≤››ģ ”∆Ķ Catholic District School Board - Catholic High School,Kindergarten, Mississauga Catholic, Brampton Catholic, Caledon Catholichttp://www.dpcdsb.org/≤››ģ ”∆Ķ Catholic District School Board - Catholic High School,Kindergarten, Mississauga Catholic, Brampton Catholic, Caledon CatholicDPCDSB<generator>≤››ģ ”∆Ķ RSS Feeder 1.0.0.0</generator>Catholic Education WeekTue, 21 May 2024 18:22:49 GMT21/05/2024May 2024<p><strong>‚Äč‚Äč‚Äč‚Äč‚Äč‚Äč<img src="/PublishingImages/Pages/Catholic-Education-Week/CEW-Dove_Logo-txt-Left%20smallwe.png" alt="CEW-Dove_Logo-txt-Left smallwe.png" style="margin&#58;5px;" /><br></strong><strong>This year's&#160;Catholic Education Week was held on&#160;May 5-10, 2024.<br></strong><br>‚ÄčCatholic Education Week begins on a Sunday to highlight the partnership that remains the foundation of Catholic education between our Catholic schools and local Catholic parishes.‚Äč<br><br>During Catholic Education Week, the ≤››ģ ”∆Ķ Catholic District School Board celebrated&#160;the significant contribution that Catholic Education has made to the community, the province and to Canada.<br><br>Catholic Education Week was marked by special activities at all grade levels, including prayer celebrations,&#160;service activities, Ontario Catholic Student Youth Day and Catholic Education Week Provincial Mass.<br><br><strong>This year's&#160;theme was&#160;'We Are Called to Love&quot;.<br></strong><img src="/PublishingImages/Pages/Catholic-Education-Week/CEW-2024-LOGO%20Small.png" alt="CEW-2024-LOGO Small.png" style="margin&#58;5px;" /><br><strong>‚Äč‚Äč‚Äč‚ÄčFor more information about Catholic Education Week and to access OCSTA Resources, visit the&#160;</strong><a href="https&#58;//www.ocsta.on.ca/project/we-are-called-to-love/"><strong>OCSTA website‚Äč‚Äč‚Äč</strong></a><strong>.&#160;‚Äč</strong><br></p><p><br><a href="https&#58;//www.ocsta.on.ca/ocsta/wp-content/uploads/2024/02/We-Are-Made-For-Love-FINAL.mp3"><br><br><br><br><br><br><br>‚Äč</a><br></p><p>&#160;<br></p><br><br><br><br><br><p></p>http://www3.dpcdsb.org/catholic-community/catholic-education-week/catholic-education-week5/21/2024 2:22:49 PMCatholic High School,Kindergarten, Mississauga Catholic, Brampton Catholic, Caledon CatholicParishesWed, 02 Aug 2023 19:12:29 GMT02/08/2023Aug 2023<p> <b>‚Äč‚Äč Archdiocese of Toronto</b><br>The Most Reverend Ivan Camilleri Auxiliary Bishop of Toronto<br>1155 Yonge Street, Toronto, ON&#160;&#160; M4T 1W2<br>416-207-4983 <br><a href="mailto&#58;western.region@archtoronto.org">western.region@archtoronto.org</a> <br> <a href="http&#58;//www.archtoronto.org/" target="_blank">www.archtoronto.org</a> </p><p><strong>Catholic Pastoral Centre</strong><br>Parish Boundary Information <br>416-934-3400 ext.100</p><div id="accordionParishArea"><h3>Mississauga</h3><div><table width="100%"><tbody><tr><td valign="top"><p> <b>CHRIST THE KING (CRISTO REI)</b><br>3495 Confederation Pkwy.<br>Mississauga, ON, L5B 3G5<br>Rev. Carlos Macatangga, SVD, Pastor<br>905-270-1133<br> </p><p> <b>CROATIAN MARTYRS</b><br>4605 Mississauga&#160; Rd.<br>Mississauga, ON, L5M 7C6<br>Rev. Bozidar Tensek, Pastor <br>905-826-8844 </p><p> <b>LITHUANIAN MARTYRS</b><br>494 Isabella Ave.<br>Mississauga, ON, L5B 2G2<br>Rev. Nerijus Smeruskoas, Pastor <br>905-277-4320</p><p> <b>MERCIFUL REDEEMER</b><br>2775 Erin Centre Blvd.<br>Mississauga, ON, L5M 5W2<br>Rev. Seamus Hogan, Pastor<br>905-812-0030</p><p> <b>OUR LADY OF THE AIRWAYS</b><br> 7411 Darcel Ave.<br> Mississauga, ON, L4T 2X5<br> Rev. Ruggiero Dibenedetto, Pastor <br> 905-677-4615<br><br> <b>PAROISSE DE LA SAINTE FAMILLE</b><br> 1780 Meadowvale Blvd.<br> Mississauga, ON, L5N 7K8<br> Rev. Antoine Badr, O.A.M., Administrator<br> 905-826-6316</p><p> <b>SAVIOUR OF THE WORLD CHINESE CATHOLIC</b><br> 30 Bristol Road West<br> Mississauga, ON, L5R 3K3<br> Rev. Raymond So, Pastor<br> 905-568-8939 </p><p><b>Ss. SALVADOR DO MUNDO</b><br> 1225 Melton Dr.