Blessed Trinity Catholic School plans to open to classroom and live stream instruction on Aug. 26. Our plans and protocols have been established as we prayerfully and carefully consider the best ways to provide instruction and keep our students and faculty safe so that we will be able to stay in school. As circumstances continue to evolve and additional information becomes available, we will adjust our plans and protocols. We ask for your prayers, support and patience as we work together to safely educate our children.
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Miles to Go is a compassion movement started in Orlando by a 9-year old boy named Miles. Inspired by his example, Blessed Trinity School is helping to spread love to the Ocala homeless community. We are having a school wide supply drive through April 10th. On April 12th, we will have a Packing Party in an effort to pack 500 bags of essentials. These bags will be donated to Hope Clinic and Brother’s Keeper. In addition, any student who brings in 20+ supplies will get a bag for their family to gift to someone in need.
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Miles To Go is a 501c3 started by a 9 year old boy who saw a need in his community. Providing essentials to the homeless.
Congratulations to Isabella Nieves for winning 2nd Place at this year’s Focus 11 in Orlando!
You might not think 11-year-olds and 11th graders have much in common. But they do! According to research, children in these two age groups think a lot about vocations or their purpose in life. That’s why the Diocese of Orlando sponsors a yearly Focus 11 event to reach these students during this critical time. Organized by the Office of Vocations, the event gives youth the opportunity to learn about religious life and God’s plan for their life. Besides the celebration of Mass, the students from Catholic schools, as well as public and home-school, hear from priests and religious sisters about what led them to their religious vocation. “I never thought I would be a sister. It never entered my mind. In high school, I was dating and a majorette in the band,” said Dominican Sister Rosemary Finnegan, OP. However, in her junior year of high school, she took a part-time job at her church rectory answering phones. One day, a priest asked her if she ever thought of becoming a sister. She laughed at first but soon became interested in the idea and after high school entered the convent. “I have no clue why I’m sitting here today living this life that I love. Vocation is really a mystery,” she added. Sister Immaculate Knox, a Sister of Mercy, has spoken about her personal vocation story and encourages the youth to find quiet time to reflect and pray on what each of them is called to do. “Let us speak often to Jesus. How will you get to know Jesus? Pray. Jesus has a dream for each of us,” she said. “If today you hear his voice, harden not your hearts,” she added. During Focus 11 students also tour an exhibit hall with displays about various religious orders and colorful posters about vocations.
Article from Diocese of Orlando Website