Greeting card

Sunny skies, butterflies, and spring blooms covered handmade cards that were created by students in the Concord-Carlisle Catholic Collaborative Religious Education Program this month. The greeting cards will be distributed in the communities of Concord and Carlisle as part of the SVdP project to provide spring/holiday meals to neighbors in need. Religious Education students learned about the Soc. of St. Vincent de Paul Ministry and our mission to promote the well-being of others while growing spiritually and doing spiritual good. By sharing messages of joy and hope, the students demonstrated how they “Help Us Help Others” through their actions and their prayers.

Many thanks to Maria Rosen, C-C Catholic Collaborative Religious Education Coordinator, the religious education teachers, and the student artists who helped create cheerful cards to bring joy to others this spring season. Their efforts truly demonstrate how their acts of generosity and sharing their talents can bring hope to our neighbors who may be facing hardship this season.

student working on card
A fourth-grade student in the C-C Catholic Collaborative Religious Education Program adds finishing touches to a cheerful greeting card that will be shared with a neighbor this spring.
Teacher and student
 C-C Catholic Collaborative K-1 Religious Education Teacher, Katherine Benjamin, and her daughter, joined students who created greeting cards as part of the Soc. Of St. Vincent de Paul Spring/Holiday Meal Project.

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