‘The credibility of the Christian message would be much greater if Christians could overcome their divisions and the Church could realize “the fullness of catholicity proper to her in those of her children who, though joined to her by baptism, are yet separated from full communion with her”. We must never forget that we are pilgrims journeying alongside one another.’

Evangelii Gaudium N. 244

Though all religions seek to understand and make sense of the world and humankind’s place in it, they each have a distinct set of beliefs and practices that help their believers to do so. The Religious Education curriculum allows students to explore the emergence of diverse expressions that exist within Christianity and the beliefs and practices of other faith traditions. Students are encouraged to develop an appreciation of the importance of ecumenical and interfaith dialogue as ways for religious believers to work together in promoting understanding and acceptance.