Blending art, community and Catholicity at St. Charles College
Mrs. Narozanski’s religion students discussed how they, as humans, can act more like Jesus in today’s world. The students talked about giving back and being selfless through acts like visiting the sick, participating in the upcoming food drive and taking care of elderly people.
The students then traced their hands. Their name was placed on the palm, the pinky and ring fingers showcased their personality traits and the middle finger featured something the students did not like to do very much. The index finger showed something they love and the thumb was reserved for setting a goal that would make them more Christ-like this school year.
The hands were then transformed into a beautiful flower on the Religion bulletin board with a very befitting quote: “We are each unique and beautiful; but together we are a Masterpiece!”