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.
But most important is the commemoration of Marian feasts throughout the year. The Queen of Saints and Mother of God, Mary, is the influence that brings us together as members of the Mystical Body of Christ, a united family in the Catholic Church.
The Liturgical Year gives a pulse to the devotional life of a true Catholic, linking daily actions with the eternal.
Even more- the spirituality of the religious permeates the atmosphere; "To Jesus through Mary." Saint Louis De Montfort's True Devotion is a way of Life and practiced by many of the families at the school.
"If we want to have a good society, we must concentrate all our forces on the Christian education of the young. Experience has taught me that if we wish to sustain civil society then we should take good care of the young." ~Saint John Bosco
"Frequent Communion and daily Mass are the two pillars of education." ~St. John Bosco