October Rosary Event at Holy Trinity School

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October Rosary Event at Holy Trinity School

September 9, 2013 (Louisville, Ky.) To honor and celebrate the month of October, the month of the Rosary in the Roman Catholic Church, the 5th grade students at Holy Trinity Parish School (423 Cherrywood Road) will gather on Tuesday, October 8 at 9:00 a.m. for a Rosary event that they have designed and planned.

On this day, all Holy Trinity students will gather in the church to pray the sorrowful mysteries.  Fifth grade students will guide their peers and help all in attendance understand this mystery of the Rosary. The fifth graders will use individual rosaries, a student-created “Living Rosary,” and The Rosary Guide interactive app that will be projected for all students to see.

The Catholic prayer, the Rosary, is made up of 20 events in the life of Jesus Christ and his mother Mary that are grouped into four categories, known as mysteries.  Typically, the joyful mysteries are recited on Mondays and Saturdays; the mysteries of light or luminous mysteries are recited on Thursdays; the sorrowful mysteries are recited on Tuesdays and Fridays, and the glorious mysteries are recited on Wednesdays and Sundays (www.vatican.va).

Members of the public are invited to join this event and are encouraged to bring their rosaries.

(Louisville, Ky.) To honor and celebrate the month of October, the month of the Rosary in the Roman Catholic Church, the 5th grade students at Holy Trinity Parish School (423 Cherrywood Road) will gather on Tuesday, October 8 at 9:00 a.m. for a Rosary event that they have designed and planned.

On this day, all Holy Trinity students will gather in the church to pray the sorrowful mysteries.  Fifth grade students will guide their peers and help all in attendance understand this mystery of the Rosary. The fifth graders will use individual rosaries, a student-created “Living Rosary,” and The Rosary Guide interactive app that will be projected for all students to see.

The Catholic prayer, the Rosary, is made up of 20 events in the life of Jesus Christ and his mother Mary that are grouped into four categories, known as mysteries.  Typically, the joyful mysteries are recited on Mondays and Saturdays; the mysteries of light or luminous mysteries are recited on Thursdays; the sorrowful mysteries are recited on Tuesdays and Fridays, and the glorious mysteries are recited on Wednesdays and Sundays (www.vatican.va).

Members of the public are invited to join this event and are encouraged to bring their rosaries.

FOR INFORMATION, contact Ashley Davenport, 897-2785, ext. 148,                                       adavenport@ht-school.org or Morgan Johnson, 897-2785, ext. 253,                                                               mjohnson@ht-school.org

 

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