<br> Mississauga, ON, L4Y 4B1<br> Rev. Carlos Macatangga, SVD, Pastor<br> 905-277-8610 </p><p> <b>ST. CATHERINE OF SIENA</b><br> 2340 Hurontario St. <br> Mississauga, ON, L5B 1N1<br> Rev. Walter Tonelotto,&#160;C.S., Pastor<br> 905-272-1454<br> </p><p> <b>ST. CHARBEL MARONITE</b><br> C/O St. Dominic's Parish<br> 625 Atwater Ave.<br> Mississauga, ON, L5G 2A8<br>&#160;Rev. Msgr. Joseph Salame, Pastor<br> 416-414-9165 </p><p> <b>ST. CHRISTOPHER</b><br> 1171 Clarkson Rd. N.<br> Mississauga, ON, L5J 2W1<br> Rev. Joseph Rodrigues, Pastor<br> 905-822-1171</p><p> <b>ST. DOMINIC</b><br> 625 Atwater Ave.<br> Mississauga, ON, L5G 2A8<br> Rev. Terence Dias, Pastor<br> 905-278-7762</p><p> <b>ST. FRANCIS OF ASSISI<br></b>2473 Thorn Lodge Dr.<br>Mississauga, ON, L5K 1K8<br>Rev. Damian Ali, Pastor<br>905-822-8132<b><br> </b></p><p> <b>ST. FRANCIS XAVIER</b><br> 5650 Mavis Road<br> Mississauga, ON, L5V 2N6<br> Rev. James Cherickal, Pastor <br> 905-890-5290</p><p> <b>ST. IGNATIUS LOYOLA</b><br> 2300 Burnhamthorpe Rd. W.<br> Mississauga, ON, L5L 3T6<br> Rev.&#160; Timothy Hanley, Pastor<br> 905-820-1444</p></td><td valign="top"><p> <b>ST. JOHN OF THE CROSS</b><br> 6890 Glen Erin Dr.<br> Mississauga, ON, L5N 2E1<br> Rev. Joyson George, O.Carm., Pastor<br> 905-821-1331</p><p> <b>ST. JOSEPH</b><br> 5440 Durie Rd.<br> Mississauga, ON, L5M 2J5<br> Rev. Paul Dobson, Pastor<br> 905-826-2766</p><p> <b>ST. JOSEPHINE BAKHITA</b><br>&#160;3200 Thomas Street<br> Missisauga, ON L5M 0V6<br> Rev. Mark Villanueva, Pastor<br> 289-997-2105</p><p> <b>ST. JOSEPH SYRIAC CATHOLIC</b><br> 999 Lakeshore Road East<br> Mississauga, ON, L5E 1E5<br> Rev. Thaer Abba, Pastor<br> 905-278-0511</p><p> <b>ST. MARTIN OF TOURS</b><br> 1290 McBride Ave.<br> Mississauga, ON, L5C 1M8<br> Rev. Gijo Muthanattu, O.Carm., Pastor<br> 905-279-5742</p><p> <b>ST. MARY STAR OF THE SEA</b><br> 11 Peter St. S.<br> Mississauga, ON, L5H 2G1<br> Rev. Michael Simoes, Pastor <br> 905-278-2058</p><p> <b>ST. MARY DORMITION UKRAINIAN</b><br> 3625 Cawthra Rd.<br> Mississauga, ON, L5A 2Y4<br> Rt. Rev. Roman Pankiw, Pastor<br> 905-279-9387<br><br> <strong>ST. MARY'S SYRO-MALABAR KNANAYA</strong><br><strong> CATHOLIC MISSION</strong><br> c/o 45 Ludstone Dr.<br> Etobicoke, ON, M9R 2J2<br> Fr. George Parayil, Priest<br> 416-859-2196<br><br> <strong>ST. MAXIMILLIAN KOLBE</strong><br> 4260 Cawthra Rd.<br> Mississauga, ON, L4Z 1V8<br> Rev. Bogdan Osiecki, O.M.I., Pastor <br> 905-848-2420<br><br><b>ST. PATRICK (MISSISSAUGA)</b><br> 921 Flagship Dr.<br> Mississauga, ON, L4Y 2J6<br> Rev. John Facey, Pastor <br> 905-270-2301<br><br><b>ST. </b><strong>ALPHONSA CATHEDRAL</strong>&#160;<strong>SYRO-MALABAR MISSION</strong><br>6630 Turner Valley Road<br>&#160;Mississauga, ON, L5N 2P1<br>Fr. Jose Alencherry, Pastor<br> 905-814-6003</p><p> <b>STS.&#160; CYRIL &amp; METHODIUS</b><br> 5255 Thornwood Dr.<br> Mississauga, ON, L4Z 3J3<br> Rev. Grzegorz Nowicki, Pastor <br> 905-712-1200<br><br><b>STS. MARTHA &amp; MARY</b><br> 1870 Burnhamthorpe Rd. E.<br> Mississauga, ON, L4X 2S5<br> Rev. Paul Magyar, Pastor <br> 905-625-5670</p><p> <b>STS. PETER &amp; PAUL</b><br> 4070 Central Parkway E.<br> Mississauga, ON, L4Z 1T6<br> Rev. Mario Salvadori, Pastor&#160;<br> 905-273-6630<br><br><br><br> </p></td></tr></tbody></table></div><h3>Brampton</h3><div><table width="100%"><tbody><tr><td valign="top"><p> <b>GUARDIAN ANGELS&#160;‚Äč<br></b>10630 Creditview Road<br>Brampton, ON, L7A 0T4<br>Rev. Jan Gogolewski, Pastor<br>905-970-9175 </p><p> <b>OUR LADY OF FATIMA</b><br> 101 Malta Ave.<br>Brampton, ON, L6Y 4C8<br>Rev. Andrzej Chilmon, Pastor&#160;&#160; <br>905-454-3010<br><br><b>ST. ANNE</b><br> 115 Vodden St. E.