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Xaverian Brothers High School Celebrates Christmas Liturgy

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The motto of the Xaverian Brothers, Concordia res parvae crescunt  (In harmony small things grow) is the guiding principle of community life at Xaverian. Xaverian Brothers High School is a community of students, faculty, staff, administration and alumni, working together to develop relationships with God, self, and others. Students come from more than 60 communities, but they share a common bond as members of the Xaverian community.

Student Life provides students the opportunity to meet new friends and develop new interests through our extra-curricular activities.  We have a clubs and activities for virtually everyone. To best appreciate your Xaverian education we encourage every student to get involved. For more photos, visit this week at Xaverian.

The Santa Hawk Toy Drive was a success again this year due to the generosity of our students and their families. The toys were distributed to local charities after our Christmas Liturgy.

There was plenty of Christmas spirit during the Christmas Liturgy. Students wore festive Christmas sweaters, Christmas ties, and Santa hats. Santa himself made an appearance to show his support for the Santa Hawk Charity Toy Drive.

Later, the senior class continued the Xaverian tradtion of “singing” (shouting) Christmas carols in the courtyard.

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One thought on “Xaverian Brothers High School Celebrates Christmas Liturgy

  1. Ursuline Academy appreciates news of your beautiful Christmas liturgy, your good cheer, your Santa Hawk toy drive success AND your festive Christmas sweaters donned by good sports! Merry Christmas! Mrs. Keaney, Principal

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