Welcome back from Christmas break. It is our hope that the time off was restful and enjoyable with family and friends. As your sons returned to school this week, we adjusted back to our routines and are now looking forward to a great semester.
The Christmas season is full of Lasallian imagery and spirituality. In fact, the Signum Fidei star is rooted in the star that led the shepherds and wise men to the Christ child. As a Lasallian community, we are called to have a deep faith in God’s plan and to follow the light of the star and believe in the impossible as St. Joseph did on that cold, dark night. He is a model for all of us to emulate throughout the year.
The Christmas story did not end on December 25th or the feast of the Epiphany on January 6th. Both the Christmas story and the story of De La Salle lives within us throughout the year. We must answer the call to be of humble service to others every day and to truly allow Jesus to live within our hearts so we may become signs of faith to others. Our Lasallian spirituality calls us to become beacons of light and to lead others closer to God.