<br>Brampton, ON, L6V 1M4<br>Rev. 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Roger Pascall, Pastor <br>905-792-7497</p><p> <b>ST. MARY</b><br> 66A Main St. S.<br>Brampton, ON, L6W 2C6<br>Rev. Liborio Amaral, Pastor<br>905-451-2300<br><br><b>ST. PATRICK (WILDFIELD)</b><br>11873 The Gore Rd.<br>Brampton, ON, L6P 0B2<br>Rev.&#160;Mon. Owen Keenan, Pastor&#160; <br>905-794-0486<br></p></td></tr></tbody></table></div><h3>Caledon/Bolton</h3><div><table width="100%"><tbody><tr><td valign="top"><p> <b>HOLY FAMILY</b><br> 60 Allan Drive<br>Bolton, ON,&#160;L7E 1P7<br>Rev. Andrew Cyruk, Pastor&#160; &#160; &#160; &#160;<br>905-857-1938<br></p><p> <b>ST. CORNELIUS</b><br> 16631 Kennedy Rd.<br>Caledon, ON, L7C 3E6<br>Rev. Robert Glynn, Pastor<br>905-880-0080 </p></td><td valign="top"><p> <b>ST. JOHN THE EVANGELIST</b><br> 16066 The Gore Rd.<br>Caledon, ON, L7C 3E6<br>Rev. Robert Glynn, Pastor<br>905-880-0080</p></td></tr></tbody></table></div><h3>Orangeville</h3><div><table width="100%"><tbody><tr><td valign="top"><p> <b>ST. TIMOTHY </b> <br>42 Dawson Rd.<br>Orangeville, ON, L9W 2W3<br>Rev. Luis Calleja, Pastor<br>519-941-2424<br> </p></td><td valign="top"><p>&#160;</p></td></tr></tbody></table></div></div>http://www3.dpcdsb.org/catholic-community/parishes/parishes8/2/2023 3:12:29 PMCatholic High School,Kindergarten, Mississauga Catholic, Brampton Catholic, Caledon CatholicVirtue of the MonthFri, 03 Feb 2023 20:08:33 GMT03/02/2023Feb 2023<p>‚Äč‚ÄčA Catholic faith community is rooted in a set of common beliefs about God‚Äôs will for all people.<br><br>A virtue is a habit or established capacity to perform good actions according to a moral standard. When we practice these virtues we strengthen them and thereby make the presence of God more and more visible in the world around us.<br><br>The month-at-a-time format provides the whole school with a common language to move and celebrate through the school year. <br> <br>This program provides vocabulary and milestones for a continuous school-wide conversation about how we can creatively maintain and strengthen a safe school community that reflects the values and teachings of Jesus Christ.</p><h2>The Ten Virtues at a Glance</h2><h2>September&#58; Faith</h2><hr /><div class="virtue-image">&#160;<img alt="September Faith" src="/PublishingImages/Pages/Virtue-of-the-Month/septemberfaith1.jpg" border="0" /></div> <div class="virtue-content"><p class="virtue-content"> <em>Now faith is the assurance of things hoped for, the conviction of things not seen (Heb. 11&#58;1)</em></p><p class="virtue-content"> <strong>Elementary&#58;</strong> God made us to live together as a family community. </p><p class="virtue-content"> <strong></strong> <strong>Secondary&#58; </strong>Faith... is an attitude which encourages us to involve God in our lives and helps us to maintain and develop our relationships with God and with others both when things are going well and when they are not.</p><p class="virtue-content"> <strong>From the perspective of the Catholic Graduate Expectations, a person of faith‚Ķ</strong></p><ul><li>Knows the saving story of our Christian faith </li><li>Speaks the language of life </li><li>Prays and worships God</li></ul></div><h2>October&#58; Empathy</h2><hr /><div class="virtue-image">&#160;<img alt="October Empathy" src="/PublishingImages/Pages/Virtue-of-the-Month/octoberempathy1.jpg" border="0" /></div><div class="virtue-content"><p class="virtue-content"> <em>Judge your neighbor‚Äôs feelings by your own, and in every matter be thoughtful. (Sir. 31&#58;15)</em></p><p class="virtue-content"> <strong>Elementary&#58;</strong> God wants us to care about everyone's feelings</p><p class="virtue-content"> <strong>Secondary&#58;</strong> Empathy‚Ķis the ability to put oneself in another's shoes and the capacity to feel what the other person is feeling.