Personal Narrative: My Experience As A Catholic School Student

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“Storing up for themselves the treasure of a good foundation for the future, so that they may take hold of that which is life indeed (1 Timothy 6:19).” This bible verse truly encapsulates what it means to me to be a student at a Catholic school. Through my experiences attending a Catholic school, I have learned many life lessons that I will treasure and keep close to my heart in every aspect of my life. Being a Catholic school student has given me valuable essentials that I know will better prepare me for the road ahead. One of the many fundamental lessons I have learned while attending a Catholic school is that no matter where you come from or what you believe in, we are all one people put on this planet to serve others. This piece of wisdom has great significance to me because through the guidance and benevolence of my administrators, I was shown the immense power that this lesson holds, which greatly helped to cultivate my core beliefs. Goodness can radiate throughout our world if more people make the effort to do so, and being at a Catholic school has …show more content…
Through the theology classes I have taken, I began to truly recognize the role that God plays in my life. Furthermore, at a Catholic school, I gained a community of people who help me grow in the faith that I have in God and myself. Being part of this community gave me the sight to see that the relationship I have with God holds immense significance in my life. By the way of his influence, I am reminded that wherever I may be in life, I will always be in good hands. Through the encouragement of those placed in my life by my Father, I can live out the life God wants me to live; I am able to be a good steward of the church. The Word of God that has been revealed to me, through the further teachings of the faculty and staff, will always echo in my mind and give me true strength to succeed in all that I

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