Gravity lost in funding debate when apples ain’t apples

24 Apr 2017

Young Isaac Newton was sitting in his garden when an apple fell on his head. Instead of cursing the instrument of some distress, he had a flash of inspiration which led to him developing his theory of gravity. The rest,

Returning for Term 2

24 Apr 2017

I hope that your Easter celebrations were full of joy. As Christians we celebrate our belief that, beyond all expectations, God raised Jesus from the dead. Love and life have triumphed over evil and death. While we are bombarded in

St Patrick's Day celebrations

27 Mar 2017

What a wonderful celebration of Catholic education we had for Catholic Education Week, with the Visual Arts Exhibition during the week and all the events on St Patrick’s Day, especially the Mass of St Patrick for

Catholic Education Week

16 Mar 2017

It is Catholic Education Week. It is a week like no other, a chance to celebrate and commemorate more than a 150 years of service to the Victorian community by Catholic schools. Over 3,000 students will descend on the city

The meaning of Lent

6 Mar 2017

We are well into Term 1, and last week, with Ash Wednesday, we began Lent. Easter chocolate bunnies, bilbies and eggs have been in the shops for weeks, as have hot cross buns. It’s a reminder of how disconnected these

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