</p><p class="virtue-content"> <strong>From the perspective of the Catholic Graduate Expectations, an empathetic person...</strong></p><ul><li>Is confident in the dignity of selves and others </li><li>Believes that the cross is the ultimate sign of forgiveness </li><li>Seeks and grants permission</li></ul></div><h2>November&#58; Conscience</h2><hr /><div class="virtue-image">&#160;<img alt="November Conscience" src="/PublishingImages/Pages/Virtue-of-the-Month/novemberconscience1.jpg" border="0" /></div><div class="virtue-content"><p class="virtue-content"> <em>Therefore I do my best always to have a clear conscience toward God and all people. (Acts 24&#58;16)</em></p><p class="virtue-content"> <strong>Elementary&#58;</strong> God helps us to choose to be good people</p><p class="virtue-content"> <strong>Secondary&#58;</strong> Conscience‚Ķis the voice of God within us. A developed conscience helps us make decisions that support truly loving relationships.</p><p class="virtue-content"> <strong>From the perspective of the Catholic Graduate Expectations, <strong>a person of conscience...</strong>‚Äč</strong></p><ul><li>Makes decisions according to gospel values </li><li>Accepts accountability for one's own actions</li></ul></div><h2>December&#58; Hope</h2><hr /><div class="virtue-image">&#160;<img alt="December Hope" src="/PublishingImages/Pages/Virtue-of-the-Month/decemberhope1.jpg" border="0" /></div><div class="virtue-content"><p class="virtue-content"> <em>May the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace in&#160;believing, so that you may abound in hope by the power of the&#160;Holy Spirit.&#160;(Rom. 15&#58;13)</em></p><p class="virtue-content"> <strong>Elementary&#58;</strong> God helps us to work for a more peaceful world even when we feel discouraged.</p><p class="virtue-content"> <strong>Secondary&#58;</strong> Hope...is the virtue of relying on God. It keeps us searching for true happiness and sustains us during hard times or discouragement.</p><p class="virtue-content"> <strong>From the perspective of the Catholic Graduate Expectations, a person of hope...</strong></p><ul><li>Sees more good than evil in the world </li><li>Acts legally and morally</li></ul></div><h2>January&#58; Self-Control/Decision Making</h2><hr /><div class="virtue-image">&#160;<img alt="January Self-Control/ Decision Making" src="/PublishingImages/Pages/Virtue-of-the-Month/januaryselfcontrol1.jpg" border="0" /></div><div class="virtue-content"><p class="virtue-content"> <em>Like a city breached, without walls, is one who lacks self-control. 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Developing loving habits helps us to respond lovingly to others in our choices and actions.</p><p class="virtue-content"> <strong>From the perspective of the Catholic Graduate Expectations, a person with self-control...</strong></p><ul><li>Has a positive, confident sense of self and others </li><li>Adapts to situations in light of the common good </li><li>Thinks reflectively to solve problems </li><li>Applies effective communication, decision-making, problem-solving &amp; resource management skills </li><li>Reflects on personal values, abilities and aspirations </li><li>Participates in leisure and fitness activities for a balanced and healthy lifestyle</li></ul></div><h2>February&#58; Respect</h2><hr /><div class="virtue-image">&#160;<img alt="Febuary Respect" src="/PublishingImages/Pages/Virtue-of-the-Month/februaryrespect1.jpg" border="0" /></div><div class="virtue-content"><p class="virtue-content"> <em>For though I am free with respect to all, I have made myself a servant to all, so that I might win more of them. 