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The Pope Prayer Intention for May

Universal intention ‐ The world of finance 

Let us pray that those in charge of finance will work with 

governments to regulate financial markets and protect citizens from its dangers.

The World of Finance - The Pope Video 5 - May 2021

Via the Pope's Worldwide Prayer Network (Apostleship of Prayer): https://www.popesprayer.vaToday, when we hear talk of finances, we often feel as if it's a s...

May Procession back in time!

May is the Month of Mary

May is a very special month in the Catholic calendar as it marks the month of Mary. This is a time when we should take time to think about Mary and reflect on how she is the Mother of Jesus and Mother to us all. During this month we should take time out from our day to reflect and pray to Mary, especially when we are all living through such new and uncertain times.

 

Below we have included a range of prayers and different activities which relate to Mary our Mother. There are lots of different ideas for which you can do during this special month of May to support you with thinking about her and praying to her. 

 

Please centre your Collective Worship on reflecting on Mary during this month.

 

Every year group has certain mysteries of the Rosary that they should be supporting the children to pray. Please go to the Prayers to Learn Throughout the Year and click on your Year Group Prayer Section below to find, which mysteries of the Rosary your Year Group should be using.

Useful links on how to pray the Rosary

1100 AM Mass Sunday 16th May - Easter VII

Seventh Sunday of Easter (Year B)

Wednesday Word

Important Dates and Events Coming Up!

Please remember in your prayers the Catholic Children in Year 3, 4 and 6 who will be receiving the Sacraments of Reconciliation (Tuesday 8th June) and Holy Communion (Saturday 12th June) for the first time.

The Year of St Joseph

School Entries for Art Competition

Catholic Pupil Profile

 

The Catholic Schools Pupil Profile supports our pupils' spiritual, moral, vocational, social and cultural development. It is used as a basis for policy and curriculum development and thus underpins the whole of the Catholic life of the school. The Jesuit Institute and in particular Fr. Adrian Porter have kindly allowed us to use not only the profile but also the visual images which bring the virtues based profile to life. 

The values and virtues of the Profile support the faith life of the many faith communities who attend English Martyrs' Catholic Primary School.  In celebrating them, we find that it brings us together in our mutual pursuit of a faith-filled life.

2020-2021
Autumn 1 Curious & Active

Autumn 2 Intentional & Prophetic
Spring 1 Grateful & Generous
Spring 2 Attentive & Discerning
Summer 1 Compassionate & Loving
Summer 2 Faith-filled & Hopeful

 

Summer 1 Virtues

Information for Parents to Support their children for the Sacraments of Reconciliation and Holy Communion
Sacraments of Baptism, Reconciliation and Holy Communion 

The Sacrament of Baptism Explained

The Sacrament of Reconciliation Explained

The Sacrament of the Eucharist Explained

Online Resources for Parents to support in Preparation for the Sacraments of Reconciliation and Holy Communion

Teaching Sequence Overview for 2020-2021

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