Thursday, 29th September – Today at school we celebrated together the feast of our patron saint – St Michael.
This celebration started with a form of debate by two students, one representing St Michael and the other one, the devil. While the devil tried to impress, St Michael showed the true side of him by accusing him of being a master in lying. This debate had its humoristic side but the message behind all this was that the good always wins over the bad.
After Rev Dr Carl Mario Sultana celebrated mass which was animated by our Year 11 students. Like always, we then all headed downstairs for a piece of baked pasta, a tradition for the feast of our patron saint St Michael.
We would like to thank all those who helped in the preparation of this celebration.