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Friday, October 29, 2021

God of laughter and joy, we turn to you in the way of our ancient ancestors,
grateful for the abundance of food and festivity that surrounds us this time of year.
May our treat this Halloween be grace that multiplies in depth and breadth as we grow older.

Amen

Saint John Baptist de La Salle – Pray for us!

Live Jesus in our Hearts – Forever

 

Daily Digest

  • Period 5: 8:30-9:50
  • WIN: 10:00-11:20
  • Period 7: 11:30-1:30 (to find which lunch wave you are in, click here and look for your 3rd period teacher)
    • Wave 1: 11:30-12:10
    • Wave 2: 12:10-12:50
    • Wave 3: 12:50-1:30
  • Period 8: 1:40-3:00

CHEESE OMELETTE, HASH BROWNS, FRUIT, MILK

GRAB ‘N GO: ASSORTED DELI SANDWICHES, ASSORTED ENTREE SALADS, ASSORTED PIZZA

  • 7:00pm: Varsity volleyball section semifinal @ Two Rivers

 

In the news…

The last two performances of DeLaSalle Theatre’s fall musical “Chicago – High School Edition” are tonight and tomorrow at 7:30pm on the Friendshuh Stage in the Florance Center. All reserved tickets have been purchased. You may still purchase general admission tickets at the box office on campus before a show. Tickets are $10 for general admission, $8 for senior citizens and students, and free for DeLaSalle students with school ID.

Chicago is a dazzling and satirical look at fame, justice, and the media machine. Set in 1920s and based on real-life events, Chicago follows Roxie Hart, a wannabe vaudevillian star who murders her lover and is arrested, despite her attempts to convince her pushover husband, Amos, to lie for her. In the Cook County Jail, Roxie meets her hero, the famed double-murderess and nightclub performer Velma Kelly. When both acquire the same lawyer, the greedy superstar, Billy Flynn, tensions come to a head as they vie for the spotlight.

Our All Souls Day Mass is next Tuesday, November 2. This is a special Mass when we remember and pray for all who have died. Our school community will observe the feast of All Souls Day with a school Mass during WIN #1. At this Mass, we invite you to lift up your loved ones who have passed away in three different ways.

  1. Bring in a Framed Photo. The Mass will incorporate a traditional Dia de Los Muertos (Day of the Dead) ofrenda table in front of the altar. We will display the framed photos of those who have passed on the ofrenda table to remember and pray for them during Mass. Photos can be dropped off in the Lasallian Ministry office or theology classrooms. Please mark the back of your photo with your full name so we can return it to you after Mass.
  2. Names in the Book of Remembrance: All theology classrooms will have a booklet where you can write the name of your loved ones who have passed. We will include this booklet in our ofrenda table and prayers.
  3. Offer a Candle at the beginning of Mass: Have you lost a loved one in the past year? We would like to give special remembrance to those who have died in the past year by bringing forward a candle in their honor at the beginning of Mass. If you would like to bring forward a candle for your loved one, please complete this brief form.

Seniors, do you need help with your college applications? College advisers are here to help you after school today. Stop by D104 after school at 3:00pm. They even have snacks!

Are you interested in helping distribute communion during Mass? We are in great need of students for this important ministry. If you are willing to serve, please sign up for the training session during WIN #1 on Friday (under Ms. Stecklein). Interested in other Mass ministries? Readings, set up, etc.?   Please contact Ms. Stecklein if you would like to get involved.  All are welcome.

If you are interested in participating in Alpine Ski as part of a co-op this winter, please fill out this form. We have a possibility of participating in a co-op, but will need to know how many participants are interested.

As an opportunity to seek God’s healing for ourselves and for our community, we invite you to join in this community wide pilgrimage.

What: A Pilgrimage with St. Martin de Porres, Patron Saint of Racial Reconciliation
When: Saturday, November 6, 2021 – 9:30am to 1:30pm
Where: Pilgrimage will start at 9:30am with a pancake breakfast at Ascension Church and end at the Basilica of St. Mary. (approximately 3 miles)
Cost: Free

Find more information and register here. Questions: Please contact Ms. Hodapp in room B215.

Are you interested in volunteering and building relationships with adults with developmental disabilities?  Join Lasallian Ministry during WIN #2 tomorrow to learn more about a new program connecting DeLaSalle students with clients from Workabilities Inc. – a day program for people with different abilities.  Sign up in SST under Ms. Stecklein.

Students may now register for winter sports at DeLaSalle! We offer boys’ and girls’ basketball, boys’ and girls’ hockey, boys’ swimming, wrestling, winter sideline cheer, and, new this year, nordic skiing. If you want to participate in a sport, you should register here as soon as possible so that you can receive important information about practices and the team. You must also have a current physical on file with the Student Activities office. 

October is Respect for Life Month, a time in which we’re invited to reflect more deeply on the dignity of every human life. As part of our DeLaSalle celebration of life, we will be partnering with Agape Oasis Child Care and Crisis Intervention Center and Mary’s Place Transitional Housing to help support those in need. Agape Oasis is in need of SCHOOL SUPPLIES (pencils, markers, notebooks, etc.) and Mary’s Place is in need DIAPERS (size 2-5 preferred). Please drop off donations in the portable baby crib located in Albers Atrium. Thank you for your donations!!