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Our Faith in Action

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Rooted in Christ: we Belong, we Believe, we Become

We thank the many students, staff, parishes, employee federations, trustees and other Catholic leaders who participated in last week’s launch of the Board’s new pastoral plan. It was truly wonderful to celebrate this launch during Catholic Education Week as we focused on renewing the promise of Catholic education. We were honoured to have His Eminence Cardinal Thomas Collins as our keynote speaker to offer some insights into the theme for our new plan-- “Rooted in Christ: we Belong, we Believe, we Become”.
Inspired by St. Paul’s Letter to the Colossians (“Live your lives in him, rooted and built up in him and established in the faith…abounding in thanksgiving”), our new pastoral plan strengthens our sense of belonging to God and one another, expresses our belief in God through our vision and mission, and works to achieve our goals as people on a common mission.
Learn more about our new pastoral plan:

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The whole student ... Mind, Body, and Soul ... The student is the curriculum, our community is the world, and we are called to walk the talk and be disciples of Christ in what we say, and more importantly, in what we do!


St. Albert’s academic program is augmented with a variety of co-curricular activities and expectations for the whole child to grow - socially, spiritually, emotionally, and academically ... By utilizing the Ontario Catholic Graduate Expectations and our Catholic Social Teachings in discernibly visible and authentic manners, we believe our students will be good global citizens in union with God's creations and all that is good. In short, our students will be ready for life as a disciple of Jesus and a citizen of this great country we call home.



Family Life Program (Fully Alive):


Religious Education Program:


Curriculum Links between Health & Physical Education and  Fully AliveProgram:




Kids Caught doing good ... watch this:



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Catholic Social Teachings.pdf 


You can watch a presentation on Catholic Social Teachings by clicking on either of the links below:




This program was begun by Servant of God, Father Patrick Peyton, CSC with a Rosary campaign to send 1 million Rosaries to Russia. Since the campaign began in September 1991 they have expanded the program all around the world and have sent approximately 20 million Rosaries to families, schools, parishes on every continent.



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Learn to pray the Rosary with our unique interactive Rosary, with audio of the entire prayer. Visit this website and learn how to pray the Rosary, what it means, and learn the prayers.  This is an interactive Rosary!   
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Click the document below and then choose your month for more information:




The Catholic School Graduate Expectations



Here you will find posters of the Catholic School Graduate Expectations. Also provided are links to our Catholic Social Teachings (around for over 100 years) that we constantly refer to in our school.  It's not enough to read about them, you have to enact them.  Walk the talk.  When viewing the CGEs through the lense of the 21st Century Fluencies, one sees how appropriate and applicable they are for all educational stake holders.  The video shorts are no longer than 2 minutes in length.


Click the Link below (Identifying the 4 Cs) to take you to short vignettes about the Ontario Catholic School Graduate Expectations - 21st Century style!



 Watch This ...

This is a powerful video by a Catholic high school in CT.  It is a wonderful message.  Currently, the world seems to be in a mess and the resisters are promulgating it.  This is an excellent video made by high school students who don’t say a word..  From a Catholic High School (Archdiocese of Hartford, CT) in response to a Senator's remark about "Where is God in all the tragedy in the world?”