Selection of Events Taking Place During Catholic Schools Week 2021

Sunday, Jan. 31

Students from St. Mary School in Alma will serve as lectors during Mass.

Students from St. Brigid of Kildare Catholic School in Midland will serve at Mass with Bishop Gruss. 

Students from Nouvel Catholic Central Elementary and Middle School in Saginaw will speak during Masses at Saginaw parishes.

Monday, Feb. 1

Students from St. Joseph the Worker Catholic School in Beal City will be collecting needed supplies for a local homeless shelter throughout the week.

Students from Our Lady of Lake Huron School in Harbor Beach will prepare a Military Care package.

Students from Nouvel Catholic Central Elementary and Middle School in Saginaw will help gather clothes to donate to the East Side Soup Kitchen.

Students from All Saints Middle/High School in Bay City will join Bishop Robert Gruss for the celebration of Mass.

Tuesday, Feb. 2

Students from St. Elizabeth Area Catholic School in Reese will make blankets for homebound parishioners.

Wednesday, Feb. 3

Students from St. Elizabeth Area Catholic School in Reese will join Bishop Gruss for the celebration of the Mass. 

Students from Our Lady of Lake Huron School in Harbor Beach will write thank you notes to city officials.

Students from St. Michael School in Pinconning will write letters to government leaders addressing the importance of Catholic Schools.

Thursday, Feb. 4

Students from All Saints Middle/High School in Bay City will make cards for first responders and healthcare workers.

Students from Our Lady of Lake Huron School in Harbor Beach will learn about religious vocations. 

Friday, Feb. 5

Students from St. Brigid of Kildare Catholic School in Midland will participate in a virtual game with parents and teachers in order to celebrate the school community.

Students from All Saints Middle/High School in Bay City will write thank you notes to volunteers.

Students from Nouvel Catholic Central Elementary and Middle School in Saginaw will join Bishop Robert Gruss for the celebration of Mass.