Christian leadership in an integral part of the Chaplaincy role and the work of the Chaplain is best seen through the efforts of the social justice initiatives of the students at MMM.
CHRISTIAN SERVICE HOURS
To incorporate the meaningful experience of Christian service into the foundation of Religious Studies courses, each student is required to complete ten service hours and a written reflection of their service either within the school or the community
RELIGIOUS STUDIES 15: BELONGING
The course Belonging is intended to help students understand what it means to be “fully alive” by exploring the importance of belonging through a sociological perspective of Catholic religious studies and the meaning of faith within their lives.
RELIGIOUS STUDIES 25: BELIEVING
The program addresses real life issues in terms of personal beliefs and their effect on the decisions and directions adolescents and adults make in their lives. Students use knowledge gained in Religious Studies 25 to foster a meaningful understanding of the history and foundations of the Catholic faith.
RELIGIOUS STUDIES 35: RELATING
Participants in the program are encouraged to explore the human search for meaning using the resources of personal inquiry and significant spiritual traditions. Students are asked to explore how their relationship to the world around them is often shaped by television, peers, music, etc. and continue to search for ways which will bring them into closer relationship with the self, others & God.
WORLD RELIGIONS 30
This course provides students insight into global communities and how religion has impacted the world,currently and throughout history. Students studythe fundamental principles of world religions from a Catholic perspective.
"Our Chapel is a welcoming and happy place. Each week we can participate in Flex and talk about all of the great things in life. It gives us a chance to grow in our relationship with God and understand that we are all loved and accepted."
Haley Roberts (Grade 10)