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The Catholic School forms part of the saving mission of the Church, especially for education in the faith. People cannot meaningfully practice what they do not know. It is for this reason that students study Religion as part of their Secondary School program. It is not knowledge that can simply be “picked up”. This is a very demanding study recognized as such by universities around the world.


Through their studies, young people are provided with the knowledge, skills, character development and spiritual formation they will need to be successful in life in light of the teaching and traditions of the Catholic faith.


Students, staff and parents participate in outreach to the community. Included in the religious studies program at Francis Libermann are opportunities to participate in several community activities including Free the Children Club, 30 Hour Famine, Pennies for Heaven, Christmas Baskets and Good Sheppard Volunteers.


Department Head

Veronica Tuzi


Course Outlines (click to download document):

HRE101 - Be With Me

HRE201 - Church and Culture

HRF301 - World Religions: Beliefs, Issues and Religious Tradition

HRT3M1 - World Religions: Beliefs, Issues and Religions Tradition

HRE401 - Church and Culture: Called to be Discerning Believers

HRE4M1 - Church and Culture​