We are called to witness by our life to God’s faithful love for the Jewish people. This call implies that our apostolic life is characterized by a three fold commitment: to the Church, to the Jewish people and to a world of justice, peace and love.
“Sem dúvida a educação é a arte de guiar o desenvolvimento físico, intelectual e moral da pessoa humana, a arte de formar o adulto no estudante” Pe Teodoro Ratisbonne. Deste 2012, o Colégio Sion do Rio de Janeiro - Brasil, na pessoa da Ir. Vaneide NDS, desenvolve...read more
We would like to take a moment to reflect on our trip in March to San Andrés Itzapa, Chimaltenango, to be with the delegation of Sion students from Kansas City. We feel truly grateful for the opportunity to have this experience. We feel that it has been a blessing to...read more
On Thursday May 10th, Canon John O’Toole from the Bishops’ Conference and I headed off to St Mary’s College, Oscott. There was the surprise at Birmingham Station of being met by Archbishop Bernard Longley, who whisked us off for coffee and saw us onto the connecting...read more
Another year of First Communions and Confirmation! It began in September with 60 children registered for First Communion and 68 young people registered for Confirmation. The First Communions were celebrated during 4 masses over 2 Sundays in May, and what excitement. ...read more
Our Sion Community in Manchester has chosen to say a little of the commemorations we had here for the first anniversary of the bombing when 23 people died, 200 were injured, many with life changing injuries and over 900 traumatized. There were all kinds of different...read more
Three of us: Teresa, Helen and Anne took part in an historic event. On Whit Sunday we walked in the Whit procession, we could not find the Catholic groups, so walked behind an Anglican group. The last time I walked in such a procession must have been prior to the...read more