Framingham, Massachusetts

Spiritual Life

Gospel values and Christ centered character set us apart!

The spiritual life and character of St. Bridget School is what sets it apart from other schooling options in the MetroWest area.

Each school day begins and ends with prayer, with additional prayer before snack and lunch. Weekly Mass is celebrated at our host Parish, St. Bridget Church. School-wide Masses are generally celebrated once each month and on Holy Days of Obligation.

Religious Education curriculum is integrated at all grade levels to teach and express The Bible, Christian life, and Catholic Tradition. Students who are of Roman Catholic faith may also receive the blessed sacraments through the school.

Saint Bridget School has its own chapel for use at any time during the school day.  Teachers and students use this for small prayer services, praying the rosary or quiet reflection.

Saint Bridget School firmly believes in its responsibility to guide its students not just to know the Word of God, but to be doers of the Word. As Christians, faith in God is manifested through the love and concern for, and service to others. St. Bridget School actively participates in community outreach programs, such as collecting “coats for kids,” adopting families at Christmas, raising money for disaster relief funds, and more.


        • Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament
        • May Crowning
        • Advent and Lent Prayer Services
        • Reconciliation
        • Virtue of the Month
        • Christmas Outreach

As part of our outreach, we have formed a special relationship with L’Ecole du Village Elementary School in  Canobert at Ile-a-Vache, Haiti.  Students at Saint Bridget raise money to help students in our sister school with educational resources.