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St Rose's: Represented by the colour Yellow

Rose was born of Spanish parents in Lima, in South America, at the end of the 14th Century. She was attractive and intelligent, so she could have been very spoilt. The treatment that the South American Indians received from their Spanish conquerors caused her great sorrow. She decided to become a Dominican Sister so that she could help them by her prayers and hard work. She devoted her whole life to helping these poor people and, because of her determination, life became easier for them.

Rose inspires young students in the house of St Roses to be determined and devoted. Determined and devoted to participate in school mass, swimming, athletics and St Dominic's Day. Not only devoted to the things of the natural but also in their Spiritual life. Life is a journey where God leads and you shall follow. He holds the keys to the future and to your soul. Holding the name of St Roses high in the air and cheering their peers on are some of the things that happen throughout the journey of young Dominicans in the house of St Roses.