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All Saints Day Mass

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This month, our first graders put on the annual All Saints Day Mass. Mallory from 1A was interviewed on the inside information. She said she was Saint Theresa and she was so happy to be in the mass. She says that Saint Theresa helped the poor and sick. Then to get more information, I talked to Nate, Sydney and Brayden from 1B. Nate said there was a lot of St. Francis’. Sydney was St. Bernadette and said that St. Bernadette met the Virgin Mary. She included that there was a ton of St. Elizabeth’s. Lastly, Brayden said he was St. Francis and that St. Francis could talk to sheep.

The mass was very fun and festive. Great job first grade! I know everyone in the church was excited to see the ‘Saints Go Marching In’!

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Jessie Morales is an 8th grader who has attended St. Philips for 9 years. This is Jessie's 2nd year on the Falcon's Flyer Staff and her 3rd year on the...

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