YOU CAN MAKE A  DIFFERENCE

IN THE LIFE

OF ONE PERSON  TODAY

"CHANGING
  PERSPECTIVE
  CHANGING
  LIFE"

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WELCOME

Welcome to Vanier Catholic Secondary School's Office of Religious Education. I hope that the links on this page enable you to explore the multitude of ways we express our mandate to provide a model of education that is animated by the Gospel and that reflects both the traditions and social teachings of the Catholic Faith.
 

Should you have any questions regarding the material found on these pages, please contact Maria Gray or Bruce Gillard at the Office of Religious Education.

Mission Statement

To educate children in a Catholic learning environment. 
Through the sharing of knowledge and Christian values and by celebrating our Catholic faith, students are assisted in developing a personal faith and an understanding and appreciation of self and others.
Each child has the opportunity to strive for academic excellence and to reach his or her potential as a life-long learner.
The uniqueness of each child is celebrated.

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Retreat Dates

Advent Liturgy

Please Note New Time for Liturgy

Monday, December 2 @ 9:00am

Share the Spirt Kick Off Day

End Gender-Based Violence Assembly

Friday, December 6 @ 10:00am

Student Led Conference

October 29

Alumni Day

Thursday, December 19

-Pizza Lunch

-Christmas Class Activities

-Spirit Rally

Last Day of Classes

Friday, December 20

Christmas Liturgy beginning @ 9:00am

Talent Show (Time TBA)

Grad Meetings

Meetings, when scheduled, will take place Wednesday Evenings at 7:00pm in Rm. 5. Meetings are open to all grads and parents/guardians.  Go to the Grad page for more information: Grad Page

Religion Retreat Dates.

Dates may change due to unforseen circumstances - please check with your teacher, Mr. Gillard or Mrs. Gray. 

 

​Grade 8  -  Done

 

Grade 9  -  Spring 2020

 

Grade 10  -  Semester 1 Done 

 

Grade 11  -  Semester 1 Done 

 

Grade 12  -  TBA

 

2020 Grade 7 Orientation - June 1

A Statement of Values and Beliefs

We believe that parents and guardians, students, teachers, administrators, and the Catholic community are the key contributors to Catholic education. All work together for the emotional, intellectual, moral, physical, social and spiritual development of the whole child. Values taught by example empower and support children for a lifetime of learning and participation in their own community and the global community.

 

These values include:

  • a strong personal relationship with God

  • love, respect and forgiveness of oneself and others

  • a sense of self-worth

  • critical and creative thinking skills

  • interpersonal skills, and 

  • witnessing to our faith in the world.

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