We are still Rowan Class, yet what a difference a day makes. Everything different and yet the same. Still counting, still writing, still getting taller every day. Still loving. Still being loved.
Our classroom looks a little different now. This part of Rowan looks a lot like my kitchen! Which makes me think, I might need to bake! Some parts of Rowan are an empty field (PE with dogs) some parts of Rowan look distinctly Victorian (style desks)!
When we gather at Mass we hear the words “we may be gathered into one in the Spirit” because ‘the bread is one, we though many, are one body, all of us who partake of the one bread’.(Lumen Gentium 7. 53)
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We remain one in Christ. We also remain one Rowan Class. I always say to the children ‘Once you are my Rowan, you are always my Rowan’.
We have tried foot washing, like the disciples; hearing about Jesus; making fractions.