Daily Announcements

Daily Announcements

May 28, 2020


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Good Morning Heralds! Today is Thursday, May 28 and the last day of morning announcements for the 2019-2020 school year! This is what is happening at Saint John School:

Today’s Birthdays

There are no birthdays today.

Today’s Prayer Partners

Today’s prayer partner is Father Joe Ruggieri  Please remember him in our prayers.And please remember the Class of 2020 in your prayers as they graduate tomorrow!

News From Guidance

The last day to order a 2019-2020 yearbook is June 5th. Don’t miss our Pandemic Yearbook! Go to the school website https://www.sjheralds.org/

Look under Student Services tab and you will find the link to Order Yearbook

 

News From Campus Ministry

 

Today In History

On this day in 1754, in the first engagement of the French and Indian War occurred, a Virginia militia under the leadership of  22-year-old Lieutenant Colonel George Washington defeated a French reconnaissance party in southwestern Pennsylvania.

Thursday’s Weather

Today’s weather calls for scattered showers with a chance of rain. The temperature will be at a high of 71 and a low of 66.

Saint of the Day-   May 28th Saint Venerable Pierre Toussaint

 

Born in Haiti and brought to New York City as a slave, Venerable Pierre Toussaint lived an exemplary Catholic life both before and after gaining his freedom. Married and then widowed, Pierre continued his charitable works well into his elder years. He originally was buried outside St. Patrick’s Old Cathedral, a church to which he was once refused entrance because of his race.

Venerable Pierre Toussaint

 

Joke           

What kind of tree fits in your hand?

A palm tree!                                                                                    

Daily Affirmation

“Keep your face to the sunshine and you cannot see a shadow.” - Helen Keller

         

                                                          

                                

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