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St Joseph's Catholic

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Inspired by the life of St Joseph, we live, love and learn together

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Our current RE theme in all classes is...Pentecost


Allie and Mollie's great-Grandad was a poet and musician, he wrote music for the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and songs for The London Emmanuel Choir.  He also worked very closely with his local Church in Dagenham, playing the music for every Sunday Mass.  In 1975 he had a poetry book published.  Here is a poem from the book, which is very fitting with our learning at home...




The sky was grey and stormy

Angry! mighty winds did blow

As Jesus went to Calvary

On a Friday, long ago.


There, they stripped him of garments

On a cross, they hung him high

Even then, he looked to heaven

And forgave them, though soon he was to die.


But clouds gave way to sunshine

In three days, he rose from the dead

And in glory ascended to heaven

What tears of joy were shed.


Many hearts were filled with gladness

From the mountains to the sea

Far across the heights of Carmel

To the shores of Galilee

Our Blessed Heroes - Mindfulness colouring pages

Prayer for those affected by Coronavirus


God our Father, we pray for those who are suffering, for those who are grieving, for those who are anxious, and for those who are working tirelessly to care for the sick. God our Father, your Son Jesus Christ came into our world to heal us of all division and bring us life in abundance. By the power of your Spirit help us strive together as one family of many nations to help those in greatest need during this crisis. We ask this in the name of Jesus our Risen Lord. Amen.

Please find below some guided Collective Worship sessions that can be done at home as we prepare for Easter.