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It helps us to see others as God sees them, to accept them as they are, and to treat them with dignity.</p><p class="virtue-content"> <strong>From the perspective of the Catholic Graduate Expectations, a respectful person...</strong></p><ul><li>Has a confident, positive sense of self and respect for the dignity and welfare of others </li><li>Honours the rights, responsibilities and contributions of self and others </li><li>Values and honours the important role of family in society </li><li>Values the environment and uses resources wisely </li><li>Honours the faith traditions, world religions and life journeys of all people of goodwill</li></ul></div><h2>March&#58; Kindness</h2><hr /><div class="virtue-image">&#160;<img alt="March Kindness" src="/PublishingImages/Pages/Virtue-of-the-Month/marchkindness1.jpg" border="0" /></div><div class="virtue-content"><p class="virtue-content"> <em>Whoever pursues righteousness and kindness will find life and honor. 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Our empathy for others is transformed into action, an action that extends beyond concern for ourselves.</p><p class="virtue-content"> <strong>From the perspective of the Catholic Graduate Expectations, a kind person...</strong></p><ul><li>Relates to family members in a loving, compassionate manner </li><li>Values and honours the important role of the family in society </li><li>Examines, evaluates and applies knowledge of interdependent systems for the development of a just and compassionate society </li><li>Promotes the sacredness of life</li></ul></div><h2>April&#58; Love</h2><hr /><div class="virtue-image">&#160;<img alt="April Love " src="/PublishingImages/Pages/Virtue-of-the-Month/aprillove1.jpg" border="0" /></div><div class="virtue-content"><p> <em>'You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your mind, and with all your strength.' The second is this, 'You shall love your neighbor as yourself.' 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Love involves a deliberate choice to give and to serve others even though the service may go unnoticed and unappreciated.</p><p> <strong>From the perspective of the Catholic Graduate Expectations, a loving&#160;person...</strong></p><ul><li>Relates to family intimacy and sexuality as God-given gifts, to be used as the creator intended </li><li>Relates to family members in a loving, compassionate and respectful manner especially when the other seems 'unlovable' </li><li>Respects the rights, responsibilities and contributions of self and others</li></ul></div><h2>May&#58; Acceptance</h2><hr /><div class="virtue-image">&#160;<img alt="May Acceptance" src="/PublishingImages/Pages/Virtue-of-the-Month/mayacceptance1.jpg" border="0" /></div><div class="virtue-content"><p> <em>If one member suffers, all suffer together with it; if one member is honored, all rejoice together with it. Now you are the body of Christ and individually members of it. 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Everyone should strive to love and respect their neighbour, as they love and respect themselves.</p><p> <strong>From the perspective of the Catholic Graduate Expectations, an accepting&#160;person...</strong></p><ul><li>Finds meaning, dignity fulfillment and vocation in work which contributes to the common good </li><li>Witnesses Catholic social teaching by promoting equality, democracy, and solidarity for a just, peaceful and compassionate society </li><li>Respects and affirms the diversity and interdependence of the world‚Äôs peoples and cultures </li><li>Respects and understands the history, cultural heritage and pluralism of today‚Äôs contemporary society</li></ul></div><h2>June&#58; Fairness</h2><hr /><div class="virtue-image">&#160;<img alt="June Fairness" src="/PublishingImages/Pages/Virtue-of-the-Month/junefairness1.jpg" border="0" /></div><div class="virtue-content"><p> <em>I do not mean that there should be relief for others and pressure on you, but it is a question of a fair balance between your present abundance and their need, so that their abundance may be for your need, in order that there may be a fair balance. (2 Cor. 8&#58;13-14)</em></p><p> <strong>Elementary&#58;</strong> God wants us to treat each person as we would like to be treated.