Posted by Philippe Dulawan
on 19 August 2021
Let us remember' is a prayer and reflection resource offered to Lasallian schools and works. It might be used for individual prayer and reflection or at the beginning of team/faculty meetings, staff briefings or whole staff meetings. There will be a different focus for each reflection and over time a library of prayers and reflections will be developed for use.
Today's theme is "Music"
People often ask me, due to my Filipino heritage and propensity to be in front o...
Posted by National Catholic Education Commission
on 18 August 2021
New video resources are now available for school leaders and teachers to support the delivery of Religious Education in Catholic schools across Australia.
The series of professional learning videos are designed to encourage discussion among Catholic educators through the unpacking of the Framing Paper on Religious education in Australian Catholic Schools (2018).
Produced by the National Catholic Education Commission's Faith Formation and Religious Education (FFRE) Standing...
Posted by Lead Author:Ms Hoorab Romail, Section Asst. Co-ordinator, St. Joseph's High School Gujranwala (edited Br Gary Wilson))
on 17 August 2021
Religions, intolerance and violence go together many people believe in the modern world, while they proclaim peace and generosity in their own fields of endeavour. Lasallian schools in the District's Pakistan sector show how religions can operate harmoniously even in a politically defined official religion state (Editor).
Eid and its Significance
"The word Eid means 'feast' or 'Festival'. Each year the Muslim community celebrates two main feasts i.e. Eid-al-Fitr...
on 16 August 2021
You are invited to join Associate Professor Bill Sultmann as he launches the latest addition to the Catholic Educator series "Pedagogy and the Catholic Educator: Nurturing Hearts and Transforming Possibilities" Authors Therese and Jim D’Orsa will be present, and the launch will be hosted by Dr Amber Calleja.
Every day teachers make decisions about how they intend ‘to make a difference’ for the students they teach, and so realise the hopes they...
Posted by Sr Christine Ramada, CSFN
on 16 August 2021
Greetings to all,
The NSW Vocation Network has produced a podcast for the National Vocation Awareness Week. The podcast shares the stories and experiences of several religious men and women who have committed themselves to be religious in the church today.
Please feel free to share the attached audio with your networks and to individuals that you think might be interested.
A heartfelt gratitude goes to everyone who contributed to this project and to those who supported us with t...
Posted by Rana Brogan
on 15 August 2021
In our Catholic tradition we believe that Mary, the Mother of Jesus, was taken into heaven as a reward for her faith and trust in God. Her life and devotion should be an example for us.
In one of his meditations, our founder, St John Baptist De La Salle said "that the special grace we ought to ask, of the Blessed Mary, on this day, the Feast of the Assumption is for us to be removed and to be freed from the corruption of the world and especially to have great purity" (Med 156.2)...
Posted by Brother Jorge Meneses, FSC
on 13 August 2021
This article originally appeared in Bulletin 249: Educating in Justice (Rome: Brothers of the Christian Schools, 2004), pages 4-11. In it, the author provides a rich presentation of the promotion of justice, coupled with the educational service of the poor, within a Lasallian Catholic framework. Education for justice is not merely a specific subject area taught in school but a common thread which runs throughout the whole curriculum. Consequently, the educational plan should revolve around ...