Living Rosary

Class of 2023 Living Rosary

senior girl holding candle

  • Date: October 11, 2022 – Tuesday
  • Time: 8:30 a.m.
  • Place: BCHS Main Gym

The Living Rosary is the longest-standing tradition at Bishop Chatard. This will be the 58th Living Rosary in the school’s history. The seniors ‘become’ the rosary as the community together prays the mysteries. The ceremony honors our patroness, Mary, Queen of Heaven and announces the formal beginning of the senior year in prayer to Mary.

Seniors are not required to participate; however, all seniors, including those who are not Catholic, are encouraged to join in this celebration

Details

Senior Dress Code

Gentlemen:

Solid white shirt and tie, (sports jacket or suit jacket is worn only for the Living Rosary) dark (blue, black, charcoal) dress pants with a belt, dark colored socks, and dress leather shoes. Boys should be groomed and clean-shaven; no facial jewelry.

Ladies:

  • Option A: A dark, solid color (navy blue, black, or charcoal) dress with sleeves or wide (3+ inches) straps: no strapless, spaghetti straps, plunging necklines or backless dresses. No dresses that have large slits (a 2-3 inch slit is fine), uneven hem lines, or are too tight/form fitting. The hem of the dress must extend to the top of the kneecap.
  • Option B: A white loose-fitting (not transparent) or a black top/blouse (with sleeves) and dark slacks. No Capri or tight-fitting slacks or yoga pants or leggings.
  • Option C: A white loose-fitting (not transparent) or a black top/blouse (with sleeves) and classic A-line dark solid skirt. The skirt must not be tight-fitting. The hem of the skirt must extend to the top of the kneecap. A small slit (2-3 inches) is acceptable.

Hair should be well-groomed. No facial jewelry or large dangling earrings. Dress shoes are required. Shoes should be dark or neutral in color. Open-toed shoes are acceptable. No flip flops, clogs or boots. Flat/low heeled shoes are required for Living Rosary.

Questions? Contact Libbie Steiner, Executive Director of Mission Integration, at Lsteiner@bishopchatard.org

RT @BCHS_Principal This past Saturday, Sarah Semon competed in the Indiana State School Music Association State-level Solo and Ensemble Festival at Perry Meridian High School, and achieved a near-perfect, Gold Rating on her soprano solo! Congratulations Sarah! pic.twitter.com/DmXyj3k7AX

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