On November 1st, students at our schools across all of Long Island joined us with happy hearts, fun dress, and curious minds in honoring the lives of the saints. What a beautiful day celebrating the beauty and richness of our Catholic faith! Take a look below for yourself!
All you Holy Men and Women, pray for us!
If you are interested in enrolling your child in any of our schools, you can find which school is closest to you. You can also find links to to featured schools beneath each photo below.
^ Can it get any cuter than this? Great costumes, St. Patrick’s School students!
^ Check out some of the awesome headwear on these Sts. Philip and James School students!
^ You look just like the saints in your images, St. Elizabeth Ann Seton 2nd grade students!
^ Which of these fun Our Lady of Lourdes students is representing your favorite saint?
^ Such sweet voices. Great job St. Elizabeth Ann Seton students!
^ Fun angel wings, St. Edward the Confessor 5th grade students!
^ Check out these creative costumes from John Paul II School students! Do you spot your favorite saint?
^ That’s a lot of saints, St. Brigid/Our Lady of Hope School!
^ So cool to learn about these saints from you, St. Martin de Porres 5th grade students!
^ Congratulations, Ryan! Welcome to the Catholic faith!
^ This beloved song and these cute costumes will be stuck in our head for the rest of the day, St. Martin of Tours students!
^ Thank you for celebrating the lives of the saints with St. Mary’s Elementary School, Bishop Barres!
^ Wonderful costumes, St. Patrick’s 8th grade class! Great job on your presentations too!
^ So glad we could see your parade, Trinity School kiddos!