Catholic Identity

May Crowning

Hail, holy Queen enthroned above, oh Maria.
Hail, mother of mercy and of love, oh Maria.
Triumph all ye cherubim, Sing with us ye seraphim.
Heaven and earth resound the hymn.
Salve, Salve, Salve Regina!

One of the most beautiful and cherished traditions of Incarnation Catholic School is the May Crowning.  During the celebration, the children process in to the sanctuary with flowers to adorn a statue of the Blessed Virgin Mary.  The ritual also includes hymns, prayers and perhaps an act of consecration.   The climax of the May Crowning is a child crowning Mary as Queen of Heaven and Mother of God.

Other Events

  • Weekly School Mass
  • Weekly Rosary
  • First Friday Adoration
  • Reconciliation Offered Twice Year
  • Feast of St. Nicholas’ Celebration
  • Feast of the Immaculate Conception
  • Catholic Schools Week Activities
  • Ash Wednesday
  • Feast of St. Blasé
  • Feast of the Assumption
  • All Saints Day
  • Guardian Angel Day
  • First Reconciliation
  • First Holy Communion
  • Confirmation