Notre Dame Students Engage in Silver Award in Faith in Action 

In the heart of Notre Dame, the spirit of service and faith thrives among its students, as evidenced by three remarkable individuals who have embarked on the Silver Award in Faith in Action. These students recently met at the Immaculate Conception Church in Herringthorpe for their second meeting, marking a significant step in their journey towards deeper spiritual engagement and growth.

As students from the Hallam Diocese gathered at the Immaculate Conception Church, their shared mission came to life through a series of activities designed to foster teamwork, reflection, and spiritual enrichment.

Central to their meeting was the exploration of scripture, a cornerstone of their faith journey. Guided by Sue McDonald, the youth Director and Julia Fitzgerald the youth Manager, St Vincent De Paul, the students delved into a passage, unpacking its meaning and relevance to their lives. This reflective session provided them with insights and inspiration, deepening their understanding of scripture and its practical application in everyday life.

Amidst their discussions and activities, the students paused for a short prayer liturgy, a sacred moment of reflection. Gathered in reverence, they offered prayers of gratitude, petition, and solidarity, uniting their hearts and intentions in a shared spiritual experience.
Looking ahead, these students are confident in continuing their journey with unwavering dedication and zeal. As they navigate the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead, they carry with them the lessons learned and the bonds forged during their time at Immaculate Conception Church. With each step they take, they embody the spirit of Notre Dame, serving as beacons of faith, hope, and love in a world in need of their light.

The participation of these three Notre Dame students in the Silver Award in Faith in Action allows them to sow the seeds of positive change in our school community. As they continue on their journey, may they inspire others to embrace faith in action and join them in building a more compassionate and just world.