Catholics are uniting in solidarity for a more just and sustainable future. Stand united with our brothers and sisters in faith as we grow through the crisis of this moment to build a better tomorrow. Reflect and prepare through online trainings, 16-23 May Join the worldwide day of prayer, 24 May Put preparation into action [...]
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Are you exhausted? I've spoken to a lot of people this week and many people say they are utterly exhausted. This surprised a lot of people. They think, "I've been at home, I've been sitting in front of the computer. I shouldn't feel tired." If you are feeling tired, there are good reasons for [...]
We are starting every day altogether with prayer at 9am. We have a series of Lockdown liturgies and these are based on the "Stations of the Resurrection". We are praying one station a day. On week 1 at our morning prayer and check in hui I talked with the whole school about the symbol [...]
Some Entries for the School Holidays in Lockdown Competition (Best photo or video of family activity/song or dance/creative photo) http://www.stanthony.ac.nz/Gallery-1/T2-Holiday-Comp New Entrants having a Zoom chat with their teacher Jenni Harrison (DRS) Sophia’s Ice Wreath
Take a look at this project on Facebook: www.facebook.com/project.pear and see the article on the RNZ news website
Online learning during the Covid-19 Level 4 lockdown has worked well for Sacred Heart College with students showing diligence and applying themselves to their studies. Term two got off to a digital start on Wednesday with most students adapting to a new normal. For principal Maria Neville-Foster it is not simply a case of [...]
At the end of 2019 I resigned after nearly 22 years as a Catholic College Principal thinking I had experienced most of the complex situations that can take place in a Catholic College. But just one term later, all New Zealand schools have had to manage the Covid-19 pandemic crisis, with schools being forced to [...]