St. Charles Garnier Catholic Elementary School in Richmond Hill kicked off Catholic Education Week by holding a virtual school liturgy on May 3rd that was live streamed to the entire school community. The following day, it debuted its STREAM (Science, Technology, Religion, Engineering, Arts, Mathematics) slideshow on the school’s YouTube Channel. This slideshow showcased work students completed … Continue reading “SCG STREAM slideshow debuted during Catholic Education Week”
St. Maximilian Kolbe CHS in Aurora celebrated Catholic Education Week, May 2-7 by creating a virtual gallery featuring student artwork inspired by the theme of ‘Nurturing Hope’. Below is a sample of some of the artwork. You can also view the entire Virtual Gallery. The school thanks all students and teachers who participated in this … Continue reading “St. Maximilian Kolbe students create a virtual gallery inspired by “Nurturing Hope””
The theme for Catholic Education Week 2021 is Nurturing Hope The York Catholic District School Board is proud to celebrate Catholic Education Week May 2 – 7, 2021. During the week York Catholic schools, students and staff will celebrate the significant contributions thatCatholic Education has made locally, provincially and nationally. The theme for this year’s … Continue reading “May 2-7 is Catholic Education Week”
The York Catholic District School Board wishes you a Happy Easter!
In Stillness Earth Awaits the Resurrection
“Father, into your hands I commend my spirit.” Luke 23:46
The Grade 5 students of St. Padre Pio CES in Vaughan presented the Way of the Cross liturgy virtually to the entire school on Wednesday, March 31. The pictures were taken using the Green Screen wall in the school’s Library Learning Commons and creatively designed by Grade 8 students. The St. Padre Pio Catholic Elementary School … Continue reading “The Way of the Cross”
Do this in remembrance of me.
“Then those who went ahead and those who followed were shouting, Hosanna! Blessed is the one who comes in the name of the Lord!” Mark 11:9
Today is Ash Wednesday, which marks the beginning of the Lenten season. Lent is the time of year when our Catholic Church observes our forty-day journey toward Easter. The word Lent comes from the root word “lengthen.” As the days are get longer, there is rebirth in spring and we are renewing our faith. Lent … Continue reading “Lent starts today”