We stand in solidarity with our Jewish brothers and sisters, especially those in our school community. We invite everyone to join us at this prayer service at Temple Beth El this evening.
Service of Solidarity and Healing
Tuesday, October 30, 5:30pm
Temple Beth El, 800 N. Palafox St
Pensacola, FL 32501
There is a long established custom in the Christian tradition to prayerfully remember those who have died and have gone before us in the sign of faith. Though these prayers are offered throughout the year, the month of November is the time especially set aside for the remembrance of our beloved deceased family members.
As was the custom from last year, please send in the names of your deceased family members and we will publish their names on our Memorial Wall of Holy Souls and pray for them each morning as we gather at Morning Prayer.
We will begin this next Wednesday, so please take time to either download and send in the Holy Souls form form or complete our online form this week so our student council members will have time to have everyone’s name in place for Wednesday, November 1, All Saint’s Day.
Mrs. Elizabeth Snow
June 14, 1947 – April 25, 2018
For over thirty (30) years Pierrette has touched the lives of countless children at the school and church through her teaching in the classroom, teaching Religious Education classes, tutoring and coordinating First Reconciliation and First Holy Communion.
Pierrette had a wonderful sense of humor and always greeted her friends with a warm hug.
The Sacred Heart community will miss her and we offer our condolences to her daughter, Danielle. You will be in our thoughts and prayers.
Please remember the Camposagrado family in your prayers. Joey is in 5th grade.
Joey was hit in the head with a ball during Monday’s track practice. While a complete accident, this incident resulted in Joey being admitted to Sacred Heart Hospital where he is currently in Pediatric ICU.
We visited Joey and his family today and he seems to be doing well, although tired. His spirits are always positive as he is more concerned about others than himself.
As a family community, please remember Joey and his family in your prayers this week. If all goes well, Joey may be able to leave the hospital this weekend.
Recently one of our sixth-grade students was diagnosed with leukemia. She is currently undergoing chemotherapy so we would like to request that you keep her and her family in your thoughts and prayers in the coming weeks.