Looking to give the gift of an experience this year? Tickets to our annual District Day are the perfect stocking stuffer! The annu...
Over the coming months, several Calgary Catholic schools will be hosting Open Houses and Program Information Nights.
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The Calgary Catholic School District will continue to offer opportunities for students and the general public interested in taki...
The Calgary Catholic School District offers a variety of Evening Credit Courses in semester II (February – June 2019). These cours...
#WhyWednesday The Advent wreath usually has four candles, three purple and one pink to match the color of the vestments of the week. The candles are lit on the Sundays of Advent. The first candle, called the Prophets' Candle, is lit on the first Sunday of Advent, then the second candle, called the Bethlehem Candle, is lit on the second Sunday along with the first. On the third Sunday of Advent a pink candle, called the Shepherds' Candle, is lit representing "Rejoice" Sunday, and then the fourth candle, called the Angels' Candle, is lit on the last Sunday of Advent. Sometimes a white candle is placed in the center of the wreath and is called the Christ candle. Sometimes the flame from that candle is used to light the others. In some parishes, the white candle remains unlit until Christmas Eve.
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John went into all the region around the Jordan, proclaiming a baptism of repentance for the forgiveness of sins, as it is written in the book of the words of the Prophet Isaiah, “The voice of one crying out in the wilderness: ‘Prepare the way of the Lord, make his paths straight.’” (Luke 3:3-4)
— Taken from the readings for the Second Sunday of Advent – Year C
Board of Trustees’ Christmas message
Chief Superintendent’s Christmas message
Celebrating the blessing & dedication of three new schools
Now hiring French Immersion teachers
St. Benedict embraces Faith & technology
Faith Day reflections
St. Jean Brebeuf invests in tech thanks to CCEF
Legalization of cannabis