The Department of Religion provides students with elements to continue shaping their own moral conscience, basing their faith on God’s revelation throughout history and on the teachings of the Magisterium of the Catholic Church, thus preparing them to experience Marianist Christian values. In addition, it contributes to the students’ strife to live in consistency with the principles of their religious faith, living and promoting the missionary vocation of the Church in their environment. This implies not only being in permanent mission, but also being committed to the transformation of society towards the construction of the Kingdom of God.
A distinctive feature of Marianist education is the formation in faith. We educate our students to be witnesses and disciples of Jesus, like Mary, always in permanent mission-sowing, cultivating, and strengthening the Christian spirit, discovering in it all their human potential of an inner life, and developing spiritual abilities through spaces and experiences of God in the context of life in the Christian community.
We offer a Human-Christian education focused on the human person. Given that we show the message of Jesus incarnate in the lives of our students, it becomes necessary to actually experience Christian and Marianist values-faith, love, justice and peace-from the Religion curriculum developed at our school, towards the construction of the Kingdom of God.