Summer of Faith in Pictures

Can you believe it? Summer is over and school is about to commence. While we were all taking a well-deserved break, events took place across the Catholic world.

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SAINT OF THE WEEK: St Louise of Marillac

Ritty Tomichen | Reporter Born: August 12th 1591 Died: March 15th 1660 Canonised: March 11th 1934 St Louise of Marillac is a true inspiration for us all throughout this Lenten […]

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SAINT OF THE WEEK: St Padre Pio

Ritty Tomichen | Reporter St Padre Pio was born as Francesco Forgione, in 1887 to a small family of farmers. He grew up in a strong, faithful environment and from […]

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HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL DAY

Katie Hunter | Depute Editor-In-Cheif Saturday 27th January marks the annual Holocaust Memorial Day – twenty four hours dedicated specifically to remembering the mass murder of Jewish citizens during the […]

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Saint of the week: SAINT Joseph of Cupertino

Ritty Tomichen | Reporter With several preliminary exams approaching, a little bit of stress has taken over some student’s minds. However, some last-minute revision and a little hope and prayer […]

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Pro-Life Conference: Love Unleashes Life

Lisa Queen & Jessica O’Donnell | Reporters On Thursday 12th October, four pupils attended a pro-life conference held by the SPUC (Society for the Protection of Unborn Children), along with […]

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S6 Rome Trip: Are We There Yet?

Liam Gilroy | Reporter Last week a large gathering of S6 including myself and 6 teachers travelled to Rome for a week, on our long awaited holiday.

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5 Stories From This Week That Will Warm Your Heart

Eleanor Service | This past week has brought so much tragedy and suffering that it has left many of us feeling bleak and pessimistic about the world as a whole. […]

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The Miracle of Mary’s Meals

DONATE: Go to fundraising site (external) | Katie Hunter Today the fifth and sixth year pupils of St Andrew’s and St Bride’s were extremely fortunate to receive a very informative and […]

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Caritas: Our Faith in Action

Love – caritas – is and extraordinary force… – Pope Benedict XVI, 2010 For the past 60 years, the Catholic Church has demonstrated  its values and spread the word of God […]

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St Andrew’s Day

St Andrew’s Day is celebrated each year on 30th November, in honour of St Andrew, the patron saint of Scotland. What you may not know is that he is also […]

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The Catholic Church Gains 17 New Cardinals

Eleanor Service | 17 new cardinals of the Catholic Church have been named by Pope Francis, 13 of which are eligible to vote in Pope Francis’ successor when he passes away […]

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The Wonder Of Mary’s Meals

Katie Nelson | Some people say that 1 person can’t change the world. But I believe that 1 person can change the world. In fact I know of a man […]

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Religion: Still in the Light or Disappearing into Darkness?

Sandra Santhosh | Religion is not having a great time right now due to the pessimistic perception portrayed on it by the media about the sombre events which have happened […]

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