- Day School
- Parish School Religion (PSR)
- Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA)
- Catholic Women’s League (CWL)
- Haiti Parish Twinning Program
- HR Athletic Association
- Parish Men’s Club
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- HR Youth Ministry
Before we close the books on this school year, we should take a look back and reflect on some of the accomplishments of this past year. There were many accomplishments and successes for which we should give thanks.
First, we recently graduated 24 eighth graders in a beautiful ceremony on May 27. All of our eighth graders were accepted to private Catholic high schools with many of these students receiving scholarships from either community organizations or from the high schools themselves. Congratulations to the eighth graders and their families! We will miss you and wish you well in your educational journey. Please come back to visit often.
One thing we know from students who come back to visit is they feel that Holy Redeemer has prepared them well for high school. In fact, last week when I attended the Principals’ Institute I was told by several high school administrators that they can always recognize former Holy Redeemer students since they are so well prepared. This news is certainly worth celebrating.
This year as I visited classrooms, I witnessed a great deal of innovative teaching, so I would like to thank all of the teachers for their dedication to their students and their craft. I saw teachers embracing technology in the classroom and using it to help their students research, create, and publish projects. I witnessed an increase in writing in all grades as we worked as a whole school on writing across the curriculum. In addition, I saw hands-on science and math learning. I feel honored to work amongst staff members who continue to raise the bar each year and provide their students an excellent education.Read More
It often occurs to us during the winter months to look in on our senior neighbors who live alone, but probably not as much during these summer months. It is not only a time when we see extreme temperatures, but it is also a time when we see a lot of power outages. Be mindful of those in your neighborhood who might need our extra attention. In addition, these same folks are not always getting the best nourishment. Perhaps they have a difficult time getting to the store, or they might not have the energy to cook just for themselves. Folks here in the parish have been just terrific in sending up meals to the rectory, so it might be helpful to extend some of that same generosity to our shut-ins. I know how grateful I have been for the meals prepared for us, so I know these elderly friends in the neighborhood would be just as thankful. I would say that if it is in the realm of possibility, some of those same folks who live and eat alone, would really enjoy an occasional invitation to join your family at the supper table. It isn’t after all fine cuisine that most of us seek when we sit down to eat as it is the company of others.
Saturday Vigil: 5:00 p.m.
Sunday: 7:30, 9:00 and 11:00 a.m.
Weekday: M-F 6:15 & 8:15 a.m.
SACRAMENT OF RECONCILIATION:
Saturday: 4:00 to 4:45 p.m.
Holy Redeemer Parish School of Religion (grades 1-8) acts as a support for the students and families of the parish as they live out their Baptismal call and give witness to the Good News in word and deed. It is the desire of the program to incorporate the students and their families into the faith life of the parish community.