Students of Immaculate Heart of Mary School in Still River, Massachusetts, nominated three local Catholic educational institutions to
Video footage of the Commencement Speaker for the Class of 2014, Mr. James Duffy…
Video footage of the speech by the Salutatorian of the Class of 2014, Timothy Fill…
Video footage of the speech by the Valedictorian of the Class of 2014, Mariana Kejariwal…
IHM is proud to be a part of the Still River Life Runners in association with the National Life Runners organization! The school's Pro-Life League hosted our first 5K race fundraiser on May 20th and it was a great success! There were over 75 participants, including friends, students and alumni.Thanks to the sponsorships and donations for this event, the League will be donating $4,000 to Problem Pregnancy in Worcester!
…O death, where is your sting? O Hades, where is your victory?
Christ is risen and you are abolished. Christ is risen and the demons are cast down. Christ is risen and the angels rejoice. Christ is risen and life is freed.
Christ is risen and the tomb is emptied of the dead: for Christ, being risen from the dead, has become the Leader and Reviver of those who had fallen asleep.
To Him be glory and power for ever and ever. Amen."
A gallery of photos from the events and celebration of Saint Patrick's Day 2014.
After the controversy of the South Boston parade (see more here) it was great to see that the Boston and New York parades were so successful! ....and of course, Talent Night is always a favorite!
Saint Patrick has triumphed once again!…
After all the plans were approved, the ground was broken for the new gym-building project on the feast of the Miracle of the Sun at Fatima, October 13, 2010. Since then the facility slowly taken shape, as the Brothers, volunteers and various construction workers chip away at it. We are so excited to see the project nearing completion and look forward to having our various school and monastery events in it!
To all outward appearances activity at MacIsaac Hall, now blanketed in snow, seems to be at a standstill; but do not be deceived. Unless the Center’s truck is busy snow plowing it can be seen almost every day parked outside MacIsaac Hall along with many other vehicles. Within the walls, the Brothers and builders are getting down to the “nitty gritty” of all that makes such a facility usable.
Every day students attend the Traditional Latin Mass. The Liturgical Year is the heartbeat of Immaculate Heart of Mary School. Students celebrate feastdays and Holy Days according to the traditional calendar. Each has deep spiritual meaning in the Catholic Liturgical Year.