We're into yet another week of lock down and people are still looking out for each other. See how one of our year 10 students is a witness to her faith.
Stay well and God Bless, Mr Agius
The chaplains at Christ the King are continuing their mission of spreading God's word and leading prayer during this challenging time.
Last week, many chaplains collaboratively sent in parts of a prayer to create a prayer for those closest to them. We hope that God will hear our prayers and
Hello all, it's yet another message from the chaplain. I'm indoors this time as it was too chilly, and windy, to be outside.
Take care and God Bless,
This term we are focusing on how we can be Missionary Disciples, especially in a time when we are not seeing each other as often as we would like.
Please get involved by doing the action each week yourself and sending a photo or a video (which can be used
Happy Monday everyone. All the staff at school hope you are staying well and safe. Here is the next message from the chaplain.
God bless. Mr Agius
Jesus calms the storm - Jesuit Imaginative Contemplation
Students from the chaplaincy team at St Joseph's in Leicester lead the school in a creative and colourful project to make their own cross our of lollipop sticks.
The plan was for the cross to be displayed during the schools Easter assembly, but obviously that couldn't happen due to the