</p><p> <strong>Secondary&#58;</strong> Fairness‚Ķis the ability to be open-minded and act in a just and fair way. Fairness allows us to treat others with mercy and compassion -- to feel and act with and for another person.</p><p> <strong>From the perspective of the Catholic Graduate Expectations, a fair person...</strong></p><ul><li>Presents information and ideas clearly, honestly and with sensitivity to others </li><li>Finds meaning, dignity, fulfillment and vocation in work which contributes to the good </li><li>Accepts accountability for one‚Äôs own action </li><li>Exercises the rights and responsibilities of Canadian citizenship </li><li>Contributes to the common good</li></ul></div>http://www3.dpcdsb.org/catholic-community/virtue-of-the-month/virtue-of-the-month2/3/2023 3:08:33 PMCatholic High School,Kindergarten, Mississauga Catholic, Brampton Catholic, Caledon CatholicCommunity PartnersFri, 10 Dec 2021 21:15:19 GMT10/12/2021Dec 2021<p>From the Archdiocese of Toronto to local parishes, Catholic parent groups, municipalities and beyond, the ≤››ģ ”∆Ķ Catholic District School Board maintains relationships with various stakeholders and community partners as part of our collaborative approach to providing a culture of excellence in Catholic education. This culture of excellence is reflected in our high level of student achievement and well-being facilitated through our safe, caring, healthy and inclusive schools. <br> <br>Our Catholic schools are an integral part of each of the communities we serve; indeed, our Catholic schools and parishes have been instrumental in the development and growth of the Region of Peel and Dufferin County. Community partnerships provide mutually beneficial dividends that not only ensure great Catholic schools, but also contribute to the vitality of the communities in which we are a part.<br><br>Some of our community partners include&#58;<br><br><a href="http&#58;//www.archtoronto.org/" target="_blank">Archdiocese of Toronto</a><br><a href="http&#58;//www.ocsta.on.ca/" target="_blank">Ontario Catholic School Trustees Association (OCSTA)</a><br><a href="http&#58;//oapce.on.ca/oapce/" target="_blank">Ontario Association of Parents in Catholic Education (OAPCE)</a><br><a href="http&#58;//www.sharelife.org/Public/Home.aspx" target="_blank">ShareLife</a><br><a href="http&#58;//saltandlighttv.org/" target="_blank">Salt &amp; Light Television</a><br><a href="http&#58;//catholicregister.org/" target="_blank">The Catholic Register</a><br><a href="http&#58;//www.catholiccurriculumcorp.org/" target="_blank">Catholic Curriculum Corporation</a><br><a href="http&#58;//www.iceont.ca/" target="_blank">Institute of Catholic Education (ICE)</a><br><a href="http&#58;//acbo.on.ca/" target="_blank">Assembly of Catholic Bishops of Ontario (ACBO)</a><br><a href="http&#58;//www.mississauga.ca/portal/home" target="_blank">City of Mississauga</a><br><a href="http&#58;//www.brampton.ca/en/pages/welcome.aspx" target="_blank">City of Brampton</a><br><a href="http&#58;//www.town.caledon.on.ca/en/index.asp" target="_blank">Town of Caledon</a><br><a href="http&#58;//www.orangeville.ca/" target="_blank">Town of Orangeville</a><br><a href="/Documents/Peel%20Human%20Trafficking%20Service%20Providers%20Committee.pdf">Peel