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Weekday morning rosary open to all

English teacher Mr. Jeff Mulvey and math teacher Mrs. Barb Gillming have added a rosary ceremony every Monday through Thursday during the school year starting at 7:10 in the Chapel.

“The rosary is a very peaceful prayer. Beginning the day in praise and contemplation of Jesus and His Holy Family is a great way to start the day,” Mulvey said.

Mulvey and Gillming organized the morning Rosary so that students and faculty could have an opportunity to enrich their spiritual life and be a part of a prayer community. There is also a morning mass every Friday in the chapel that is open to everyone to join, so there will not be a rosary ceremony on Fridays.

Everyone is welcome to join, and rosaries will be provided. They end by 7:30 so that students don’t feel rushed to get to Bell A. The prayers are led by Gillming, but as more students get involved, there will be a rotation of who leads the prayers every morning.

“Anyone who loves the Lord and wishes to make him a larger part of their day is encouraged to join us whenever they can,” Mulvey said.

About Claire Murray

Claire Murray is the editor in chief of the McNicholas Milestone. She is involved in soccer and Service Club. In her free time she likes to play soccer and spend time with her friends and family.

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