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New Principal for New School

Taking over a school community is an exciting prospect for any new principal, but establishing one from scratch is an incredibly rare opportunity. Bernard Ryan...

HSC success in face of adversity

Overcoming obstacles difficult to imagine, James Tirado  turned a challenging HSC year into a triumph – and is now on track for Paralympic glory. James...

Solar Car Challenge: Students ready to race

Mary MacKillop Catholic College Wakeley students embraced a stellar opportunity to build their mentoring and problem-solving skills in a multi-school Solar Car Challenge. As part of...

Changing How Maths Is Taught

A celebration of teachers and leaders seizing the opportunity of a lifetime: writes Sydney Catholic Schools' Dr. Christine Mae This story is a celebration of...

Sydney Catholic Schools Alumna Courts International Success

Sydney Catholic Schools (SCS) alumna Kiera Austin is soaring to lofty heights after coming through the system’s representative sports pathway program. Former Holy Spirit Catholic Primary...

Cross Country: Mud, grit and determination

Over 2500 students navigated a mud-slicked course at Sydney Catholic Schools’ first large-scale Cross Country, their eyes firmly on the prize – a berth...

Best career working with animals

If you are an animal lover with a penchant for teaching, Georgia Cairns has one of the most enviable jobs in the world. For the...

The 10:10 Project: A safe space to talk about life and...

The 10:10 Project is a new program designed to give Year 10 Catholic students a forum to talk freely about society and life in an...

The Church is a home for all says Archbishop

Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP told students that the Catholic church wants everyone, and is a "home for all" at annual student leaders luncheon. “The church...

Support for Indigenous students

Meet the Sydney Catholic Schools (SCS) alumna making a difference in Aboriginal students’ lives. Jane Bridges, SCS’ Wellbeing Specialist: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students,...
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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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