St. Louis Catholic School Students Assist Local St. Vincent DePaul
February 08, 2016 | posted by Stephen Chavez
Topics: Catholic Schools
Photo caption: Fr. Jim Fischler along with James Werczynski and St. Louis Catholic School students from St. Vincent DePaul
The goal of Catholic education is to prepare young people for the future and to help them meet the challenges of life as Christians. St. Louis Catholic School educates children in a Christian environment that is “God – Centered. Pastor, parents, principal, teachers, staff and students are all involved in an ongoing process of building the Body of Christ.
The school ministers to the whole child, complementing the home in helping each child to develop their full potential (spiritually, intellectually, socially and physically). In harmony with our Catholic faith, each child will grow in faith, service and excellence. Our school provides a Catholic environment committed to educate the whole child implementing the home as their first educators. As partners in education, we “share the spirit” of Jesus Christ, provide Christian acts of service and develop leaders for the future by ministering to the whole child.
One way our student’s participate in such service acts is that they are called to bring a donation of Mac-N-Cheese to every first Thursday. This is then offered up to our Lord and savior at Mass by our students. Their offering goes a long way in supporting our local Saint Vincent DePaul in their works of charity.
For more information about St. Louis Catholic School or to schedule a tour, visit http://www.saintlouiscs.org/ or call 830-931-3544.
Photo credit: Ashley Cooper