Dominican Catholic School holds “Day at the Museum”

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For the Umatuna Si Yu’os

To celebrate All Saints Day, eighth graders of Dominican Catholic School dressed up as saints of their choice and narrated their life stories to students, teachers, parents and Dominican Sisters who came to visit the 2017 DCS Museum of Living Saints (Day at the Museum) on Nov. 9, 2017 at the school’s multipurpose room.

Dominican eighth graders dressed as Catholic saints during the DCS Museum of Living Saints (Day at the Museum) last Nov. 9, 2017 as part of the school’s celebration All Saints Day. (Photo provided by Dominican Catholic School)
DCS principal, Sister Esperanza H. Seguban, Order of Preachers as well as other students listened to the presentation of the life stories and holiness of selected saints portrayed by 8th grade students in observance of All Saints Day. (Photo provided by Dominican Catholic School)

Inspired by the movie, “Night at the Museum” where the displays became alive, the eighth graders paused as displays, but they would move and talk about their life story, virtues, miracles and others as visitors came to see them and their exhibit.

They also answered some questions from the visitors. Indeed, it was a day of grace for all since they were given the opportunity to know more about the saints whom some were recently canonized or beatified and are still unknown to many. Kudos to the Dominicans for a job well done.