The St Thérèse of Lisieux Catholic Multi Academy Trust is a multi-academy trust made up of 16 Catholic schools across Lincolnshire and Rutland, in the Diocese of Nottingham.
Bishop Patrick, Bishop of Nottingham was appointed tenth Bishop of Nottingham by Pope Francis on 14 May 2015, and was ordained to the episcopate by Cardinal Vincent Nichols in St Barnabas’ Cathedral, Nottingham on Friday 3 July 2015. He has taken as his motto 'Seek the Face of Christ'.
Our vision statement affirms our ambition and steadfast commitment, as part of the Catholic Church within the Diocese of Nottingham, to make the person of Jesus Christ known to all people within the St Thérèse of Lisieux Catholic Multi Academy Trust:
‘A communion of high achieving Catholic schools where every person meets Jesus and grows uniquely in God’s love’
This vision statement commits everyone associated with the St Thérèse of Lisieux Catholic Multi Academy Trust to ensuring that our children and young people not only learn about but also meet and experience the joy of the Gospel made evident through daily prayer, worship, celebration of the sacraments, in the study of a varied, appropriate and engaging curriculum, and in the love shown between the people who make up our school communities. With Christ as the cornerstone of our Catholic Multi Academy Trust, our schools are happy places in which children, staff and families alike are able to grow spiritually and personally and achieve academically.
The St Thérèse of Lisieux Catholic Multi Academy Trust welcomes and educates children from all backgrounds. If you are a parent and would like to discuss the possibility of educating your child in a Catholic school, please contact us.
God our Father,
let our individual paths converge as one, united in faith.
Help us to grow together in your love and care, and to follow the example of your Son, Jesus Christ, in our daily work and lives.
Filled with the grace of the Holy Spirit, and through the intercession of Saint Thérèse of Lisieux, instil in us the little ways of doing ordinary things through extraordinary love.
When stones of doubt are cast upon us in burden, like a little flower rekindle our faith as children of God, filling our hearts with hope and love.
Together, may we plant the seeds that one day will grow, knowing they hold future promise, enabling us to become all we are called to be.
We make this prayer through Christ our Lord.
Saint Thérèse of Lisieux: Pray for us.