Feast of Immaculate Conception

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Feast of Immaculate Conception

In preparation for the Immaculate Conception mass, the senior peer ministry class initiated a candle decorating project where each advisory group was able to reflect on what it means to be a mother. This project brought us together in Mary’s name. These candles represent a prayer to the Virgin Mary, asking for her intercession to pray for the school on her holy day.

After the homily, the candles were lit, and the following reflection, based on the advisory group candle discussions, was read.

The warm light of a mother’s heart and love is always burning.  The flame is our beacon, our guide to success.

A mother figure is someone who you can laugh with, is respectful, strong, and compassionate.

A Mother is very understanding, always there for you, and will love you unconditionally.

A mother figure is love and kindness. she will always have your back.

A mother is someone who is there through the hardest of times; they protect and guide us.

A mother will always listen and advise, even if we don’t know what we need to hear.

Mothers help us to grow, no matter how far away they might be.

A mother figure forgives us while guiding us away from making more mistakes.

A mother is patient, supportive, and one of the lights of our lives.

A mother figure is someone who is thoughtful, lovely, warm hearted, and understanding of the needs of others.

A mother is someone who is selfless, caring, and will love you through all your faults.

A mother wants the best for her children.

Mothers hold us all together, like the glue of the family. They constantly help us become better people.

Intelligent, insightful, and forever loving are only the surface traits to the vast ocean of a mother’s heart.

Mary, our mother is beautiful, wise, welcoming, helpful, compassionate, understanding, and loving. She inspires us everyday to be the best version of ourselves. Mary – mother, we appreciate and love everything you do for us. May all mothers look to you as a shining example of how to take on the responsibility of being strong, selfless, and caring, just as you were for Jesus.

The job of a mother never ends.”