St. John Neumann Regional School 40th Anniversary Celebration & Open House (GNLCC)
Join us on Tuesday December 5 from 5-7 p.m. at the Slatington campus of St. John Neumann Regional School for an open house and 40th anniversary celebration.
There will be refreshments, tours, door prizes, live music and information for all attendees. Please register or stop in at your convenience.
A prayer dedication and ribbon cutting ceremony will be at 6:15 p.m.
Join us as we help St. John Neumann Regional School – Slatington Campus celebrate 40 years of educational success in Slatingotn and Palmerton
641 W. Washington St. Slatington PA 18080
Live Christmas Music by the St. John Neumann Regional students
FREE EVENT - please register
The distinctive purpose of St. John Neumann Regional School is to create Catholic-centered education enlivened by the Gospel spirit of love. The school community exists to maintain academic standards and to foster Catholic values in its children.
St. John Neumann Regional School was established the year Bishop John Neumann of Philadelphia was canonized a saint of the Roman Catholic Church – 1977. The parishes of Assumption BVM, Sacred Heart, and St. Nicholas collaborated in a joint mission to bring Catholic Education to the youngsters and families of the area. The school program was accredited by the State of Pennsylvania, the Diocese of Allentown, and later in 1993 by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools.
In 2007, SJNRS celebrated its 30th year of educating students and sharing the way of Jesus with them. The SJNRS Community is proud of the work it has achieved in the name of our Lord, Jesus Christ!
Our Patron Saint
St. John Neumann, CSsR, is known for his work in establishing a Catholic School System in the northeastern area of the U.S.A. He ministered to a mostly immigrant population and spoke several languages. John Neumann worked endlessly in bringing God’s love to millions.
1811 John Neumann was born in Bohemia
1836 John Neumann sailed to the U.S.
1836 Ordained a priest of New York
1842 Became a Redemptorist
1848 Became an American citizen
1852 Bishop Neumann became Fourth Bishop of Philadelphia
1860 John Neumann died
1977 Canonized a Saint by Pope Paul VI