Tiger Talk – March 24 2022 – Issue 61

Principal’s Message “The Gospel Acclamation for Tuesday, March 23, tells us that the words of the Lord are Spirit and life. The Lord has the words of everlasting life. As our Lenten journey continues this week, let’s remember the power of God’s word in the scriptures to transform our lives. Let us pray that the … Read more

Tiger Talk – March 04 2022 – Issue 58

Principal’s Message “Be merciful or Lord for we have sinned” is the psalm of Ash Wednesday and beckons the start of the Lenten Season. Our hearts are open to be washed clean and renewed. Over the course of the next 40 days, our community will pray, do service, participate in the sacred liturgy, and celebrate … Read more

Tiger Talk – January 26 2022 – Issue 53

Principal’s Message January 26 is the feast day of Saints Timothy and Titus, Bishops of the church. Both men were companions and disciples of St. Paul. They spread the gospel with great zeal and love for Christ. They both loved the scriptures and committed their life to sharing the love of Christ with their communities. … Read more

Tiger Talk – January 12, 2022 – Issue 52

Principal’s Message It is very important this time of the school year to stay winter weather prepared! At HSRCS we have our own weather-predicting station facilitated by our middle school science students under the leadership of Mrs. McQueen and Mrs. Dow. In the hallway outside the science lab, a traditional weather map is updated to … Read more

Tiger Talk – November 10, 2021 – Volume 27: Issue 48

Principal’s Message November 11 is our national celebration and holiday for Veteran’s Day. A beautiful program has been recorded that will be released on Thursday at 11:11am for all of our community to enjoy and celebrate. Many thanks to Chris Brightwell and Cathy Jodon for organizing all of the people that made the program possible. … Read more

Tiger Talk – September 22, 2021 – Volume 27: Issue 43

Principal’s Message On September 21, the Church celebrated the Feast of St. Matthew, Apostle and Evangelist. St. Matthew’s gospel specifically called God’s chosen people to see that the promised Messiah had come in Jesus. Matthew’s vocation was as a tax collector, not necessarily a position of high respect among the Jewish people. Even though Matthew … Read more

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