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More House Mass

On Tuesday 15th March, More House gathered in the main hall for our House mass. The theme was Lent and our mass focussed on the fruits of the Holy Spirit, and in particular on Patience, Kindness, Gentleness, Joy, Faithfulness and Love. Students prepared some beautiful work in their form groups, which focussed on a particular word.

Students from each form participated fully. MO1A and MO3B led the opening procession, in which the theme of the mass was presented with words. Students from MO2A led the first reading, whilst those from MO4B read the responsorial psalm. MO5C led bidding prayers and finally MO6C led the communion reflection. This was our first mass as a House with Fr. Emmanuel who, in his homily, reminded us all of the importance of listening to God's word, especially during Lent. 

A big 'Thank you' to the students who helped prepare the mass and participated in the readings and procession, I was immensely proud of you all. (Miss Madden even praised the wonderfully clear and confident readers!) Thanks also to  Ann-Marie, who led the organisation and preparation and Mr Smith and the choir for providing the music and leading the singing. Last but not least, huge thanks to arguably the best tutor team in school; Mrs Burley, Miss Browne, Miss Mortimer, Mr Robinson, Miss Walters and Miss Moran, who work so hard to provide the best care for the students of More House.
Maria Lavelle
Head of More House

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