To pray is to respond to the wonder and mystery of life. In the Christian tradition prayer fosters a personal and living relationship with God as Trinity - Father, Son and Holy Spirit.
Worship of God is described as private when it occurs anywhere and at anytime. Liturgy is public worship centred on Christ. Worship can be expressed through bodily gestures or postures, in rites and ceremonies through the incorporation of dance, drama, media, music and visual arts. These can all have powerful potential to enhance the quality of prayer and worship experiences.
Prayer and worship in a Catholic school help create a sense of purpose and identity within the community. They draw the community into an understanding of our shared humanity, link us with the Church throughout the world and send us out to share our Good News.
Three elements of Prayer and Worship are:
At St Pius School ethos and charism are expressed in the following ways: