Students have the opportunity to attend Mass regularly, to receive the Sacrament of Reconciliation and to attend special liturgical celebrations and penitential services throughout the year.
They learn the history and teachings of the Catholic Church through the use of texts, discussions in class, lectures, and films. They participate in prayer services, personal reflection exercises, writing activities and research as an opportunity to develop the skills necessary to apply Christian principles throughout life.
Villa Madonna Academy encourages the sacramental life of the Church through prayer, attention to the Word of God, retreats and community service. The community service program flows from the gospel values and school’s mission of seeking God in the Benedictine tradition of reverence and peace, scholarship, service and community. Students are encouraged to put their faith into action by fulfilling required service hours.
Parents and students, please click the links on the left to view current information from the teacher about assignments for each subject area.
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Mr. Quinton Jefferson Ms. Eileen O'Connell