The Houses of Our Lady of Perpetual Help

Aquinas House

Saint Thomas Aquinas is the patron saint of students, Catholic schools, apologists, booksellers, chastity, philosophers, publishers, scholars, theologians. He is the patron saint of many things, including things that our school focuses on ie: Catholicism and education.  St. Thomas Aquinas is an important Doctor (teacher) of the Church.


Kateri House

St Kateri Tekakwitha is a Catholic saint who was an Algonquin-Mohawk and is an important indigenous saint.  She is a model of peace and love even though she lived in difficult times, and was declared by Pope Benedict XVI to be the Protectress of Canada.


Newman House

St. John Henry Newman was an English minister in the 1800s who converted to Catholicism, eventually became a cardinal, and is an important saint.  He was the founder of the Oxford Movement, which revitalized Catholicism in England at a time when Catholicism was marginalized.


Seton House

St. Elizabeth Seton founded many religious houses, establishing the Sisters of Charity, and opened some of the first Catholic schools in the United States.  She was a selfless and hardworking leader and remains a strong role-model.