St. Aloysius Catholic School is an integral part of a Jesuit parish community. Our mission, in partnership with parents, is to develop and harmonize the spiritual, intellectual, emotional, and physical capacities of each child. Our ultimate goal is to graduate students who will be leaders in action, modeled on Christ. Students at St. Aloysius have the unique opportunity to be a part of both the diocesan and Jesuit Catholic communities. St. Aloysius Church, although a diocesan parish, is staffed by Jesuit priests. Students participate in all-school Masses, grade level Masses and prayer services as well as classroom prayer, lunch prayer, and all-school Monday Morning Prayer. They study and observe the liturgical year along with other Catholic prayer traditions such as lighting of Advent wreaths, Jesse Tree prayer, Stations of the Cross, and Living Rosary. We celebrate all holydays with Mass if we are in school. Students of St. Aloysius know God as a loving father, and they grow in awareness of their own calling to be followers of Christ.
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