“I give praise to you, Father, Lord of heaven and earth, for although you have hidden these things from the wise and the learned you have revealed them to the childlike.” (Lk. 10:21)                                      “Seek first the kingdom of God” (Mt 6:33)                                      “As a child has rest in its mother’s arms even so my soul.” (Ps. 131:2)                                      “Do whatever He tells you.” (Jn. 2:5)                                      “Speak, Lord, for Your servant is listening.” (1 Sam. 3:10)                                      “Everyone of us needs a half hour of prayer each day, except when we’re busy, then we need an hour.”                                      “Quo Vadis?”                                      “Lay up to yourselves treasures in heaven: where neither the rust nor moth doth consume, and where thieves do not break through, nor steal.” (Mt. 6:20)                                      “The chief purpose of theology is to provide an understanding of Revelation and the content of faith. The very heart of theological enquiry will thus be the contemplation of the mystery of the Triune God.” (St. John Paul II, Fides et Ratio)                                      “No man can serve two masters.” (Mt. 6:24)                                      “Enter in at the narrow gate: for wide is the gate, and broad is the way that leads to destruction, and many there are who go in thereat.” (Mt. 7:13)                                      “By their fruits you shall know them.” (Mt. 7:16)                                      “Every one therefore that heareth these my words, and doth them, shall be likened to a wise man that built his house upon a rock.” (Mt. 7:24)                                      “Do not love the world or the things in the world. If anyone loves the world, love for the Father in not in him.” (1 Jn. 2:15)                                      “The fundamental difference between religious and other forms of education is that its aim is not simply intellectual assent to religious truths but also a total commitment of one's whole being to the Person of Christ.” (The Catholic School)                                      "During the course of the day, recollect as often as you can that you stand in the presence of God. Consider what He does and what you are doing. You will find His eyes turned towards you and perpetually fixed on you with incomparable love." - St. Francis de Sales                                      “Be still and know that I am God” (Psalm 46:10)                                      “Here he stands behind our wall, gazing through the windows, peering through the lattices. My lover speaks; he says to me, ‘Arise, my beloved, my beautiful one, and come!’”(Song of Songs 2:9-10)                                      "My soul proclaims the greatness of the Lord and my spirit rejoices in God my Savior, for He has looked with favor on His lowly servant." (Lk. 1:46-48)                                      "During the course of the day, recollect as often as you can that you stand in the presence of God. Consider what He does and what you are doing. You will find His eyes turned towards you and perpetually fixed on you with incomparable love." St. Francis de Sales                                      "Remember that good confessions and good Communions are the first steps to a sound education."-St. Don Bosco                                      "A school without music is a school without a soul, for music aids education. It is a most effective means to obtain discipline, morality, and help good feeling..." - St. Don Bosco                                      "Frequent Communion and daily Mass are the two pillars of education." - St. Don Bosco                                     

Concentrations

Given the many opportunities afforded students to follow their own good pursuits in elective classes and leisure periods, Living Nazareth also seeks to give recognition to students who have used these opportinities to develop considerable familiarity, knowledge, and talents in particular areas of learning. Our concentrations, acknowledged upon receipt of their diploma at graduation, are the chosen means for granting such recognition. Below are the current concentrations, each under the name of a fitting patron, our students may pursue.


St. Thomas Aquinas Concentration in Philosophy and Theology (at least 3 electives in Philosophy or Theology)


G.K. Chesterton Concentration in History and Literature (at least 3 electives in History or Literature)


St. Albert the Great Concentration in Math and Sciences (all 3 major Science classes, Math through Calculus, and at least one more Math or Science elective e.g. Statistics, Advanced Topics, Multivariable, Computer Science)


St. Cecilia Concentration in the Fine Arts (at least 3 electives in the Fine Arts e.g. Painting, Sculpting, Choir, Composition, Piano)


St. Anne Concentration in the Domestic Arts (at least 3 electives in the Domestic Arts e.g. Culinary Arts, Sewing, Education)


St. Isidore Concentration in the Practical Arts (at least 3 electives in the Practical Arts e.g. Agriculture, Wodworking, Auto Shop, Finance)