Human Trafficking Service Providers Committee</a><br><span style="font-family&#58;&quot;calibri&quot;,sans-serif;font-size&#58;11pt;"><font color="#000000"></font></span><a href="http&#58;//www.peelregion.ca/health/">Peel Public Health</a><br><a href="http&#58;//www.peelpolice.on.ca/en/" target="_blank">Peel Regional Police</a><br><a href="http&#58;//www.opp.ca/ecms/index.php?id=326" target="_blank">Caledon OPP</a><br><a href="http&#58;//www.orangeville.ca/" target="_blank">Orangeville Police Service</a><br class="ms-rteThemeForeColor-5-0"><a href="https&#58;//www.oct.ca/"><span class="ms-rteThemeForeColor-5-0">Ontario College of Teachers (OCT)</span></a><br><span style="font-family&#58;&quot;calibri&quot;,sans-serif;font-size&#58;11pt;"><font color="#000000"><a href="https&#58;//wdgpublichealth.ca/">Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph Public Health</a></font></span></p><p><span style="font-family&#58;&quot;calibri&quot;,sans-serif;font-size&#58;11pt;"><font color="#000000"></font></span>&#160;</p> http://www3.dpcdsb.org/catholic-community/community-partners/community-partners12/10/2021 4:15:19 PMCatholic High School,Kindergarten, Mississauga Catholic, Brampton Catholic, Caledon CatholicCatholic EducationFri, 10 Dec 2021 21:15:16 GMT10/12/2021Dec 2021<p>Catholic Education Catholic schools exist to inform, form and transform students according to the message of Jesus as it comes to us through scripture and the living tradition of the Church. Fundamental to Catholicism is the belief that parents are the primary educators of children and that education is holistic. <br> <br>All elementary students participate in the Religious Education Program (<a href="http&#58;//iceont.ca/publications/" target="_blank">Elementary Religious Education curriculum</a>) and the Family Life Program (<a href="http&#58;//acbo.on.ca/fully-alive/" target="_blank">Ontario Fully Alive Curriculum</a>) written and approved by the Catholic bishops. In elementary schools, the teaching of Religion as a subject discipline occurs daily. Preparation for the sacraments, in collaboration with the local parish, is an integral part of the Grade 2 and Grade 8 curriculum. In secondary schools, students enroll in one Religion course (whose curriculum is set by the Ontario Bishops (<a href="http&#58;//iceont.ca/publications/" target="_blank">Secondary Religion program</a>) in each of the four years. The Religion and Family Life Programs are intended to provide instruction in the faith and the skills needed for moral decision making. These are life skills which will serve our students long after their formal education has been completed. <br> <br>Perhaps what most distinguishes a Catholic school from that of others is its broad curriculum. All subjects in Catholic schools (and all activities) are taught from the perspective of faith. At its core, curriculum in any subject reveals fundamental beliefs and values about the nature, task and specific character of the educational enterprise. It presupposes and involves a definite understanding of what it means to be human, of how to live together, and the wisdom necessary to sustain life on this planet. Indeed, in its broadest sense, Catholic curriculum is a worldview shaped by the Catholic conversation about life‚Äôs meaning and purpose. Education that is Catholic, analyses all truth and knowledge (literature, history, geography, science, technology, mathematics) through the lens of faith. <br> <br>For the Catholic Church, education is not just about the transmission of knowledge and the acquiring of skills and tools for success in life. While a Catholic education does include formal religious education classes, as outlined above, it is so much more. It includes the