catholic schools have a specific purpose: to inspire students to be good citizens of the world, love God and neighbor and enrich society with the leaven of the gospel and by example of faith.  Academic excellence is the hallmark of Catholic education intentionally directed to the growth of the whole person – mind, body and soul. Finally, service is fundamental to Catholic education and the core of Catholic discipleship. Service is intended to help people not only be witnesses to Catholic social teaching, but also active participants through social learning.

The CSW logo emphasizes that the Catholic school, like the Catholic Church, is not a building or an institution, but it is the people. As the people of God, we work together to bring the Kingdom of God to Earth and raise up the next generation to do the same. The image of teachers and students forming the foundation of the school shows that they are active people of faith who serve others and God.

Our own SFACA theme for Catholic Schools Week is Together Hand in Hand. This week, we will focus on the work of our hands. Whether they are held together in prayer or working in service to God and his people, may we continually strive to uphold our Christ centered mission here on earth.

We look forward to celebrating and sharing our school, with you.

Click here to download the schedule for the week —>SFACA Catholic Schools Week Flyer 2022

Click here for Registration & Open House Info —-> Registration for New and Returning Students

See below for more information and news and please revisit this page for CSW updates…


 

SFACA Celebrates Catholic Schools Week 2022

Posted on January 25, 2022

The National theme for Catholic Schools Week is “Catholic Schools: Faith. Excellence. Service.” Catholic schools have a specific purpose: to inspire students to be good citizens of the world, love God and neighbor and enrich society with the leaven of the gospel and by example of faith.  Academic excellence is the hallmark of Catholic education intentionally directed to the growth of the whole person – mind, body and soul. Finally, service is fundamental to Catholic education and the core of Catholic discipleship. Service is intended to help people not only be witnesses to Catholic social teaching, but also active participants through social learning. (more…)

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