The practice and living of our Catholic Faith is a very important point of the School’s Philosophy. We believe that the opportunities for each student to discover their nature as human beings created by God is the starting point for a long journey of growing in many dimensions, such as spiritually, physically, emotionally, intellectually, socially and morally.
The aim is to permit the students to obtain knowledge of the principles of our Catholic Faith and to motivate them to live their Christian virtues in their school environment, their home and their community.
The methodology to be applied demands active participation and true engagement of the students, by taking into consideration the students’ interests, life experience and interaction with classmates.
Living and practice of our Catholic Faith is achieved through several activities, such as:
- Faith Education classes.
- Moments for daily praying, in the early morning, before and after meals, and before going home.
- Celebrations of the Eucharist, every Thursday to honor The Most Holy Sacrament, and for the Church’s major festivities and liturgical periods.
- Being informed of the Church’s news and exhortations from the Holy Father, the Pope, and our local archbishop.
- Catechesis and administration of the sacraments of First Communion and Confirmation.
- Spiritual retreats and pilgrimages.
- Sharing with needed fellows in our local community.
- Caring for and being supportive with classmates, teachers and other staff in school.