Schools reflect on the Passion of Jesus Christ

Throughout Holy Week, students and staff in schools across the York Catholic District School Board have been reflecting on the significance of Holy Thursday, Good Friday and Easter Sunday.  Many schools held Masses and liturgies with their school communities, others marked the solemn events of Good Friday by walk through the Stations of the Cross, hosting Passion Plays, or doing special in class activities and art projects.

Guardian Angels CES

At Guardian Angels CES in Woodbridge, Grade 5 classes recreated Jesus's steps to the cross through a shadow tableau, artwork, live acting, media, dance and thoughtful reflection. This Passion of Christ Evening Liturgy, helped to nurture the relationship between the school, home and church. The entire Guardian Angels CES parent community was invited to join with staff and students on the spiritual journey of walking together with Christ through prayer, song, liturgical dance and reflection during Holy Week. Approximately 150 parents attended the liturgy and the feedback was overwhelming positive. Great job Grade 5s!

guardian angels students

Holy Cross CA

Holy Cross Catholic Academy in Woodbridge is pleased to host The Passion of Jesus Christ, a production by the St. Peter Parish Community, on Thursday, April 13th at 7 p.m. and Friday, April 14that 1 p.m. Proceeds from this event will benefit the Parish's Dominican Relief Fund. For tickets please contact 905-851-6699 or contact the Parish.

St. Anne CES

At St. Anne in Richmond Hill, Grade 7 students created beautiful artwork depicting the stations of the cross. The art work is now on display in the school's lobby.

The York Catholic District School Board wishes all of its staff, students, parents and friends a safe and Blessed Easter weekend.