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Opening Weekly Masses

This was the opening week for liturgies at Butler Catholic School. While most of the day for students at Butler Catholic School is spent working on their studies like math and reading, the most important part of their week according to Principal, Sister John Ann, is spent together in the Chapel. Butler Catholic students have the unique privilege to attend Mass together in the school chapel once a week.  Students are divided by grade when attending Mass with grades 1-3, 4-5 and 6-8 celebrating together.  Surrounding area priests take turns celebrating the Eucharist with students, including priests from the school’s five merger parishes, St. Andrew, St. Fidelis, St. Michael the Archangel, St. Peter and St. Paul. The reason for the existence of Butler Catholic School is helping children to grow in knowledge of, and practice in living out, the Catholic Faith.  Through weekly attendance at Mass it is our hope that the students Learn Jesus, Love Jesus, and Live Jesus more each day.