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The Parable of the Sower – what’s that all about!
A little bit late, but here are some thoughts about World Chocolate Day from 7th July!
Our saint this week is from way back once more – the patron saint of actors – Genesius! His statue
Today, I’m glad it’s a small world!
It’s a small world!
We bid farewell to some members of staff and Y13 students who have been so much a part of this
This week we resume our Thursday Saint of the Week project with St. Helen!
I went for a walk in Chester yesterday!
Martha or Mary – what does St. Julie say?
Today is the Feast of Our Lady of Perpetual Help! Here’s the conclusion to our mini-series and below is a
Day 3 of our mini-series on this wonderful icon!
Day 2 of our mini-history of this special icon! Remember – ‘succour’ means ‘help’.
Over the next few days, we’re counting down to the Feast of Our Lady of Perpetual Succour (Help). We are
On this day last year …..
22nd June 1969 was the day Blessed Julie became Saint Julie – our Saint Julie! Here’s a brief account of
This week, it’s the patron saint of television and ICT – St. Clare! Find out why a 13th century woman
Just a few short bidding prayers today – in song!
This week is Learning Disability Week so why not take the chance to reflect on MAKATON – a combination of
There are lots of images and statues of St. Julie – our smiling saint – around school but can you
Greetings – today’s Thought for the Day looks at the possibility of signing a petition! The link is below the
It’s Trinity Sunday – Year A – and Jesus is talking with Nicodemus!
In a new feature, we take a quick look at a saint every week, but remember, the most important saints
And here’s another prayer about parenthood!
Today is the first day back for some students and staff and here are some words of St. Julie to
3:15 p.m. on Friday, 22nd May was the time designated in the school calendar to have our Leavers’ Mass. Circumstances
Another short ‘kindness’ prayer! Don’t forget to be kind to yourself as well as others!
This is Mental Health Awareness Week – a complex topic yet something we are all acquainted with – directly and/or
We continue along John’s account of the Last Supper!
13th May is a special feast day for the Notre Dame family. It’s the date in 1906 when Julie Billiart