Montfort day is celebrated on 28th April as the feast day of St. Louis-Marie Grignion De Montfort a 17th century Saint. He was born on January 31st , 1673, St. Louis- Marie Possessed a strong devotion to the Blessed Sacrament as a child and was also ultimately devoted to the Blessed Virgin, especially through the Rosary. He took the name Marie at his confirmation. The Saint manifested a love for the poor while he was at school and joined a society of young men who ministered to the poor and the sick on school holidays. For several years he preached in missions. As his reputation as a missionary grew he became known as “the good bother from Montfort”. He established free schools for the poor boys and girls. This great man founded a religious congregation called Brothers of St. Gabriel.
The Montfort day conveys the message of love sacrifice and various struggles. We try to promote the values of Montfort in our children by teaching them about him whenever and wherever it is possible. The school celebrates this day with a lot of programmes and colourful events.