Sixth-year pupils venture out into the highly acclaimed Caritas Award. Read on to find out what the award involves.
Compassion and forgiveness: Pope Francis has completed a two day visit to Ireland, the first papal visit in 40 years.
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.
Speaking from the Vatican, the pontiff celebrates the resurrection of Christ, but warns that war-torn countries need greater support.
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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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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. […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]