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St Therese Mascot: Celebrating 80 years

NEW HISTORY PICTURE BOOK DISCOVERING OUR PAST TELLS THE STORY OF ST THERESE CATHOLIC PRIMARY SCHOOL MASCOT IN ITS 80TH YEAR. Historical records show the blessing of the infants’...

Students shine at ArtExpress

Nine students from Sydney Catholic Schools (SCS) have been chosen from 9,000 entries to have their works displayed in the annual ArtExpress HSC showcase...

Governor goes back to school

There was excitement in the air when NSW Governor Margaret Beazley visited Holy Spirit Catholic Primary School at Carnes Hill. We could all feel the...

Archbishop celebrates Mass with bicentennial beginner teachers

  Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP welcomed hundreds of new teachers to the Sydney Catholic Schools family with a New Teachers Mass last week. The Archbishop celebrated...

New Family Educators welcomed at Sydney Catholic Schools

The Sydney Catholic Schools Family Educator team welcomed 16 new members to the SCS family. Sydney Catholic Schools Educator Officer: Church Engagement, Bernadette Bridle said...

Bringing next-level Catholic education to Pagewood – Matraville

Education in the eastern suburbs is about to change with the reimagining of three Catholic schools into state-of-the-art, innovative centres for contemporary learning. Sydney Catholic...

“Villalicious” Easy Christmas recipes

Looking for some family cooking fun these holidays? A new cookbook, released by Villa Maria Catholic Primary School in Hunters Hill, has you covered. Titled Villalicious, the cookbook is...

Prayer, Symbol and Song

Sydney Catholic Schools celebrate the advent season and prepare for Christmas with a virtual Carols Night involving 12 Archdiocesan schools. Christmas may look a bit...

iLight 2020: Jesse Tree Advent family devotional

Looking for a meaningful way to celebrate Advent with your family? Creating and decorating a Jesse Tree is the perfect excuse to come together...

‘Like magic, I was getting A’s and B’s in maths’

Does your child struggle to reach their full potential in class? The Arrowsmith program may be the answer. Year 6 student Amelie Kovse always struggled...
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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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