Second grade students celebrated All Saints Day at Nativity of Our Lord School in Warminster by dressing in costume as saints. They worked with seventh-grade prayer partners to research the stories behind their patron saints.
The costumed “saints” processed into church for a prayer service that included a reading and a short litany prayer to the saints. Following the prayer service which was attended by the second-graders and their prayer partners, parents and grandparents, the children paraded around the church and through the school halls singing “When the Saints Go Marching In”.
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