Sixth graders of SS. Philip and James School in Exton enact scenes from the luminous mysteries of the rosary, including the Miracle at Cana, Oct. 1 at the school.

All the pre-K through eighth grade students of SS. Philip and James School, Exton, as well as family members, gathered in the schoolyard Oct. 1 to participate in a living rosary devotion.

Students represented the beads of the rosary, while sixth graders portrayed a tableaux of the Luminous Mysteries of the Rosary: the Baptism of Jesus, the Miracle at Cana, the Proclamation of the Kingdom, the Transfiguration and the Institution of the Eucharist.

Students took turns leading the school in prayer and song.  The Living Rosary is a long-standing tradition at SS. Philip and James School.