Catholicity & Parish News

​​Catholic education serves to support the healthy development of children and youth in a caring, Christ-centred learning environment. The London District Catholic School Board is rooted in Catholic education to embrace equity of outcomes for all students and grow to understand God’s loving embrace in the spirit of Jesus Christ. The mission of the London District Catholic School Board is:

To serve the Catholic student 
in a community that nurtures a living faith 
and provides a quality Catholic education 
that enables the individual 
to become a contributing member 
of the Church and Society.

At the heart of Catholic Education is the understanding of the importance of a curriculum that emphasizes both faith and reason. We see how faith and reason are at the heart of all we do and how they are articulated in the Ontario Catholic Graduate Expectations. Pope John Paul II points to this importance when he says,

​“Faith and reason are like two wings on which the human spirit rises to the contemplation of truth; and God has placed in the human heart a desire to know the truth—in a word, to know himself—so that, by knowing and loving God, men and women may also come to the fullness of truth about themselves 
(Fides et Ratio, 1998).

Catholic schools are concerned with all student learning, about connecting faith and life, and ensuring that faith “… permeates all the school, all of life, and all that is undertaken and lived in Catholic Education”
(Build Bethlehem Everywhere, p. 16). 

In doing so, the London District Catholic School Board proudly celebrates:

  • A commitment to embracing a Christ-centred, inclusive and caring community that is focused on the Gospels and teachings of Jesus Christ.
  • The sacredness of human life as a core belief in which all students understand and witness to the creative action of God.
  • Prayer and a vibrant sacramental life as central to the life of our schools.
  • The Ontario Catholic Graduate Expectations as an integral focus of student learning and achievement.
  • Corporal and spiritual works of mercy and the social teachings of the Catholic Church (i.e. dignity of the human person, preferential option for the poor and vulnerable).

We pray that God will bless us with grace in our commitment to support the spiritual, academic and social development of children.​

Liturgical Celebrations

​​Our school is very fortunate to have a supportive, involved parish team from St. George Parish that supports the faith development of our students. Staff from the pastoral team visits our school on regular basis.  In addition, we celebrate mass on a monthly basis (either in our school gym, or at St. George Parish).

St. Theresa, The Little Flower

St. Theresa was born on January 2, 1873 in France. At the age of 15, she entered the Carmelite convent at Lisieux, France.  She lived each day with unshakable confidence in God's love. To quote St. Theresa, what matters in life is "not great deeds, but great love."

The inspiration of her life and her powerful presence from heaven touched so many people so quickly that she was canonized on May 17, 1925 by Pope Pius XI.  In 1997, St. Theresa was declared a Doctor of the church by Pope John Paul II.

The feast day for St. Theresa is October 1.

"St. Theresa, help me to always believe as you did, in God's great love for me, so that I might imitate your 'little way' each day."​

Parish Connection

Our school community is supported by the pastoral team at St. George Parish that is part of the Springbank Family of Parishes

1164 Commissioners Road West
London, Ontario N6K 1C7

24h Emergency line: 519-937-1596
Office Hours: M-F 8:30AM-4PM (closed for lunch)
Weekend Mass Times
Saturday: 5PM
Sunday: 7:30AM, 9AM, 11AM