Shalom is the term used to describe the Schools Sisters of Notre Dame (SSND) international network for justice, peace, and integrity of creation. Shalom is the Hebrew word for Peace and implies restoring all things to their right order or original integrity.  More than 3,500 sisters, associates, and friends of SSND across five continents make up the Shalom Network.

 Aligned with the goals of the Shalom Network, San Vicente Catholic School takes action that lead to:

  • reconciliation,
  • solidarity with the oppressed,
  • the promotion of human dignity, and
  • collaboration with ecological movements to safeguard Earth.

BRAVES WALK FOR LIFE

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On October 4, 2015,  SVCS student organizations attended the Archdiocesan Annual Walk for Life with other faithful Catholics.  This peaceful walk is a way to minister and hold  the pro-life message of the sacredness of human life.

 

BULLYING PREVENTION MONTH

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 On October 3, 2015, students at SVCS participated in the proclamation signing at the Legislative Hall in Agana, declaring the month of October, Guam Bullying Prevention Month.  Bullying prevention month is a month to join in the movement against bullying worldwide and unity.

INTERNATIONAL DAY OF PEACE

Partnerships for Peace – Dignity for All

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Commemorating the International Day of Peace observed on September, 21, 2015, the students, faculty, and staff of San Vicente Catholic School held a beautiful prayer service devoted to strengthening the ideals of peace, both within and among all nations and peoples. In the spirit of this year’s theme, “Partnerships for Peace – Dignity for All”, students participated in various activities which included dance, making posters and pinwheels, and special performances. Beautiful peace sculptures are displayed at the entrance of the main office at SVCS.

 

WORLD DAY OF PRAYER FOR THE CARE OF CREATION

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In joyful prayer and celebration, San Vicente Catholic School participated in the Catholic Church “World Day of Prayer for the Care of Creation,” instituted by Pope Francis celebrated on September 1, 2015.

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