Year of Faith 2012 - 2013

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Archbishop Sean Brady officially launches the Catholic Education Website at St. Mary's University College, Belfast.

Archbishop Seán Brady, at the launch in St. Mary's University College, of the website for Catholic Education. 


Archbishop Sean Brady and Bishop Donal McKeown at the launch of the website

During his address, Archbishop Brady states:

-  Reconciliation, love of neighbour, respect for difference: these values are intrinsic to Catholic education;
- Catholic education brings together the three most important and formative influences in the life of any child: the home, the parish and the school;
-  the school curriculum can, and should, offer technical and professional training for future employment but we believe it cannot, and should not, be shaped solely by the needs of the consumer economy … it should serve society by forming human individuals who, in turn, will change society for the better.
-   I appeal today to all parents to ensure that their children are taught to respect the role of the teachers in their school.

To read the full content of Archbishop Brady's speech click here


Archbishop Sean Brady is given a demonstration of the website from pupils representing St.Rose's and St.Dominic's High Schools, Belfast.  


Education Minister, Caitriona Ruana and Archbishop Sean Brady surf the website with the assistance of the Head Girl from St. Dominic's High School, Belfast. 


Mr Peter Quinn (Guest Speaker at the launch event) along with the Education Minister and Archbishop Brady are given a tour through the many features of the website by pupils from Corpus Christi College and St. Rose's High School, Belfast.


CGCE members together with Archbishop Sean Brady and Mr Peter Quinn. The website was created, designed and developed by the CGCE.(Consultative Group for Catholic Education)




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