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Holy Family Cathedral has a spectacular interior, with amazing stained glass windows, and a deep feeling of reverance. The modern high ceilings place a feeling of solidity and strength.

Beauty, technology and faith are combined in a unique solar stained glass installation in the new diocesan Holy Family Cathedral and Catholic Pastoral Centre in northeast Saskatoon.

thumb img_0041-school530 Rogers Road
Saskatoon, SK. S7N 3Z3
306 659-7201

Father Robinson School, putting Faith into Education serves Kindergarten to Grade 8 students located in the heart of the Erindale and Arbor Creek neighbourhoods.  Bussing is provided for students living in Arbor Creek.  If you are new to Saskatoon or relocating to the neighbourhood please call us at 659-7200 to arrange a visit and explore the excellent learning opportunities and extracurricular activities that are offered in our school. We offer exemplary high quality classroom instruction and assessment practices from K-Gr. 8 as well as providing a safe and caring environment. We strive to work in collaboration with parents and guardians to support and actualize student potential.  In addition, we offer Intensive French at Gr. 6 & Enhanced French at Gr. 7 & 8, Band Program for Gr. 6, 7 & 8, a wide range of extracurricular activities including Gardening Club, Volleyball, Basketball, Cross Country, Indoor Track, Floor Hockey, Art Club, Social Justice, and Yearbook.  Please visit the gscs.sk.ca website and visit the Father Robinson blog by clicking on Our Schools and choosing Father Robinson to learn more about our school activities.  

 

FATHER ROBINSON MISSION STATEMENT

            “The signs of the Spirit among us are love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control.” Adapted from Galatians 5:22-23

We, the Father Robinson School Community, securely rooted in the Gospel values of Christ, aspire to live according to God’s will.  With Jesus as our teacher and model we will:

  • Strive to develop a sense of Christian morality based on Gospel values which will serve as guiding principles for our lives.
  • Understand that life is a gift by showing respect for the property, safety and well being of ourselves and of each member of our school community.
  • Appreciate God’s gifts by doing our best to develop spiritually, morally, socially, physically and intellectually.
  • Nurture a safe, caring environment in which each person can feel emotionally and physically safe and valued.

Called by the Gospel and guided by the example of determination and courage of Father Robinson we look upon each day as a gift, an opportunity to learn and grow.  Our actions will be based on the faith, hope and love of Christ.

 

PROMISE STATEMENT

“Success for every student in a safe, caring, fun and faith-filled learning environment.”

Our History:

On August 4, 1989, the Catholic Board of Education approved the construction of a new school in the Erindale neighbourhood and on August 23 the school was officially named after Monsignor Robinson.

Construction began in the fall of 1989 and continued until its completion in August 1992.  Classes began on August 31, 1992 with 185 students.  Since that time the student population has flourished and serves 570 students.

The school was officially opened and blessed by Most Rev. Basil Filevich and Most Rev. James Mahoney on March 13, 1993.

Monsignor Robinson

The school is named in honour of Monsignor Robinson.  John Robinson was born in St. John, New Brunswick on June 24, 1916.  He was ordained to the priesthood for the Diocese of London, Ontario on May 30, 1942.  He came to Saskatoon with Bishop Pocock in 1944 and remained until his death on April 4, 1974.  As a parish priest, he served the people of St. Paul’s Cathedral, St. Michael, St. Philip and Holy Spirit Parishes.  He was named Vicar General in 1964 and a Domestic Prelate in 1965.  Monsignor Robinson was a good and strong leader in the Church, a special friend to priests and a person with a particular concern for young people.  Among the many things he is remembered for is his continued and active support of Catholic education.

Father Robinson School is dedicated to St. John the Baptist (the patron Saint of teachers).

 

Happy Little Hearts Preschool is a non-co-operative PRESCHOOL located at Father Robinson School.  For any questions or if you are interested in registering your 3 or 4 year old pre-school child for a wonderful learning experience please call 659-7207 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with your name and contact information.

