School Update

Weekly Update: October 21 – 25

“Neither height nor depth, nor anything else in all creation, will be able to separate us from the love of God that is in Christ Jesus our Lord.” — Romans 8:39 (NIV) Dear Parents/Guardians: Thank you for your continued support. As per the recent e-mail that was sent home, please be cautious as you enter

Weekly Update: October 14 – 18

“In happy moments, PRAISE GOD. In difficult moments, SEEK GOD. In quiet moments, WORSHIP GOD. In painful moments, TRUST GOD. Every moment, THANK GOD.” – Rick Warren Dear Parents/Guardians: We hope that you and your families had a blessed Thanksgiving weekend. Thank you for your on-going support in following our Kiss n Ride expectations and

Weekly Memo: October 5 – 11

“God does not give us everything we want, but He does fulfill His promises, leading us along the best and straightest paths to Himself.” –Dietrich Bonhoeffer Dear Parents/Guardians: As per the notification provided to you by the HCDSB, in the event of a full withdrawal of services by CUPE, schools will be closed to students on

Weekly Update: September 30 – October 4

“God will meet you where you are in order to take you where He wants you to go.”  –Tony Evans Dear Parents and Guardians: Thank you for continuing to follow our Kiss n Ride procedures and remembering to vacate the yard once supervision begins. Please note the following information items for this week: Lunch Days:

Weekly Update: Sept. 23 – 27

The dishonest manager in today’s parable knew how to manipulate money to his advantage. But the Gospel warns that no one can serve both God and money. Which do I serve? Is my stewardship such that anyone can tell? (Our Sunday Visitor, ibid., page 31). Thank-you:  Thank you to all parents who came out on

Weekly Update: Sept. 16 – 20

In this week’s Gospel, Jesus tells a parable in three parts: the shepherd who loses one of a hundred sheep; the woman who loses one coin out of ten; and one of the most familiar stories in the Gospels: the prodigal son. In each case, great rejoicing occurs at the finding of the lost sheep,

Weekly Update Sept. 9 – 13

In this week’s Gospel, Jesus asks us to give up our possessions to be His disciples, a counter-cultural statement in today’s society. On our continuing journey to make Christian stewardship our way of life, do we let go of possessions that have mastered us, or are we still mastered by them? Thank you for your

Weekly Update: Sept 3 – 6, 2019

Welcome Back!! In this week’s Gospel, Jesus warns us not to give in to hopes of repayment, but to give openhandedly to the poor and needy. That sort of giving mirrors the bountiful giving of God, and Jesus assures us it is blessed indeed! We wish to send a warm welcome to all those new

Weekly Update: June 24- 28

On Sunday June 23rd, we celebrated the Solemnity of The Body and Blood of Christ (Corpus Christi).  Our Lord, Jesus Christ, with only five loaves and two fish, miraculously fed over 5,000 followers. This miracle foreshadows His institution of the Eucharist on the night before He died. For us, the Eucharist is the foundation of

Weekly Update June 17 – 21

On Sunday we celebrated the Feast of the Holy Trinity. The Father, Son, and Holy Spirit are one in the same God. If, as Christian stewards, our hearts and minds are open, He will guide us to the truth. Like St. Paul, we, as disciples of Christ, endure trials in our lives that, through our