open expression and celebration of faith and opportunities for a relationship with God through the entire syllabus of the school. <br> <br>Day retreats are compulsory in each of the four years of secondary school. In addition, Grade 2 and 8 students usually participate in a retreat. A retreat is a time away from the routine of the regular schedule. Students are led through activities and reflections which allow them to think more deeply about who they are as human beings. <br> <br>Prayers, liturgy and religious celebrations are integrated into the daily schedule. Together with the pastor, Liturgy of the Eucharist, which is central to Catholicism, is organized according to the seasons of the church year. Each elementary school has an active pastoral program animated by a staff member who is the faith ambassador. Each secondary school integrates prayer and social justice activities organized with the assistance of the full time chaplaincy leader who is available to students in times of joy and crisis. <br> <br>It is a fundamental Catholic belief that parents, parishes and schools co-operate to educate a child to the fullest extent. An educated person, derived from the Latin origin of the word &quot;education&quot;, is a person who is well brought up. When Catholic teachers, convinced of the vision and mission of Catholic education, together with our priests and pastoral staff, work closely with parents and families, a powerful and exciting possibility emerges. <br> <br>Framed by the Ontario Catholic School Graduate Expectations (OCSGE), our graduates will be effective communicators, reflective thinkers, lifelong learners, collaborative contributors, caring family members, responsible citizens and discerning believers formed in the Catholic faith community. </p><p align="left"> <a href="/Documents/OurCatholicSchoolHeritage1.pdf" target="_blank">Our Catholic School Heritage</a><br>Read an historical understanding of issues related to Catholic education in Ontario. Our Catholic School Heritage is a Q and A style document, written by Dr. Robert Dixon and edited by J.B. Kostoff, Director of Education. </p><p> <a href="/Documents/168YearsofSuccessbrochure.pdf" target="_blank">168 Years of Success</a><br>Catholic Schools have been educating students in mind, body and spirit in Ontario since before the birth of the province. For nearly 170 years they have provided educational excellence, in a school culture imbued with the Gospel values of Jesus Christ. Catholic education has been the foundation for millions of students to develop their full spiritual, academic, physical and social potential.</p>http://www3.dpcdsb.org/catholic-community/catholic-education/catholic-education12/10/2021 4:15:16 PMCatholic High School,Kindergarten, Mississauga Catholic, Brampton Catholic, Caledon Catholiccatholic-communityTue, 12 Jul 2016 21:16:03 GMT12/07/2016Jul 2016<span class="item-wrap"> <ul class="catholic-more-list"><li> <a class="ui-link" href="/catholic-community/catholic-education-week"> <span> <img alt="Catholic Education Week" src="/PublishingImages/Pages/Catholic-Education/catholiceducationthumb.jpg" /></span>Catholic Education Week</a> </li><li> <span> <a class="ui-link" href="/catholic-community/parishes"> <img alt="localparishes.jpg" src="/PublishingImages/Pages/Catholic-Education/localparishes.jpg" />Parishes</a></span></li><li> <span> <a class="ui-link" href="/catholic-community/virtue-of-the-month"> <img alt="virtueofthemonth.jpg" src="/PublishingImages/Pages/Catholic-Education/virtueofthemonth.jpg" />Virtue of the Month</a></span>&#160;</li></ul></span> http://www3.dpcdsb.org/catholic-community/catholic-community7/12/2016 5:16:03 PMCatholic High School,Kindergarten, Mississauga Catholic, Brampton Catholic, Caledon Catholic