3175 Paulskirk Dr, Ellicott City, MD 21042 (410) 461-9112
Mass Schedule: Saturday 5:15pm, Sunday 7:30am, 9:00am, 10:30am, 12:00Noon, 5:15pm
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Last week Resurrection/St. Paul School was notified that is has become a STEM School. This is a great achievement as it focuses on Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics and their integration which helps students to think critically to solve complex problems. As a Catholic School, we also incorporate religion and the arts into this equation and therefore are sometimes referred to as a STREAM School. You can imagine the lightbulbs going off as students draw connections between the various disciplines. So, a big congratulations to RSPS and the administration and faculty who have worked so hard to make this become a reality.
This past Thursday one adult and fifty-two teens from Resurrection and St. Paul were confirmed by Bishop Adam Parker. Congratulations to everyone. As we near the great feast of Pentecost, this outpouring of the Spirit into our Churches is a great reason for celebration.
This Sunday evening, May 19 at the Chapel of Resurrection from 7-8pm there will be a presentation of a Childhood Memories of the Holocaust. It is performed by the Columbia Center for Theatrical Arts, Inc. In years past we have hosted survivors of the Holocaust, but as we get further and further from this tragedy, very few survivors remain. This presentation is a way to keep these events in our memory as well as educate a new generation to the horrors of hate. The presentation is appropriate for children. I hope many of you can attend this event.
This is the last Sunday evening Mass at Resurrection until September. If you are in need of a Sunday evening Mass during the summer, Our Lady of Perpetual Help has a 5pm mass.