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Pope Francis: Education goes beyond academic instruction

Pope Francis welcomed members of the board of trustees and other leaders from the Augustinian-sponsored Merrimack College in North Andover, Massachusetts, to the Vatican 10 May, to discuss the importance of an education that helps young people contribute to the community.

Prayer shouldn’t be our best-kept secret

One of my former students converted to Islam because he found that the regularity of Muslim prayer gave him inner peace and a sense of purpose. Far too many ex-Catholics abandon the faith without ever having encountered the depths of our own prayer tradition, writes Anthony Cleary

Fifteen years of faith-filled service

A global search will commence for a new Executive Director for Sydney Catholic Schools following the decision of Mr Tony Farley not to continue in the role at the end of his five-year term.

Elders and youngsters join forces to learn

Young and old are bridging the generational gap with joy, laughter and important lessons as they come together each week at St Aloysius.

‘Words can’t express the sorrow’ as special needs school St Lucy’s...

“My thoughts and prayers are with the family for the loss of their child and the community of St Lucy’s who mourn the loss of a student and friend," Bishop Anthony Randazzo said.

Catholic schools for future saints

What do you desire? This question is asked of each Dominican when we receive the habit of the order.

Philippa Martyr: How could you measure schools’ impact on faith?

Catholic schools in Australia have been flourishing for decades. Since state aid put the system on an equal footing with non-Catholic schools, they’ve never looked back.

Archbishop’s Awards 2023

Archbishop's Awards 2023 The Archbishop's Awards acknowledge the commitment to faith, academic life, community and social justice of one student from each of the 50...

Sr Cecilia Joseph OP: What can teachers learn from St Dominic?

We must, as Dominic did, intentionally form students, staff, and parents in all that is true, good, and beautiful.

Sr Elizabeth awarded for education

Sr Elizabeth Dodds RSC has been recognised for her exceptional contribution to Catholic education, receiving the Brother Kelvin Canavan Catholic School Leadership Award on at the Catholic Schools NSW education law symposium on 6 July.

Catholic Schools educate leaders, minister says

Kids from South-West Sydney can achieve anything, and can grow up to become prime minister, children at St Felix Catholic Primary School in Bankstown heard from Education Minister Jason Clare on 27 June.

Sr Cecilia Joseph: Do I love Jesus, or just work for...

For our schools to be truly Catholic, our staff must live, believe, and give witness to the heart of the mission: Jesus Christ
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