December 2014

Fourth Week of Advent

Here I am the servant of the Lord; let it be done to me according to your word. Luke 1:38

Christmas Play

Christ the King Christmas Play is enjoyed by Christ the King school and parish community. 

Third Week of Advent

“And I am not worthy to stoop down and undo the thong of his sandals.” Mark1:7

Congratulations Jacie!

Congratulations Jacie Ruckaber from Mrs. Johnson's Grade 2 Class at St. Michael School in Moose Jaw.   Jacie's picture was chosen for the Holy Trinity School Division 2014 Christmas card.  Great job Jacie.

Local Author Visits St. Agnes

On Friday, December 5, local heroic fantasy author, Melanie McFarlane, visited St. Agnes School and spoke to Grade 6-8 students. Using her most recent book, The Descendants and the Missing Guardian, she explained the steps how Middle Years students could write their own book. 

Check out her website at http://mcfarlanebooks.wix.com

Second Week of Advent

In the Gospel for this Sunday we hear ” the voice of one crying in the wilderness”  that Isaiah prophesied about in the first reading.  The voice is that of John the Baptist the cousin of Jesus.  Often the world can feel like a wilderness of sadness and brokenness and the darkness can seem to overwhelm us.  But John tells us to HOPE because one is coming who will bring a LIGHT that can never be extinguished.  JESUS will bring eternal meaning to all of life and like John we too must continue to cry in the wilder

Sacred Heart Poets Find International 'Audience'

Please click on the picture below to read the Moose Jaw Times Herald story by Nathan Liewicki.

The World is My Audience

Project #TWIMA (The World is My Audience) is a collaborative project developed by Jonathan Smith, a teacher in Ohio. He invited classrooms from around the world to participate in the project by submitting a poem about where they live. Using Google Docs, Morhart’s Minions collaborated in small groups to brainstorm ideas for the poem. Once that process was complete, they came together as a whole class to write their poem about Saskatchewan.