During the month of November 2017, the students at St. Peter School learned about the virtue of Hope. We learned that evidence of this virtue “looks like, and sounds like” being able to share with others (trusting you will have what you need), recognizing that the gifts you have are from God, trusting that with God’s help you can “do all things through Him who strengthens you,” avoiding discouragement and complaint, and ordering your actions toward God. Hope is expressed and nourished through prayer.
The following students were nominated as Hope Saints in Training:
|Hudson||Hudson always has a positive attitude. He is very supportive of his little brother and encourages him. He works very hard in the classroom.|
|Augustine||Is positive and happy and has a great outlook on life and the future. Augustine always greets others with a smile and has such a joyful countenance.|
|Luke||Always polite and positive, responsive to his work, and brings joy to those around him.|
|Elizabeth||Elizabeth because she is always hopeful for situations that seem to be impossible. She delights in helping younger children and models such love for Jesus during Mass. She teaches the students how to pray in the lunchroom.|