The Final Stretch
Bruin Press May 12, 2020 Edition
St. Bernard of Clairvaux Catholic School
Tuesday, May 12 - Thursday, May 14th - SBS Book Fair (only 3 days left)
Thursday, May 14th - 7 PM - SBS Faith Group Zoom Meeting
Tuesday, May 19th - 6:00 PM, Church - Reconciliation (for Confirmands)
Wednesday, May 20th - Last Day of School for 8th Grade
Thursday, May 21st - 6:30 PM, Church - 8th Grade Graduation
Monday, May 25th - Memorial Day - NO SCHOOL
Tuesday, May 26th - Last Day of School for PreK3 - 7th Grade
Tuesday, May 26th - 7:00 PM, Church - Confirmation
Wednesday, May 27th - Friday, May 29th - Clean Out Days
DATES AND DETAILS
SBS Faith Discussion Group Zoom Meeting - Thursday, May 14th
To join, please see the Zoom Meeting ID and Password in the email from Mother Servant (sent May 6th), or contact Mother Servant at firstname.lastname@example.org.
SBS Book Fair is Winding Down!
This information and much more, including the Bishop's Decree and upcoming calendar, is also available on the St. Bernard of Clairvaux Parish website.
Fall Athletic Registration
See the links below for further information about fall sports, as well as the registration form and physical form.
In addition, volunteer coaches are needed for 2020-2021. If you have any interest in helping out as a coach or assistant coach, please contact Coach Weaver at email@example.com or 214-321-2897 ext 114.
Finally, Coach Weaver is looking for DPL sports pictures from this past year for the yearbook, so if you took some great pictures during your kid's game, now is the time to hunt them down and send them to Coach Weaver at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Virtue of the Month - Zeal
Last week we explained the definition of ZEAL - great energy or enthusiasm in pursuit of a cause or an objective. In religious terms, zeal is manifested by an impelling desire to advance the glory of God by making him better known and loved. We have no better example of someone who demonstarted this virtue of ZEAL than the Patron Saint of our School and Parish, ST. BERNARD OF CLAIRVAUX.
ST BERNARD OF CLAIRVAUX was a French Abbot. He founded numerous monasteries, composed a number of works, and undertook many journeys for the honor of God. He is known as one of the founders of the Cistercian order of monks and leader of the crusades. Today his writings still guide spiritual lives not only of the order he made famous, the Cistercians, but of men and women in all walks of life. What Bernard is remembered for today, more than his reforming zeal and zealous crusade preaching, is his mystical writings. His best known work is On Loving God, in which he states his purpose at the beginning: "You wish me to tell you why and how God should be loved. My answer is that God himself is the reason he is to be loved."
To read some of his writings you can download one of his books Here.
FORMED - CATHOLIC FAITH ON DEMAND
The “Catholic Netflix” FORMED has inspiring movies and video-based studies, audio talks, and e-books from the Church's most compelling speakers and authors, and we now have free access through our Parish! Please be sure to re-subscribe under our Parish name to get free access.
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GUESS THAT 2020 BRUIN CUB!
Thank you, parents, for sharing your 2020 Bruin Cub pics with us.
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BL Summer Camps
NEW! Virtual Camp Clubhouse - We hope to proceed with Summer at Bishop Lynch’s much-loved summer camps as planned, but we will also debut an extra virtual experience for your kindergarten through eighth-grade students during June and July.
The new Virtual Camp Clubhouse will bring the best of BL’s summer camps straight to you! With an all-access family pass for just $129, you can get both recorded videos and live streaming instruction throughout the summer months. You can access more information on their website.
Prayer for the Home:
Reflecting on the Resurrection in Scripture and Art - This beautiful resource contains Scripture passages that can be read throughout the Easter season, coupled with images to color for younger children. They are inspired by the stunning mosaics at Centro Aletti in Rome.