The Living Rosary 2018

October is the month of the Holy Rosary.

In Bloomfield, the Living Holy Rosary is an annual event wherein members of the BA community come together to the Covered Court to pray the Holy Rosary. This year, the students, parents, teachers, and staff prayed at the covered court on October 2, 2018.

The Living Rosary started with the procession of the Most San Lorenzo Ruiz-Like and the Most Mary-Like awardees from Kinder to Grade 12. Participants followed to form the giant rosary in the covered court.

The Most Mary-Like and the Most San Lorenzo Ruiz- Like awardees offered flowers to the Blessed Virgin Mary.

Sir Jason Montaron, our CLE teacher, gave the introduction before the recitation of the Holy Rosary.

Ms. Erlinda Juan, our school principal started the first bead as she recited the Apostle’s Creed.

Sir Justin Bron, our English teacher, offered a petition.

Following are the images of parents and students who recited the prayers for each mystery.

After reciting each bead of the Rosary, the parent-child participants went on stage to offer a lighted candle and flowers to the Blessed Virgin Mary.

A dramatic voice narration by the Most Mary-Like and Most San Lorenzo Ruiz- Like was done for every mystery.

Sir Ruel Carballo prayed the Hail Holy Queen in honor of the Blessed Virgin Mary.

Ms. J expressed her gratitude to the parents and students for participating in the Living Rosary. She also gave some reminders as the semestral break was about to begin.

The symbolic release of the balloons and doves at the MPH 1.

The celebration of the Living Rosary reminds us that we should always imbibe in us the values of humility and solemnity. It is also an event that makes the Bloomfieldian’s faith stronger, as he or she nurtures spiritual growth which leads him to be a man for all.

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