Celebrating God’s Enduring Presence (OECTA)
Celebrating God’s Enduring Presence in the Seasons of Our Lives provides a theological framework for facilitating staff retreats. This manual, developed by the PD Steering Committee, is intended to help staff deepen their spiritual connection and become enlivened witnesses of faith.
Bible: The New American Bible
The version of the Bible recommended for use in the United States for masse.
Bible: Today's English Version
A version of the Bible written at a Grade Five reading level, making it easier to understand but not always precise in its translation.
CARFLEO, Catholic Association of Religion and Family Life Educators of Ontario
CARFLEO is the Catholic Association of Religious and Family Life Educators of Ontario. The provincially recognized subject association for Religious Education and Family Life Education. The website contains helpful information, resources and supports for teachers.
Catechism of the Catholic Church (Vatican)
A compilation of the official teachings of the Catholic Church written in the 1990’s.
Catholic Curriculum Corporation
The Catholic Curriculum Corporation mission is to build and sustain the Catholic capacity of educators through the development and provision of high quality Catholic curriculum, resources support and professional development. The website contains teacher developed faith based resources across multiple subject, content areas and grades from Kindergarten to grade 12.g and sustaining the Catholic capacity of Catholic curriculum, resources, support and professional development.
Catholic Education Week Kits (Ontario Catholic School Trustees Association)
Every year, the first week of May is recognized as Catholic Education Week. These resources contain prayers, lessons, and faith development activities to celebrate the week.
Compendium of the Catechism of the Catholic Church (Vatican)
A summary of the Catechism of the Catholic Church in more accessible language. A print version of the Catechism for youth was published under the title Youcat.
Compendium of the Social Doctrine of the Church (Vatican)
A summary of key teachings of the Roman Catholic Church on different aspects of its social teachingss.
Curriculum Supports for Catholic Schools (EOCCC)
Three sets of entry points (Ontario Catholic School Graduate Expectations, Catholic themes, and anchor concepts) are described to show how all curriculum can be integrated with the Catholic worldview.
Development and Peace
A membership led organization supported by parish collections, individual donations and government grants, principally from the Canadian International Development Agency. It provides documentaries and other support material for Catholic educators on social justice issues.
Eastern Ontario Catholic Curriculum Cooperative (EOCCC)
EOCCC provides Eastern Ontario Catholic Schools with well-developed Catholic curriculum documents and support materials that meet Ministry of Education requirements, while reflecting the beliefs and values of the Catholic faith community.
Educating the Soul (ICE)
A document from 1998 that explains the context for creating and teaching Catholic curriculum in Ontario.
General Directory for Catechesis (Vatican)
The GDC presents the methodology of the whole teaching mission of the Church. It is the basis of faith formation from cradle to grave. Sections 85-86 explain the six tasks of catechesis, which provide the strands for the Elementary Religious Education Curriculum.
Gifts of Love (CCC)
A Collection of prayer services that can be used in classrooms. They are organized by the academic year.
Growing in Faith, Growing in Christ Web Portals
This is a website link for the Growing in Faith, Growing in Christ Religion program for the primary grades. It provides videos, songs, and interactive activities to accompany the program.
Institute for Catholic Education (ICE)
ICE coordinates the work of Catholic associations and organizations in writing Catholic curriculum within the parameters established by the Ministry of Education.
Laudato si’ – Care for our Common Home
Laudato si' is the second encyclical of Pope Francis. The encyclical has the subtitle "on care for our common home". In it, the Pope critiques consumerism and irresponsible development, laments environmental degradation and global warming, and calls all people of the world to take "swift and unified global action."
This poster was created to illustrate the main themes/messages of the encyclical.
Living Our Catholic Faith in School (OECTA)
This PD Steering Committee project is intended to invite discussion of how our Catholic faith is lived out in our schools, and to provide curriculum links to support this discussion. The intention is to support and celebrate the transformative power of Catholic education that is active and alive in our classrooms and schools.
NEW CCC - YouTube Channel
Ontario Catholic School Graduate Expectations
There are fifty-two expectations of Catholic graduates grouped into seven areas. These inform all Catholic curricula and extra-curricular activities in both elementary and secondary schools.
Ontario Catholic Elementary Curriculum Policy Document, Grades 1 – 8
This document provides guidance for religious education in Catholic schools for the development of religious knowledge, understanding, and the skills necessary for lifelong learning and spiritual development.
Our Language, Our Story
This resource was developed by Catholic educators in Eastern Ontario. It is a response to the call for character development in Ontario’s publicly funded elementary and secondary schools.
Stewards of the Gift
Stewards of the Gift, written for the Grade 10 Civics course, is about and for Ontario Catholic schools. Taking up the story of how Ontario Catholic citizens struggled for over 170 years to maintain recognition of their constitutional rights to operate and control their own schools.
Today's Liturgical Readings
Mass readings for the Canadian Catholic Church.
Writing Catholic Curriculum
This resource is intended to assist writers who will be working on writing projects/units. It provides a framework for writers to plan and review the work of infusing the Catholic worldview into the content of their writing, as well as providing background information, resources, and reflective readings.