Hello everyone, welcome to This Week At St. Joe’s (TWAS). Contrary to popular belief, summer is a crazy busy time around school. A lot of things happen that keep us energized and focused on the future during the summer. Here are a few things that happened This Week at St. Joe’s (TWAS): Two new … Continue reading
An important update from Mr. Richards – SCIENCE TESTING RESULTS As we complete different segments of our spring testing, I will aggregate results and share them with you. We start science testing in 4th grade, so to show growth of our students, we will look at grades 5-8 to show the spring to spring growth. … Continue reading
Next Saturday evening, May 5th, is our most anticipated event of the school year, Boogie Blast! I wanted to write this note to personally invite each of you to come and support us and see some familiar faces from the past. RSVP HERE. For those of you that follow us on Facebook, I hope you have … Continue reading
Open the Gates! I imagine that all of us have had experiences where we are eager to open our doors for a much-anticipated guest. Prior to the guests’ arrival we work hard to prepare the rooms of our homes, to make some food to share and we plan some entertaining activities for our guests. There … Continue reading
The Rich History of St. Joseph Catholic STEM School St. Joseph Catholic School was built on the backs of Minnesota’s first citizens. The school first opened in the fall of 1860, just two years after Minnesota became a state and just a few months prior to Abraham Lincoln’s inauguration as the 16th president of … Continue reading
Our world needs light; God’s light of love. Can you commit to 1% more in prayer, fasting and almsgiving all year long? 2%? 5%? Let’s be a Beacon of Light to our community that brings more souls to Christ, and evangelize our community like never before!
The gospel story of Jesus destroying the temple is at the forefront this week. For some reason, the imagery of Jesus being angry and overturning the temple is one that I can see very easily.
What if? I’ve always been a wonderer. I find myself wondering and dreaming about things, some are realistic possibilities, others are just far off thoughts. At adoration this week I found myself wondering about what my life would have been like if I had lived at the time and place when Jesus walked the earth? … Continue reading
In today’s American culture, one of the fastest growing responses to faith affiliation is a reply called, “NONE”.
I have the best job in the world! Here are a few stories that justify my point.