Thursday, 28 September 2017

2. Special Character Week 10, Term 3 2017

Faith Facts

In Catholic tradition Michael, Gabriel and Raphael are called archangels. The word archangel comes from the Greek words arche meaning prince and angelos meaning messenger. In other words, God’s main messengers among the angels. Michael means "Who is like God?"  Gabriel means "Power of God" or "Strong One of God" and Raphael means "God has healed".[4] Michael, Gabriel, and Raphael are named in the Bible as angels. 

What are we on about?  “The Catholic school loses its purpose without constant reference to the Gospel and a frequent encounter with Christ. It derives all the energy necessary for its educational work from Him.” - The Catholic School, 55 (1977)

We have strived to attain this goal this term. Let's continue to spread the Gospel message in our words and actions over the holiday.
 Happy and safe holidays to you all. 

God Bless 

Nicola Winders

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