Religion Department Mission Statement
To provide the means necessary to promote the Catholic Graduate Expectations, so that students are not only learning about the faith but living it in their daily lives. To read more about the expectations of a Catholic school graduate, please click here.
“Catholic schools, which always strive to join their work of education with the explicit proclamation of the Gospel, are a most valuable resource for the evangelization of culture, even in those countries and cities where hostile situations challenge us to greater creativity in our search for suitable methods.” Pope Francis, Apostolic Exhortation, Evangelii Gaudium (Joy of the Gospel) (2013)
Living out the Faith through our Retreat Program
Grade 9 Retreat- Promoting Stewardship of God’s Creation
Grade 9 retreats were held at The Riverwood Conservancy.
Grade 10 Retreat- Social Justice- Promoting Dignity and Respect for All
Grade 10 students volunteered their time at a warehouse that collects and donates food to starving children run by the charity Canadian Food for Children.
Grade 11 Retreat- Promoting Respect for all Cultures and Creeds
The students in Grade 11 have spent time at different places of worship, learning acceptance and respect for those of different faiths.
Grade 12 Retreat- Social Justice- Serving in the Love of Christ
The senior students will be visiting and helping at Good Shepherd Ministries
, an organization that helps the many homeless persons in Toronto.