Liturgy is a way for Catholics to worship as a community and to honor Our Lord. It is a rite involving the proclamation of the words of Christ among the community of believers. Throughout the school year, Holy Family Grade School provides several occasions of liturgy/worship. Every month, there is a liturgical gathering led by the school’s music teacher. A decade of the rosary is recited every morning, except for School Mass days. Prayer services, as led by the Student Council, are held to celebrate the seasons of Advent and Lent. In Advent, the annual Christmas concert consists of a Nativity re-enactment and singing of traditional Christmas songs. For Lent, we have schoolwide Stations of the Cross and a Passion Play.