Our Teachers Already Have the Vaccine!

As we know, the virus Covid-19, which has come to stay, also brought with it new modalities and adaptations. One of them was to teach classes virtually. It has been a tough process for all of us as students and teachers.    During the past year, many scientists have been performing tests and studies to […]

Poem about The Three Wise Men

Three wise men Following a star, Searching for the new king, Jesus Christ.  Guided to Bethlehem,  established in the famous manger.   Three wise men,  Who follow the stars, Set out on a new path  bringing myrrh, gold, and frankincense  From the bottom of their hearts.   Melchor lived in Europe,  When he saw a […]

Christmas Miracle

Ah, December… You can already feel the “Christmas spirit” that people talk about. However, for Andrea, it was irrelevant since she didn’t believe in Christmas. She even thought those famous “Christmas miracles” were fake. It was late at night when Andrea was passing through a small market, specifically on the fruit side, when she turned […]

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The Power of Being Thankful

Sometimes, we think about everything we have, what life gives us. Whether it is good or bad,  it happens for a reason, leaving a positive or negative consequence. Looking from another point of view…the human being is born without anything, without knowing or having a notion of where he is. Everything that happens to us […]

Interview to Father Jorge

Last week, I had the opportunity to conduct a short interview to Father Jorge, Who has been in our community for a long time.  I asked him about different topics, and he answered kindly. The first question was about what was his first thought when he heard about the Covid-19 virus turning into a global […]

10th-grade Construction Project

In Lux Mundi, every year, 10th grade has the privilege of building a house for a person who really needs it. It was Doña Niña’s turn this year, she has a son with Down Syndrome and Autism. For her, this house was a big gift. We went to Bayaguana, Dominican Republic, from February 7-9. We […]

Tribute to Juan Pablo Duarte

On January 27th, a flag act was held to honor one of our homeland’s fathers, Juan Pablo Duarte. In this ceremony, we heard Duarte’s anthem. Two high school juniors explained a little about Juan Pablo’s life and his wishes, also analyzing one of his poems. Then our spokesperson of the student council (Amelia Sasso) recited […]