1. firm belief in the reliability, truth, or ability of someone or something.
"relations have to be built on trust"
WHAT DOES TRUST MEAN TO...
Trust took many different forms in Cornelia's life. She placed her trust in God and in her vision for education. Despite having her trust tested and betrayed many times throughout her life, Cornelia's trust in God, helped her to maintain her dignity and humility.
A MEMBER OF CORNELIA HOUSE
"Trust is really important in a school environment and in HCK we're really lucky to have a great level of trust between students and teachers. We know that there is a great support system behind us in everything we do, and that we can trust the school community will help us in every way they can."
A HOLY CHILD SCHOOL
The trust Cornelia placed in her students, to embrace her style of teaching and reach their full potential, is a deep rooted trust that has remained an empirical aspect in the functioning of all Holy Child schools throughout the world. The strong sense of trust between students and teachers is also a key feature in a Holy Child school.
A MEMBER OF THE SHCJ
Trust in God is the foundation of the Society of the Holy Child Jesus. Sisters of the SHCJ place their trust in God to guide them through their many different ministeries and aid them in serving those most in need and those in their own community.