On Wednesday, May 16, students participated in the annual May procession, which honors Mary, the mother of our Lord Jesus. For centuries, the month of May is a time to remember Mary, the lifelong caregiver for our Savior and she remains so for us today. She represents the fullness of holiness, for she was conceived without sin and was assumed into heaven because of her special role in our salvation. She serves as an example for all of us to say “yes” in practical ways to God’s spirit of goodness. Many Catholics turn to this beloved first disciple of Christ for inspiration and for prayer, particularly as the events of Jesus unfold in the scripture during the church year.