Snow Cancellation Information and Policy

It has always been policy that when Mountainside schools are closed, all religious education classes and activities are cancelled for the day. When we cancel religious ed, we send out an email via mail chimp, post it on our facebook page, and post it on the front of our website. If you are still uncertain, email reled@ollmountainside.org.

Our Next Family Faith is February 8

Join us for 5PM Mass this Sunday, February 8 before our family faith gathering at 6PM. We will be learning about the Sacramant of the Sick and our speaker will be Sr. Sandy De Masi. Our 5th graders will be taking the ACRE testing, so please keep them in your prayers.

Tonight's Viewing of New Religious Ed Materials Rescheduled

Come out to see the new materials on Sunday, February 1 from 10:30-11:30 during bagels in Pollard Hall and on Monday, February 2 from 8:30-2:30 in the faith formation office. You can also call for an appointment. We'd appreciate all feedback.

First Reconciliation Family Retreat Rescheduled

Our retreat will now take place on Saturday, February 21 from 9AM-12noon. Please continue to keep our families in your prayers as the children prepare for the Sacrament of First Reconciliation.

Religious Education classes are canceled today, Tuesday, January 27

Due to the weather, we will not hold classes today. Stay safe!

Reconciliation Retreat Day Canceled due to Weather

Due to unsafe weather conditions, we are postponing the retreat. We will have a make up information available later in the week.

First Reconciliation Family Retreat on Saturday January 24, 2915 9am-12noon

Please pray for our 41 children preparing for the sacrament of First Reconciliation and their families.

Classes Resume This Week

The new year kicks off with our family faith session at 6PM on January 4. Our topic is vocations. Please join us for 5PM Mass.

A Beautiful Christmas Story

The "W" in Christmas

Each December, I vowed to make Christmas a calm and
peaceful experience.

I had cut back on nonessential obligations - extensive
card writing,
endless baking, decorating, and even overspending.

Yet still, I found myself exhausted, unable to appreciate the

precious family moments, and of course, the true meaning
of Christmas.

My son, Nicholas, was in kindergarten that year. It was an
exciting season for a six year old.

For weeks, he'd been memorizing songs for his school's
"Winter Pageant."

Traditional classes for Wedneseday, Dec. 10

Please meet in the church

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