As a Catholic school, we at Robert F. Hall believe that our FAITH is the foundation of everything we do!
We strive to create a community founded on prayer, sacrament, inclusivity, justice, and generosity.
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“A better world can be built also as a result of your efforts, your desire to change and your generosity. Do not be afraid to listen to the Spirit who proposes bold choices; do not delay when your conscience asks you to take risks in following the Master. The Church also wishes to listen to your voice, your sensitivities and your faith; even your doubts and your criticism. Make your voice heard, let it resonate in communities and let it be heard by your shepherds of souls.” (Letter of Pope Francis to Young People, 2017)
Retreats are designed to have students step away from the classroom to spend time building community, reflecting on their faith, and thinking about the future! Gr. 9, 10, and 12 Retreats combine engaging activities with time for prayer and are facilitated by presenters who specialize in youth ministry. Our Grade 11 Retreat allows students to tour major worship sites belonging to the Muslim, Sikh, and Hindu faiths.
Social Justice and Outreach
Chaplaincy supports many organizations in our local community and beyond including the St. Vincent de Paul Society, The Orangeville Food Bank, Good Shepherd Ministries, Choices Youth Shelter, Development and Peace, ShareLife, and The Terry Fox Foundation.
Liturgy and Prayer
Chaplaincy organizes all major liturgical celebrations for the school community in collaboration with St. John Albion Church, under the care of Rev. Fr. Robert Glynn.