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Twenty-fifth sunday in ordinary time
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St. Bridget Parish is a faith-filled congregation rooted in the Catholic faith. The Eucharist strengthens and sustains us, and we are committed to sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ in today’s world. We believe that everyone has something special to give our community in the form of time, energy, or treasure.
Statement of Intent
St. Bridget Parish, in the Archdiocese of Seattle, is a congregation of believers who follow the Roman Catholic Church’s tradition. We are committed to spreading the Gospel of Jesus Christ in today’s world, strengthened and preserved by the Eucharist. We seek to live lives of faith, hope, and compassion, characterized by the joy of the Gospel and a spirit of service to those in need, in accordance with the teachings of the Church. We are a group of grace, compassion, and mercy, guided by our patroness, St. Bridget of Kildare, and open to those who thirst for an encounter with the Living and Risen Jesus.
Second sunday of advent
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Fourth sunday of advent
1st grade – For our all-school baby shower, we decorated the entire cafeteria. We collected diapers and baby products for Birthright of Framingham and A Place to Turn in Natick during the month of January, all of which offer services to families in need. Over 6500 diapers and baby products were collected. We had a baby shower on Monday afternoon to thank all of the students for their service and to show Birthright and A Place to Turn all of the things we got, rather than just having an ice cream social for the sake of it. The first grade decorated the cafeteria with handmade baby shower decorations. Mrs. Cathleen Chaves, the principal, revealed where everyone went (i.e. their service field trips) and how much we had earned when the whole school gathered in the cafeteria for blue and pink cupcakes.
Tuesday – Students are Honored – Our students from Kindergarten to Grade 8 participated in a school-wide spelling football tournament on this day. We had four divisions: Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John, each with four teams (four homerooms) competing in a three-game round robin. The division winners then competed in a semi-final to see who will advance to the Spelling Football Superbowl at the end of the day. Kindergarten (KB) vs. 5th grade were the final two teams (5L). Kindergarten words were spelled as Kindergarten words, and fifth grade words were spelled as fifth grade words. The whole school tuned in to watch the final (complete with popcorn for those watching). Throughout the day, parents were kept informed, and the parents of the two final teams were invited to attend. In the end, 5th grade came out on top, with Kindergarten coming in second. It was an amazing experience with plenty of cheering and great camaraderie.