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The Golden Rule

The golden rule is one of the few unifying tenets of all of the world religions. It appears in some shape or form throughout all of them: 217 more words


Teaching Resources; Photos from my trip to Isreal

This time last year I was part of a group of very lucky people who traveled to Israel for a week long stay. The trip was definitely one of the most adventurous and enjoyable I have ever had, and I look back now with very fond memories. 112 more words

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Generations and generations

Me: Wow you’re pretty early!
Boy: Oh good, I hope there’s time for me to tell my story about this picture I drew!
Me: Oh my look at that! 500 more words


Identification with Suffering & The Prophetic Imagination An Essay on Richard Rohr & Walter Brueggermann

In this essay, I wonder whether the thought of Richard Rohr overlooks persons who are hurt and instead focuses almost exclusively on persons who want to control, think they understand when they don’t, and try to fix things. 792 more words

Christian Values


Congratulations to the 69 Grade-11 students who were confirmed by Bishop Kennedy on Saturday, October 25.  May the Holy Spirit abundantly bless each young person and their families and sponsors!

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The Value and Importance of Building Relationships with your Students

While researching some TED talks to use within lessons I stumbled upon this and it’s definitely worth a watch! It’s an important reminder of the influence each of us has on our students.

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Finding Their Own Way

Religion is actually a very beautiful philosophy. It is sad that these days, the world is so polarised, over-sensitised, fearful, filled with irrational hatred and cowed by political correctness when it comes to religion. 902 more words