 

ecole Cardinal Leger SchoolÉcole Cardinal Leger School is very proud to be connected to the Holy Family Parish community. We are a dual stream school providing instruction for 440 students in English and French Immersion. We serve many large and diverse areas of Saskatoon: Silverspring, Sutherland, Forest Grove, Erindale, Arbor Creek, Willowgrove, College Park, Greystone, Grosvenor Park, Briarwood, and Stonebridge.

At Cardinal Leger, our mission is to be a welcoming community that nurtures faith, encourages excellence in learning, and inspires service. We live the gospel virtues, with these goals in mind, every day! Our staff of 45 teachers, service and support staff strive to model the life of Christ, focus on current best practice for instruction and assessment, and provide opportunities for our students to serve and make a difference in the world. Our CSCC (parent council) are actively involved in our Learning Improvement Plan and have supported our partnerships with the Sherbrooke Centre and Kinyambu Primary School in Kenya. We are thankful for our many blessings and believe it is our responsibility to help those in need.

Our school provides students with many opportunities to celebrate their gifts and talents. These activities include choir, glee club, recycling and computer club, cross country, soccer, track, volleyball, and basketball. CSCC activities which support learning include our Book Club, Guest Reader program, and Battle of the Books. As well, we begin each day with a school wide gospel virtue reflection and student led prayer. At École Cardinal Leger School, we consider ourselves a family and we are grateful for the opportunity to be in the Holy Family Parish community!

Our school's website is www.gscs.sk.ca/leg/index.htm

Mother Teresa Stations of the CrossThe students, families and staff of Mother Teresa School share important ideals central to our development as a learning community.  Mother Teresa, our patron, exemplified these ideals. Her life was a celebration of faith in God and Jesus Christ. As a Catholic school, we look to her example of faith as an important source of inspiration. The servant leadership that she has demonstrated shows us how caring for others gives life to our faith. We serve when we learn, when we play, when we pray, and whenever we are together as a school community. Our school mission statement is based on actions and words of Mother Teresa: “We are all Pencil’s in God’s Hands”. Like Mother Teresa, we are the hearts, hands, and voices of God.

Mother Teresa School serves the Silverspring and Evergreen communities with a population of over 400 students from K – 8. We offer faith filled instruction with a dedicated, caring, and compassionate staff. Staff and students seek spiritual growth in many ways:  through prayer, scripture study, liturgical celebrations, retreats and faith instruction.  We see and learn about God not only in religion class, but throughout every school day. We have a very strong partnership with our church. Andy and Jane Korvemaker, from the Cathedral of the Holy Family, make regular classroom visits and Father David leads us in school Masses.

At Mother Teresa School we work with parents to teach children how to build relationships based on a spirit of respect and concern for others. We strive to create a safe, positive, and respectful school environment with a sense of belonging for all. Students are taught to pursue academic excellence, based on their God-given talents.  At the same time, our staff members are dedicated to the successful development of the whole child.  We are committed to working with students and families to see all children reach their full potential. Intensive French and the Literacy Intervention Program are two examples of the innovative programming and academic support that we provide for our students.

 

We also have a multitude of other activities that make our school community such a great place. Every year our K-4 students participate in our Christmas Concert and our senior students perform an amazing dramatization of the Stations of the Cross. We also offer a full range of extra-curricular programming and many other exciting events such as Tiger Idol, a very popular school wide talent show. Our Catholic School Community Council is extremely supportive and they host several fundraisers and community building events including the Welcome Back Barbecue, the annual Family Bingo, and Movie Nights. Other initiatives such as Our Adopt-a-family Christmas Hamper program, Brazil Mission partnership, and the MS Read-a-thon are examples of how our school community is reaching out to transform the world.

Please go to blog.scs.sk.ca/motherteresa for more information.

Christmas Mass Times Holy Family Cathedral Saskatoon

Christmas Eve Masses:
4:30pm, 7:00pm & Midnight
Christmas Day Mass: 11:00am

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Mass Times

Sundays:
9:00am, 11:30am, & 6:30pm

 
Weekdays: as scheduled; typically Tuesday-Friday at 12:15pm, and Friday at 10am at Sherbrooke.
Please refer to the bulletin for this week's schedule.

Sacrament of Reconciliation:
Saturdays at 11:00am or by appointment.