We were delighted to welcome parents/ carers to our Advent Café, which was a lovely opportunity to share and reflect on God’s word as well as to come together at this special time of preparation. more pictures in the gallery
Topic: Religious Life
On Monday 8th December, we saw another great moment in the history of the our Diocese, as Bishop John Arnold was installed at the Cathedral as the eleventh Bishop of Salford. Representatives from across the diocese,including our own parish priest, Father O’Kane attended the ceremonyIn our school we celebrated by learning about the role of… Read more »
Simply things can make us happy A reading from the book of Ecclesiastes (11: 8 – 10) It’s good to be alive When you are young and when you are old. No matter how long you live, There is always something you can find to be happy about. Enjoy every minute of life, young people,… Read more »
On Sunday at the 11 o’clock Mass our present Year 4 children who received reconciliation, Confirmation and Holy Communion this year, were presented with the Miraculous Medal by Father O’Kane.
The children in key stage 2 attended Mass at Sacred Heart Church for the first week of Advent. We are very proud of our children and were delighted that so many people have commented on the exceptional behaviour and reverence in church. The children will continue to prepare for Jesus’ coming in school and they… Read more »
On Thursday the 5th of December Father Patrick celebrated our first Advent Mass in the school hall. Mrs Dungworth lit the first advent candle on our Advent wreath and the children and staff did readings and presented the offertory.
I can work, play,rest and pray each day Dear Friends, Help everyone who works hard for you. Love and respect them for what they do. Get on well with one another. Encourage each other to work hard. Help people who are afraid. Take care of those who are not very strong. Be patient with everyone…. Read more »
On Saturday 29th November some of the children from our year 3 class made the first reconciliation at Sacred Heart Church. It was a wonderful occasion supported by family, friends, The Sacremental Team and the Class Teacher.
On Friday we did our assembly on Reconciliation. We looked at the meaning of reconciliation, what it means to us and how we can teach others. Reconciliation is the second sacrament and it means to heal the sins that we have made. We confess our sins to God knowing truly in our hearts that we… Read more »
I think before I make choices that affect my health. The Pharisees got together and they tried, as they often did, to trick Jesus. They asked him, “Master, which is the greatest commandment of the ten?” Jesus answered them, “You must love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all your soul and… Read more »