Understanding Faith is the only comprehensive online religious education resource of its type. We bring learning into the 21st century with our online multimedia religious education teaching and learning resource for Primary and Secondary schools in Australia.Continue reading →
As a small gift to you, we have created an interactive Advent Calendar that you can share with your class.
We wish you, your staff and students a Merry Christmas and Happy 2021. From all of the Team at Understanding Faith.Continue reading →
Pope John Paul became pope in 1978. He was the first non-Italian pope in over 400 years.
September 5th is the International Day of Charity. This day was established to highlight the need to help others through volunteer and philanthropic activities. The day was chosen to commemorate the passing of Mother Theresa of Calcutta, who was awarded the Noble Peace Prize in 1979 for her work in overcoming poverty and distress.
A recent addition to the secondary curriculum is the Studies in Catholic Thought syllabus.
Mary Magdalene is a well known biblical figure. Most people would say she was a friend of Jesus. Yet, she is only mentioned in the scriptures fourteen times and her reputation is often unwarranted.
The Vinnies CEO Sleepout will happen on the 18th June. It is in its fifteenth year, but this year will face the challenge of Covid-19.
Mother’s day for mothers around the world looked a little (or a lot) different this year. No big family gatherings, no travelling and no public celebrations.
So what did you do to celebrate Mother’s Day?
In Islamic culture, Ramadan is the most sacred month of the year. Muslims observe the month of Ramadan to mark that Allah gave the first chapters of the Quran to Mohammad.
The Understanding Faith resource has titles for both primary and secondary education.