Honoring Mary

In the words of Pope Paul VI, May is “a month which the piety of the faithful has long dedicated to Mary, the Mother of God.”

Last week, we gathered as a school community to honor Mary, mother of Jesus, Queen of Heaven, at our annual May Crowning.

As is the tradition at St. Elizabeth School, we recognized those seniors who completed over 200 service hours during their time at St. E as part of our May Crowning Ceremony. Senior, Amanda Harrington, accumulated 991 service hours over her high school career and crowned Mary in our Upper School May Crowning ceremony. Alexis Reilly (5th) crowned the Blessed Virgin Mary and Addison Tolvasia (5th) served as crown bearer in our Lower School May Procession.

Thank you to all of our students who, by performing service, are living their faith and truly embracing how our ordinary work brings glory to God.

Seniors who have completed 200+ service hours:
Andrea Field - 348 service hours
Wesley Gant - 316 service hours
Victoria Harlam - 216.25 service hours
Amanda Harrington - 991.25 service hours
Nicole McGhee - 243 service hours
Kerry Morrison - 261 service hours
Ellie Rock - 213 service hours
James Saylor - 238 service hours
Abigale Townsend - 504.5 service hours

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