Parents, choosing educational excellence is one of the most profound decisions you can make for your child’s future! At DRVC, we are excited to introduce the Morning Star Initiative—an encompassing endeavor that embodies the core pillars of our Catholic school philosophy. With an unwavering commitment to fostering a robust Catholic culture, achieving academic excellence, nurturing a safe and supportive community, and boasting a longstanding history of school success and establishment, we invite you to explore the transformative opportunities that await your children within our halls! Diocese of Rockville Catholic Schools not only set the stage for comprehensive growth, but also establish a foundation for lifelong Catholic evangelization rooted in faith, knowledge, and community.
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Mother Teresa, also known as Saint Teresa of Calcutta, was an inspiring woman who dedicated her life to helping others. She was born in 1910 in Albania and later became a nun in India.
As we bid farewell to yet another amazing summer week, we are delighted to showcase some of the most cherished moments from the previous year. Our hearts swell with pride as we celebrate our vibrant Catholic culture, unwavering dedication to academic excellence, and the lively spirit that thrives within our community, fostering a truly comprehensive educational journey.
St. Ignatius of Loyola, born in 1491 in Spain, led a transformative life that left a lasting impact on Christianity. Initially an ambitious soldier seeking glory, a severe injury prompted a profound spiritual awakening during his recovery. Immersed in religious texts and inspired by the lives of saints, he underwent a radical conversion, dedicating his life to God and the service of the Church. Ignatius’ development of the “Spiritual Exercises” and the founding of the Society of Jesus showcased his commitment to education, missionary work, and social justice. Canonized as a saint in 1622, St. Ignatius remains an inspiration for countless individuals seeking lives of service, compassion, and profound devotion to God.
Saint Kateri Tekakwitha, also known as Lily of the Mohawks, lived an exemplary life of piety and humility making her a source of inspiration for many. She lived a simple life, devoting herself to God and serving others.
Spring has sprung, and Easter is just around the corner! For the Long Island Catholic Schools, this is a special time of year where students get to honor the passion of Jesus and celebrate his resurrection by enjoying some classic Easter traditions!