The Lourdes School Logo has the following main features:
three small crosses on both sides
two arms crisscrossed before a cross
set against a background of clouds.
The three crosses signify the Trinitarian dimension particular to Franciscan spirituality.
The bare arm is that of Christ who gave his life for man’s salvation.
The sleeved arm is that of St. Francis of Assisi, who embraced the Cross of Christ
which earned him the title “Mirror of Christ”. He lived a life closest to Christ’s by living the Gospel literally.
The big cross is significant of the means to “Becoming Like Christ”
a lifelong striving based in the heart of every Franciscan.
The clouds connote heaven, our home and destiny, in the bosom of the Supreme Good.