Religious Life of the School

churchaisle.jpgThe Religious Life of the School P-12 is focused on the second dimension of Religious Education, commonly referred to as “teaching people to be religious in a particular way” (Moran, 1991).
The Religious Life of the School P-12 comprises four interrelated components. Each of these strands comprises three distinct yet interrelated sub-strands:

​​​​​​​Religious Identity and Culture: developing the school’s ethos and charism; building authentic Christian community; and creating a sense of the sacred.​​​​​

  • ​​​​​​​Evangelisation and Faith Formation: living the gospel; spiritual formation; and witness to the wider community.
  • ​​​​​​​Prayer and Worship: Christian prayer: celebrating liturgy and sacraments; and ritualising everyday life.
  • ​​​​​​​Social Action and Justice: justice in the school community: action for justice; and reflection on action for justice.