Students reminded of the power of faith at graduation ceremony

When Father Paul MacNeil, Chair of the Niagara Catholic District School Board, welcomed nearly 2,000 students from the board’s eight schools for their Graduation Celebration, he quoted French Jesuit priest and philosopher Pierre Teilharde de Chardin, and urged them to harness the Church’s power of love.

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A sign of understanding

It was a moment of pride when teacher Michelle Evans watched her students at Easter mass.

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Students learn the spirit of Saint Teresa in renaming ceremony

A life not lived for others is not a life.

 

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Dress a Girl Around the World

St. Paul Catholic Elementary School in Norwood will be sending 160 dresses to girls in impoverished countries around the world – one for every girl in their school.

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St. Peter shows solidarity with local mosque

In the wake of the tragic shooting at a Quebec City mosque, Ottawa’s St. Peter High School community reached out to a local mosque with love and support, and a message from staff and students: We care.

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Catholic Education Week Highlight: Music Monday

The senior music class of Bishop Smith Catholic High School in Pembroke spent the first day of May sharing the gift of music as a contribution to Music Monday, a national event held to promote the importance of art.

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The Power of Pebbles

Everyone in Canada is just a stone’s throw away. At least, that’s what the students at Willowdale’s Cardinal Carter Academy for the Arts are trying to achieve through their huge art installation project.

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3D Printing project puts grade 2 and 3 classes on the cutting edge of technology and learning

Thanks to the Grade 2 and 3 students at École Ste-Marguerite Bourgeoys in Markham, their 3D printing design project has revolutionized lesson plans across the entire Kenora Catholic District School Board. 

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Riley Yesno - A Grade 12 student helping the Prime Minister give a voice to our indigenous people

She’s just a hardworking kid from Thunder Bay, but to the prime minister, Riley Yesno is a rising star.

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Local Catholic Timmins’ schools build new connections through writing poems to the Pope

A picture’s worth a thousand words, but what about a poem? Especially one sent to Pope Francis, who receives about 30 large mail sacks a week. 

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