Catholic schools who are forming students as St. John Paul II states, "Before making practical plans, we need to promote a spirituality of communion, making it the guiding principle of education wherever individuals and Christians are formed…” (Novo Millennio Ineunte, #43).
Because this is a great time to engage your middle- or high-school age children when they just don’t want to do school work but are still open to learning. Or, better still, students who have completed their work and are recovering from extracurricular activities or sports may want to enjoy some "down time."
We chose this name for our blog to emphasize our school’s mission, vision and philosophy as summarized in the four Latin terms in our coat of arms – Libertas, Doclitas, Veritas, and Sanctificate. While each term is essential to fulfilling what happens within the school community, it is also important to fulfilling what we take outside of the school community, thus Sanctificate is the ultimate aim of an OCA education.