These resources present ideas on ways of teaching the Holy Mass including a look at the way Holy Mass was celebrated historically.
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The Holy Mass
- London Pupils Visit the Eternal City
During this term, pupils from St Thomas More Catholic School, Wood Green, along with pupils from sister schools St George’s, Maida Vale and Bishop Douglass, East Finchley, had the wonderful opportunity to visit the city of Rome.The Religious Edu...
- St Agnes School Celebrate 125th Anniversary
The Mass to celebrate the 125th anniversary of the school on 13th September 2017 was truly memorable. So much thought and preparation had gone into it over many months. The occasion was not dampened by the due to the funeral of Cardinal Cormac Pre...
- The Ealing Mini Mile: Getting that Ealing Feeling
St Augustine’s Priory was proud to sponsor the Ealing Mini Mile held on Saturday 23rd September in Lammas Park, Ealing, an event which enjoyed ideal weather, a great atmosphere and a record 1,600 children competing in the five age-specific races...
- Shadow Home Secretary Inspires Our Lady’s Students During Black History Month
Our Lady’s welcomed the first black female to become MP and to hold a seat in the House of Commons, Diana Abbott. The student council, sixth form and the Year 9 cohort listened to Diane’s incredible speech before having an intimate Q&A session...
- St Paul’s unites in Liturgy for Catholic Education
On Wednesday 19th October, St Paul’s Catholic College in Sunbury hosted a special Liturgy for the staff from schools across the Upper Thames Deanery. The objective was to recognise and celebrate the unique and irreplaceable contribution that ea...
- Mayor’s award for
St Gregory’s Catholic Science College
St Gregory’s has been recognised in the Schools for Success Awards because last year, its GCSE results placed in the top 10% of schools in the country. Headteacher Andrew Prindiville said, ‘We are absolutely delighted to receive another award ...