Faith. Hope. Love.
Stand By Me
The Grade 8 Religion course is structured around the second half of the Apostles Creed. The program is divided into 4 modules. The program incorporates the students' personal experience, content information, and application of curricular themes to the world and seeks to provide students with an opportunity to develop a lived sense of faith.
Be With Me
This course examines what it means to be a follower of Christ and to live out the faith that the Catholic community professes in the Apostles' Creed. This course will examine the relationship between the person and the message of Christ and the dominant attitudes of contemporary culture. Beginning with a contextual exploration of scripture, students develop a number of skills relating to textual exegesis.
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Christ and Culture
This course will examine the relationship between the person and the message of Christ and the dominant attitudes of contemporary culture. We will use our scriptural analysis to challenge the restrictive and limiting definitions that our mainstream culture and media use to shape, define and prescribe us. Discussions will also seek to challenge the pervasive ethic of consumerism and materialism in order to emphasize the inherent value, majesty and mystery of our humanity.
In this course students will develop an understanding of the place and influence of religion in our world. Exploration of the major faith traditions, including their history, beliefs, traditions, moral code and faith practices.
Students will also examine pluralism and multiculturalism within our Canadian society and become familiar with the language of effective religious dialogue.
The grade 11 religion program will allow students to break down misconceptions about religions and reflect on what students believe, and where students find life’s meaning.