A holiday message from Mary Sciarrillo, head of school

Dear friends,
As Christians around the world begin Holy Week, and our Jewish families begin Passover, may we all be blessed with moments in reflection that inspire us towards goodness for all. 
On Friday, April 11, our students led our community in prayer. The students prepared a path, outside our school building, marked with the Stations of the Cross. As we moved from Station to Station, the students reflected on each one’s meaning and message for us today. They closed with a prayer as we then moved to the next Station. 
The girls, working individually on reflections and then in groups, carefully and thoughtfully prepared a collaborated reflection for each Station. The messages are powerful and inspiring.  
Thank you to Trinity Hall’s Class of 2017 and to Melissa Whelan, our theology teacher!  These Trinity Hall Reflections can be found by clicking the link below. Share with your family, pray, and be inspired. How often we as adults learn from the children – read and enjoy. 
Wishing you a blessed Holy Week leading to a joyful Easter celebration! 
Mary Sciarrillo

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