Signed and Sealed with the Cross

As early as the 3rd century, Christians started to sign themselves with a cross. Eighteen centuries later, we continue the practice of making the sign of the cross when we start to pray, when we celebrate the sacraments, and when we enter a church. Done so often and usually out of habit, has this ancient gesture lost its meaning for us?

Please join us for our parish mission: Signed and Sealed with the Cross led by renowned speaker, Fr. Albert Haase, OFM.

We will explore the identity of our God proclaimed in the ancient gesture of being signed with a cross. We will also explore the challenges and responsibilities we accept when we seal our lives with the sign of our salvation.

Ordained a Franciscan priest in 1983, Albert Haase, OFM, is a popular preacher, teacher, spiritual director and radio personality. A former missionary to mainland China for over eleven years, he is the author of nine books on popular spirituality and the presenter on four bestselling DVDs. He has trained spiritual directors for ten years. He resides in Texas. Visit his website at
The mission is scheduled for February 13, 14, & 15 starting at 7:00 PM in the Church.​

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Common Sense

Common Sense Education and the Chicago Archdiocese  are committed to working together to provide schools and educators within the Archdiocese the necessary tools, training, and support to: (1) empower students to think critically, behave safely, and participate responsibly with technology, and (2) effectively integrate technology into the classroom to improve student outcomes. 
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Queen Of The Rosary School is partnering with Schoola ( to raise funds for our school. Schoola collects pre-loved women's and children's clothes, preps and sells them online, and gives 40% of the proceeds back to Queen Of The Rosary School to help fund programs for our kids. Click on the image above to view our schools tracking page where you can: request a postage paid donation bag to send in more clothing that benefits our school, view our fundraising progress, or shop for quality pre-loved clothing from top brands.  Schoola Drive Flyer



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Queen of the Rosary School, as part of Queen of the Rosary Parish, accepts the Catholic Church’s mandate to fulfill the mission of Christ by spreading His message.  We believe the key elements of our mission are spiritual growth, learning, community, and service.  We seek to provide a safe and secure environment, which promotes academic excellence and learning diversity by placing priority on mutual respect and self-discipline. 

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Our Mission

Queen of the Rosary School, as part of Queen of the Rosary Parish, accepts the Catholic Church’s mandate to fulfill the mission of Christ by spreading His message.
We believe the key elements of our mission are spiritual growth, learning, community, and service.

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Our Philosophy

We, the school family of Queen of the Rosary, committed to the spiritual and moral development of each child, believe the parish school is an integral part of the Catholic Church community.

We emphasize academic excellence, while striving continually to integrate faith and knowledge.

We believe that the purpose of education is to encourage lifelong learning and active involvement in the Christian community.

We believe the education of children is the primary responsibility of parents; we recognize that the complete education of children requires the total involvement and commitment of students, teachers, and parents.

We recognize that children learn by different means and at different levels of development; we, therefore, implement a variety of instructional strategies, while maintaining that children learn best by being actively involved in the learning process.

We recognize and accept cultural differences while embracing our similarities of faith and school community.

Finally, Queen of the Rosary utilizes all resources within the school, the Archdiocese of Chicago, and the local community to provide a quality Catholic education.

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