Speaking at the Catholic Education Western Australia Commissioning and Acknowledgement of System Leaders Mass, Friday 17 November, at the Chapel of St Michael the Archangel, Leederville, Archbishop Costelloe emphasised to the teachers and principals present, the need to be faithful to the high ideals of our Christian faith.
Catholic Education Western Australia Ltd Executive Director, Dr Debra Sayce has this week been appointed to the role of Head of Mission Enhancement for the Archdiocese of Perth, while current Deputy Executive Director Wayne Bull will become the new Executive Director of CEWA Ltd for 2024.
New John XXIII College Principal Daniel Mahon commitment to Catholic education is unwavering, and he has a deep affinity for Ignatian spirituality, which echoes the school’s faith focus on bringing each student to an awareness of God’s presence in all things.
Addressing guests in her welcome message, CSPWA Executive Director, Siobhan Allen, recognised the dedication of parents who make the choice to send their children to a Catholic school, “then contribute to making that school the best it can be.”
As part of Archbishop Costelloe’s 2023 LifeLink Day for Primary Schools initiative, students were invited to create a collage that visually expressed their learning and educational experience resulting from LifeLink Day.
The event showcased the sustained partnership between UNDA and CEWA while delving into the pivotal role of formation in Catholic education.
Perth Archbishop Timothy Costelloe SDB has reminded some 200 delegates from Perth and Bunbury who are travelling to World Youth in Portugal, not to fall into the trap of creating the Jesus that suits us.
Mercy College’s recent production of Legally Blonde not only entertained but also inspired viewers with themes of self-belief, resilience, and breaking stereotypes, it also raised money for LifeLink.
The Catholic Library of Western Australia was originally established as the WACE (Western Australian Catholic Educators) Resource Centre in Nedlands in 1973.
The launch of Project Compassion 2023 saw more than 200 Masses held across the country with a Caritas Australia Representative speaking about Project Compassion.
In Perth, more than 2,000 students heard from Caritas Australia’s CEO, Kristy Robertson, who shared her first-hand experiences working with Project Compassion at an event co-hosted by Servite College and St Kieran’s Catholic Primary School.