Catholic identity helps to define MPB. Religion is integrated across the curriculum and is taught daily in every classroom. Prayer is woven into every part of our day. Teachers come together for prayer every morning, before joining the students and parents in prayer. Students pray before and after meals, are dedicated to praying the Angelus each day at noon, and pray at the end of the school day.
Most Precious Blood seeks the intercession of the saints. The school mascot is MPB Saints; therefore, the school takes a firm belief in highlighting the many feast days and examples that the saints provide. The school as a whole celebrates our Blessed Mother. We have incorporated prayer, scriptural rosary weekly, bringing of flowers to honor our Blessed Mother throughout the year, special months in which we celebrate Mary such as October in which we pray the rosary daily and do a living rosary. In addition, we have spiritual retreats for our students in 2nd and 5th grade.
The school community attends Mass every Thursday at 8:30, as well as all Holy Days. Students do a decade of the Rosary every week after Mass. Stations of the Cross are done after Mass during Lent.