Spiritual Formation

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Growing as MS Classes

Fr. Timothy Wysocki, formation instructor, celebrates Mass for each middle school class monthly. This opportunity for the students to have an additional Mass beyond the weekly academy Mass is a moment for the students to pray for what is on their hearts...
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Happy Mother’s Day!

Happy Mother’s Day to all our Everest moms! Every year on the first Friday in May we have a triple celebration at the academy First Friday Mass: Mother’s Day, May crowning for the month of Our Lady, and the celebration of our first communicants!...
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Spiritual Formation: What It’s All About

“The Everest Collegiate High School & Academy Eucharistic Procession happens during Lent. It is a great time to reflect on what Jesus did for us because he is truly there in the Eucharist. This year was a little different. Usually we walk around...
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Preparing Our Hearts Together

Everest Academy students have been helping younger students to prepare for Holy Week. Religion teacher Mrs. Radich paired the students up to make crosses together and pray the Stations of the Cross together. Fourth-grade students worked with preschoolers...
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Living Our Best Lent

“During Lent, we are asked to devote ourselves to seeking the Lord in prayer and reading Scripture, to service by giving alms, and to sacrifice self-control through fasting. Many know of the tradition of abstaining from meat on Fridays during Lent,...
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Religion: Much More Than Prayers

Religion is taught from preschool through twelfth grade at Everest Collegiate High School & Academy. Students learn not only the basics about God and his love, prayers, and the teachings of the Catholic Church. They also discuss many real-life topics,...
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2nd Grade Prepares for Sacraments

The Everest Academy middle school campus ministry club members led adoration for the second graders during this semester’s adoration day. As the second graders are in the midst of preparation for their First Communions and first Reconciliation,...
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