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Lessons for the future

This is the first edition of Connect since I commenced in the role of Executive Director of Sydney Catholic Schools (SCS) last month. I...

A lasting legacy for a short life

With a “classroom of 70,000 students” and 10 years’ as the Executive Director of Sydney Catholic Schools, Dr Dan White has much to be...

A fond farewell for Dr Dan

Dr Dan White was greeted by a colourful guard of honour filling the entire forecourt of St Mary’s Cathedral as he arrived for his...

Art at the heart of Clancy Award

Check out the gallery of all the entries submitted for the 2019 Clancy Awards at the bottom of the article. A life-changing pilgrimage to WYD2019...

Sophia’s on top of the world

Nine year-old Sophia Rout has sky-high aspirations. The Year 4 student from Fr John Therry Primary School Balmain/Rozelle has become the youngest person in the...

Schools head: Support anti-bullying tomorrow

Catholic Schools NSW chief executive officer Dallas McInerney has discouraged students from attending public protests today and asked them to instead support the National...

New schools boss Tony Farley tells teachers exciting changes await

By Marilyn Rodrigues and Catherine Sheehan Catholic school teachers are well placed to change and adapt their schools in “uncertain times” says the new head of...
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Students farewell principal Br Nicholas

After 11 years of serving thousands of families in Fairfield including hundreds of refugees and migrants Br Nicholas Harsas is saying goodbye.

Students’ awards for hearts and arts

November was a big month for Sydney Catholic Schools with primary school students from across the city honoured for participation in annual The Christmas...

Tomorrow’s leaders make big plans

For Kayley Melham, Year 11 student at Clancy Catholic College West Hoxton, leadership comes naturally. The talented dancer, netball player and Catholic Life Leader for...
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A prophetic voice for the needy

Much of the work done by Catholic welfare, health and aged care providers for the most disadvantaged is done behind the scenes.
professor Margaret Somerville told The Catholic Weekly that she agrees many people will conscientiously object to a vaccination linked to an electively aborted human foetus.

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