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Praying for Unity

This week is the week of prayer for Christian Unity. The call to pray for the unity of the Church goes back to Jesus. His words show us the unity and love between Jesus and his Father; help us to share Jesus’ life with his Continue reading …

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Peace Sunday 2021

Peace Sunday is on 17 January and this year Pope Francis asks us to think about ‘A Culture of Care as a Path to Peace’.  Pope Francis calls on us to “strive daily, in concrete and practical ways, to form a community composed of brothers Continue reading …

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Faith Alive at Saint Thomas More

During this lockdown we want to highlight for you the different resources that are available from school to help nourish us spiritually. Each week the Collective worship power points will appear on the school Facebook page and the school website. They will provide prayers and Continue reading …

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Advent appeals thanks

We would like to thank students, staff, parents and carers for their incredible generosity in donating to our Advent appeals. Yesterday afternoon our donations were delivered to Fr Craig. Year 7’s and Year 8’s emergency supplies for the homeless will go to the Good Shepherd Continue reading …

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Christmas Service 2020

This year has been an especially challenging one, but it has not stopped the St. Thomas More Christmas spirit! We may not all be in school together, but as a community we can still all enjoy our Christmas Service. Thank you to all of our Continue reading …

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The Seasons of Advent

In the Catholic Church, Advent is a period of preparation extending over the four Sundays before Christmas. The word Advent comes from the Latin advenio, “to come to,” and refers to the coming of Christ. And the term the coming includes three references: first of Continue reading …

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Thank you all our students…

We at St Thomas More would like to say thank you to all our students in Years 7 – 13 and recognise all you are doing to help those in your local community needing your help at this time. We are so very proud of Continue reading …

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Today we celebrate Easter Sunday

Today is Easter Sunday, Easter is the most important day of the Christian liturgical calendar.  If Christ did not rise from the dead, then all would be in vain.  Easter is the day we commemorate that occasion.  Click the link below for more information:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HL8R158Ujp4 ‘He Continue reading …

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Today we celebrate Holy Saturday

Today is Holy Saturday, this is the day between Good Friday and Easter Sunday in the Catholic Liturgical Calendar.  The day celebrates the vigil that Christ’s followers held for him outside of his tomb, waiting for his resurrection.  Fasting is not required, and the only Continue reading …

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