RMSI & ALTIUS
In addition to our educational mission, our educational community also aims at social participation, charity and helping others, following the example of Jesus and our patron saint Saint Elizabeth.
For this reason, we participate in different solidarity projects and initiatives in favour of the common good with which we want to attend to the needs that arise in our surroundings, more or less close, and do our bit for a better world.
Below, we present the different actions that we are currently running and in which we encourage you to collaborate.
Thank you in advance for your generosity!
RENOVATION OF OUR LIBRARY:
More books, better future: challenge for RMSI library renovation
How important it is to create and consolidate reading habits in children from the earliest years. This enriches their culture, improves their language, stimulates their creativity, develops their capacity for concentration and memory and stimulates their imagination.
Reading brings great benefits to all people regardless of their age.
Reading is a habit that can improve the social and human conditions of any reader, reading allows to think with reflection and to develop the cognitive aspects of the brain which helps to exercise all the cells and to be always active for any activity that is carried out in daily life.
That is why we want to redesign the space of the library room, to make it a functional place capable of responding to the various needs of the school.
THANKS TO YOU THE LIBRARY IS A REALITY
MY GRAIN OF SAND, MORE BOOKS, BETTER FUTURE.
CARLO ACUTIS Chapel
This project arises from a need, our secondary school students, located on the 3rd floor of the school Real Monasterio Santa Isabel in the Sarria district of Barcelona, had the need to be close to Jesus.
We have found the perfect place, a place without great luxuries that we need to make it welcoming and inviting to prayer.
That is why we are launching this campaign, an appeal to everyone for our Carlo Acutis chapel.
We owe the name to him, Carlo, a normal boy, with his faults and virtues, who fought to put God first and who used the internet to evangelise. Blessed Pope Francis describes him as a creative and brilliant young man, who was able to use the “new techniques of communication to transmit the Gospel and to communicate values and beauty”. So real and so close, a “millennial” Blessed, a “God’s influencer” so that young people can identify with him and have the desire to follow Christ as he did.
Thank you for your collaboration and for making this need a reality so that our students feel close to the Lord!