Speaking to a group of US Bishops on 9th March 2012, Pope Benedict XVI made these remarks about the challenge facing the Churh in communicating its teaching on the meaning of Marriage and the Family. [With regard to] the contemporary crisis of marriage anread more
The school Overall, children are learning well. They are happy, respectful, well behaved and interested in learning. They feel, quite rightly, safe and well cared for. They work purposefully in almost all lessons either individually or with a partner. Allread more
As the deadline looms for submitting entries for the Caritas Award, we hope to receive around 500 submissions from schools across the country and a few from parishes where there are no Catholic schools. Of course, some students have been facing the sameread more
From YouTube, another lively video explaining the what and why of Holy Week (from the editors at BustedHalo.com). It might offer a way of hooking some initial interest which can then be deepened in further discussion and reading.
It seems interesting that we refer to the day Christ died as ‘Good Friday’. Considering the events of the day, tragic or awful seems more appropriate. However, we ultimately know what God was up to that day. Though the events seemed very ̵read more
A group of 10 teachers, including their Chaplain, from St Paul’s Catholic school in Bergen, Norway made a short study visit to Glasgow recently as they planned for the introduction of a new secondary phase to their school in Norway where there only read more
The inaugural Caritas Awards Ceremony will take place in the Clyde Auditorium Glasgow on Saturday 2nd June from 2pm till 4pm. Around 450 young people will be presented with the Award in front of a capacity audience of 3,000 from schools and parishes acrread more
At a recent conference in Rome focused on “Christian Initiation and New Evangelization”, attended by Bishop Devine and Michael McGrath, Cardinal Mauro Piacenza, prefect of the Congregation for the Clergy, spoke of the challenges and opportunitread more